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BodCast Episode 146: Building a Healthy Brain with Kimberley Wilson

Original Strength Bodcast

In this episode, Tim talks with psychologist and author, Kimberley Wilson, about her new book Building a Healthy Brain. This is one of the best books I've read about brain health. And, it's applicable. You can build a healthy brain!    To learn more from Kimberly, check her out on Instagram @foodandpsych   Go to her website: https://www.kimberleywilson.co/healthy-brain-book AND, buy her book! You'll love it. https://www.amazon.com/How-Build-Healthy-Brain-Future-Proof/dp/B081P9Z3B7/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1CXIZV20CWUT8&keywords=how+to+build+a+healthy+brain&qid=1662650786&sprefix=how+to+build+a+healthy+%2Caps%2C96&sr=8-1--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/original-strength/support

32mins

9 Sep 2022

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#349 Kimberley Wilson: What PTs Need to Know About Mental Health

LTB Podcast

In today’s episode, Alex is standing in for Stuart as host. He speaks with Kimberley Wilson (@foodandpsych) about the intersection of physical and mental health. They highlight how there may not be a real difference between these two types of health, how this faux distinction came to be and its implications for personal trainers. Along the way, they cover body image, client communication, pseudoscience and the relationship between food and mood. If your clients ever say they want to “feel better”, then don’t miss this episode. Find Out More About Kimberley: Website: https://www.kimberleywilson.co/about Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodandpsych/?hl=en Find Out More About LTB: Website: https://liftthebar.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liftthebar/? 14-Day Free Trial: https://liftthebar.thrivecart.com/ltb-membership-49

51mins

5 Jul 2022

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Kimberley Wilson — Whole Body Mental Health

On Being with Krista Tippett

The British psychologist Kimberley Wilson works in the emergent field of whole body mental health, one of the most astonishing frontiers we are on as a species. Discoveries about the gut microbiome, for example, and the gut-brain axis; the fascinating vagus nerve and the power of the neurotransmitters we hear about in piecemeal ways in discussions around mental health. The phrase “mental health” itself makes less and less sense in light of the wild interactivity we can now see between what we’ve falsely compartmentalized as physical, emotional, mental, even spiritual. And so much of what we’re seeing brings us back to intelligence that has always been in the very words we use — “gut instinct,” for instance. It brings us back to something your grandmother was right about, for reasons she would never have imagined: you are what you eat. There is so much actionable knowledge in the tour of the ecosystem of our bodies that Kimberley Wilson takes us on this hour. This is science that invites us to nourish the brains we need, young and old, to live in this world. Kimberley Wilson has a private psychotherapy and nutrition practice in central London. She co-hosts the BBC Radio 4 podcast Made of Stronger Stuff and is the author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. She came to the attention of many as a finalist in an early season of The Great British Bake Off. She grew up, as she tells it, eating both the West Indian food of her family and over-processed modern British fare.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.And, this week, an invitation: As you may have heard, after twenty years (!), we are transitioning On Being from a weekly show to a seasonal podcast. We hope you’ll help us celebrate these first two decades, by sharing how you’ve made this adventure of conversation your own.Is there a guest, an idea, or a moment from an episode that has made a difference, that has stayed with you? We’ve made it easy (and fun) to record your reflection — and at the same time sign up to stay on top of what’s happening next: onbeing.org/staywithus. Krista will be offering some of her defining memories, too: in a special online event in June, on social media, and more. So — please and thank you — go to onbeing.org/staywithus.

50mins

19 May 2022

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[Unedited] Kimberley Wilson with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

The British psychologist Kimberley Wilson works in the emergent field of whole body mental health, one of the most astonishing frontiers we are on as a species. Discoveries about the gut microbiome, for example, and the gut-brain axis; the fascinating vagus nerve and the power of the neurotransmitters we hear about in piecemeal ways in discussions around mental health. The phrase “mental health” itself makes less and less sense in light of the wild interactivity we can now see between what we’ve falsely compartmentalized as physical, emotional, mental, even spiritual. And so much of what we’re seeing brings us back to intelligence that has always been in the very words we use — “gut instinct,” for instance. It brings us back to something your grandmother was right about, for reasons she would never have imagined: you are what you eat. There is so much actionable knowledge in the tour of the ecosystem of our bodies that Kimberley Wilson takes us on this hour. This is science that invites us to nourish the brains we need, young and old, to live in this world. Kimberley Wilson has a private psychotherapy and nutrition practice in central London. She co-hosts the BBC Radio 4 podcast Made of Stronger Stuff and is the author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. She came to the attention of many as a finalist in an early season of The Great British Bake Off. She grew up, as she tells it, eating both the West Indian food of her family and over-processed modern British fare.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Kimberley  Wilson — Whole Body Mental Health." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.And, this week, an invitation: As you may have heard, after twenty years (!), we are transitioning On Being from a weekly show to a seasonal podcast. We hope you’ll help us celebrate these first two decades, by sharing how you’ve made this adventure of conversation your own.Is there a guest, an idea, or a moment from an episode that has made a difference, that has stayed with you? We’ve made it easy (and fun) to record your reflection — and at the same time sign up to stay on top of what’s happening next: onbeing.org/staywithus. Krista will be offering some of her defining memories, too: in a special online event in June, on social media, and more. So — please and thank you — go to onbeing.org/staywithus.

