Our Relationship with Food: An Interview with Virginia Sole-Smith


It takes courage to eat these days. We worry about the quality of our food, the preservatives in it, whether we should be following a vegan diet or a Paleo one…. There is pressure to look young and thin and as parents – we have all kinds of emotional baggage centering around how well our kid(s) eat and what they are eating.

Virginia Sole-Smith in her book The Eating Instinct, takes us on an exploration on how we learn to eat in what she calls today’s “toxic food culture”.

We had a great conversation.

I invite you to listen to the show on iTunes, IHeart Radio, Spotify, Spreaker, or any other outlet that you use.

Thanks Virginia!

AuthorDebbie DiPietro

I am passionate about personal development, books, yoga, travel, cats, my husband, the outdoors, and drinking wine (not necessarily in that order)ā€. Debbie DiPietro is on a mission: to help women choose courage! She believes that when we live from our hearts by choosing courage, the life of our dreams and a better world for all are possible! For many years Debbie suffered from anxiety and self doubt. She wrote about these issues which caused many years of insomnia in her award winning blog, The Warm Milk Journal. Debbie is a contributing writer for Success.com and author of Short Morning Prayers: A Collection of Heartfelt Prayers to Start Your Day. When she is not at work, she enjoys walking on the beach, drinking a glass of red wine on her back patio, and dreaming up her next adventure! She invites you to choose courage and live confidently and joyfully.

2 replies to Our Relationship with Food: An Interview with Virginia Sole-Smith

  1. Hey,

    I’m new here but I enjoyed a lot the conversation, thank you for the time and effort, I really appreciate it! šŸ™‚



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