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Irreverent, funny and challenging. This is the show for you if you are sick of being on the treadmill of binge eating and sugar addiction and none of the self-proclaimed gurus out there can help. The Eating Coach Harriet Morris brings you Stupid Idea of The Week (walking treadmill or baby food diet, anyone?) as well as real-life workable ideas from her own experience dismantling compulsive eating and sugar addiction, as well as psychology and neuroscience.

The Eating Coach Harriet Morris, Eating Psychology Coach

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 31 Ratings

Irreverent, funny and challenging. This is the show for you if you are sick of being on the treadmill of binge eating and sugar addiction and none of the self-proclaimed gurus out there can help. The Eating Coach Harriet Morris brings you Stupid Idea of The Week (walking treadmill or baby food diet, anyone?) as well as real-life workable ideas from her own experience dismantling compulsive eating and sugar addiction, as well as psychology and neuroscience.

    Why Is Bread So Addictive?

    Why Is Bread So Addictive?

    Have you ever heard anyone ever say "No, thanks, I don't actually like bread"...? Nope, me neither. Taking a tour of not only the Sugar Rollercoaster, but the Neolithic age, The Roman Empire and The Hunger Games, let's take a peek at the fascinating and surprisingly shocking hold bread has on the human race.

    • 25 min
    The TionQues

    The TionQues

    Possibly the worst titled episode in the history of this podcast. It makes you feel out of sorts just looking at it, doesn’t it?

    …and that’s the point.

    A TionQues is a question that is all wrong, just like the way I have spellt that very word here.

    When you do something that causes you pain, like bingeing, the questions you ask yourself about it are absolutely key for the quality of solutions that you tap into.

    • 18 min
    Beautiful Disaster with Jamie Vine

    Beautiful Disaster with Jamie Vine

    Today I bring you an interview with Jamie Vine from Beautiful Disaster, a multi-million dollar clothing brand the like of which you’ve never seen. Their lines are not only size inclusive, but they have empowered slogans I absolutely love like Perfectly Imperfect.

    • 29 min
    Food Lies We Tell Ourselves

    Food Lies We Tell Ourselves

    What cover stories do we tell ourselves to legitimise a binge? More importantly, how is that binge a cover story for a deeper problem in your life? These can be uncomfortable, yet incredibly liberating questions. Come with me and let’s find out the answer.

    • 25 min
    4 Ways To Eat Less Sugar This Easter

    4 Ways To Eat Less Sugar This Easter

    This is a partial replay (with added nutrients for the mind!) of the episode I put out this time last year. It is a mix of practical to dos and powerful reframes to get you to alienate yourself from those Easter eggs.

    • 12 min
    Shame Starvation Diet

    Shame Starvation Diet

    Welcome to The Shame Starvation Diet: The only regime in the world with no set meal plans,  but offers side effects like freedom from deprivation, feeling awesome at last AND reclaiming your life from food AND stupid toxic guilt!

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Aim at the moon ,

Actually helpful

It is a pleasure listening to some who 'gets it'. The struggle and frustration of changing your eating and your life. Really good advice and useful hints and stories. Thank you Harriet! <3

Xoxoxo4285 ,

Realistic and funny

I'm skeptical of health podcasts that can set unrealistic goals, but Harriet is realistic, practical, and funny. Not to mention her soothing voice! She makes me feel like I have actionable goals.

Anglopodcast Steff ,

Informative and Entertaining.

As a native of Los Angeles, I feel I'm constantly navigating a sea of annoying, bad, or all out dangerous health advice. Naturally, when I first heard Harriet present a "Stupid Idea of the Week," I trusted her immediatey. Her style is never superior or preachy or humorless -- she's someone I feel I could actually reach out to for guidance in my real life. Also, her episode on How to Survive Christmas is a must.

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