1hr 37mins

19 May 2022

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Brain health with Kimberley Wilson 🧠

Eating for Health

As a huge fan of bake off, I’m really delighted to have Kimberley Wilson, Bake off finalist on to talk with me today. More importantly though, Kimberley is a Chartered Psychologist and author of How to Build a Healthy Brain working in private practice in central London. She is a Governor of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Mental Health Trust and led the therapy service at Holloway prison for a decade, which at the time was Europe’s largest women’s prison. Kimberley believes the way we think about mental health – as separate from physical health – is flawed. Her philosophy of Whole Body Mental Health is a comprehensive approach to mental health care; integrating evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle factors with psychological therapy. Her degree in nutrition informs her approach of looking at the roles food and lifestyle play in our mental health, including disordered eating, the gut-brain axis and our emotional relationship with food. If you would like to hear more from Kimberley, she co-hosts the podcast Made of Stronger Stuff alongside Dr Xand van Tulleken on BBC Radio 4. Follow her on Instagram and see her website for more information.  If you enjoyed this episode, I'd be delighted if you would give us a 5* rating and leave a review, so other people can find us too. Thank you!⁠

56mins

30 Oct 2021

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A happy, healthy brain with Kimberley Wilson

The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show

Chartered Psychologist and author, Kimberley Wilson, joins Liz to discuss how we can build a happy and healthy brain. She discusses the impact of the recent pandemic and explains some of the challenges facing our mental health. Kimberley also reveals the role that nutrition can play for the health of our brain and explains some simple steps we can take to support our mental health. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

41mins

8 Sep 2021

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Food, with Kimberley Wilson

Your Brain On Climate

Food: yum! It keeps us alive and keeps our brains healthy (or unhealthy, all-too-often). And the food that we eat - what it is and where it comes from - is one of the most important things we're going to have to get right when it comes to climate change.   Kind of a problem then that there are very few things about which we're quite so uppity and strange.  Food is drenched in cultural meaning, status, and individuals' neuroses, associations and family history.  So what is our psychological relationship with food? And what do those trying to get people to eat more climate-friendly diets need to take on board? Joining Dave on this first episode of Your Brain On Climate is Kimberley Wilson - a  chartered psychologist, nutritionist and author on all things to do with food, health, lifestyle and society.  She was also once a finalist on the Great British Bake-Off, but Dave has the grace not to ask her about that. You can read much more about Kimberley and her work at http://www.kimberleywilson.co Extra reading as highlighted by the owl noises: - 07:30 - Effects of nutritional supplements on aggression, rule-breaking, and psychopathology among young adult prisoners, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20014286/ - 10:12 - Antecedents, Behaviour, Consequences: A nice intro document here: https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/media/11951/behaviour-observation-sheets.pdf Your Brain on Climate is a podcast about human psychology vs the climate crisis: what we think, why we think it, and how it all adds up to a planet-sized emergency.  Contact the show:  @brainclimate on Twitter, or hello@yourbrainonclimate.com. The show is hosted by Dave Powell, who you can find @powellds on Twitter.  All music throughout the show and audio production is by Dave, because he's far too much of a control freak to let anyone else loose on it. Show logo by Arthur Stovell at https://www.designbymondial.com.   

39mins

7 Sep 2021

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The Brain, with Kimberley Wilson

Dr Giles Yeo Chews the Fat

How does what we eat affect our brain... and how does our brain affect what we eat? Kimberley Wilson is a chartered psychologist with a degree in nutrition. She was also a finalist in series four of The Great British Bake Off. Alongside geneticist Dr Giles Yeo, she explores the role food can play in both our character traits and mental health, as well as explaining why Giles immediately reaches for a big bowl of noodles when he’s stressed...Why Calories Don’t Count: http://hyperurl.co/CaloriesDontCountDr Giles Yeo Chews The Fat is produced by Anouszka Tate for Orion Publishing Ltd. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

34mins

22 Jun 2021

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Ep35. Kimberley Wilson on Being a Credible Voice in a Noisy Industry

EXPERTS

My EXPERT guest is… Kimberley Wilson, a Chartered Psychologist, author, and passionate advocate for whole body mental health. As well as regularly featuring on TV and radio, Kimberley is also incredibly humble and, like so many of my guests, had not necessarily thought of herself as building an expert business.  In this episode, I’m quizzing Kimberley on how she’s drawn in such a vast and highly-engaged audience – by focusing her message, being clear on her values, and knowing what she is and isn’t good at when it comes to entrepreneurship. We talk about setting yourself apart in a noisy industry, staying motivated, charging for your expertise, and why you don’t have to share every facet of your personal life in order to have a successful personal brand – in fact, it can be quite the opposite.  Are you an expert or coach working in the wellness industry? Go ahead and join my FREE online community of like-minded entrepreneurs here. Get free access to The Vantage Point: 5 strategies to triple your impact and become the go-to expert in wellness. Check out Kimberley’s podcast ‘Stronger Minds’ on all major podcast platforms.

49mins

26 May 2021

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The Breakup that Broke the ‘Rules’ - with Sarah Southern, Kimberley Wilson and Paula Varjack

The Breakup Monologues with Rosie Wilby

Rosie unravels the mystery of why one of her breakups, after only a couple of dates, ripped to the heart of her vulnerabilities... and transported her right back to feeling excluded at school. She speaks to comedian and coach Sarah Southern about how one of the ‘rules’ of breakups - the idea that the length of time it takes to recover is proportional to the length of time you were together - doesn’t always apply. They share stories about fleeting connections that left a big impression on them. Rosie then chats to psychologist, author and podcaster Kimberley Wilson about how a rejection can represent or trigger something else, something deeper, something from longer ago. They also touch on the nutrition, sleep and exercise routines that might help our mental health after a breakup. Finally she speaks to performer Paula Varjack about bisexuality, biphobia, the imperfect ratio of male and female dating options on Tinder and some funny stories from her event Worst Date Ever. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram

1hr 9mins

12 Mar 2021

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