Food is part of all human society, there is nowhere in the world you can go which does not have its own unique cuisine. For every people sitting down and sharing a meal is a cornerstone of society and having a meal cooked for you is a deep sign of care and love. With food being so important to humanity how we think about it should naturally be a subject of study. In this episode professor of eating behaviour, Prof. Suzanne Higgs, explains how our eating behaviours change under social pressures. We see differences in the amount of food we eat, what we eat and how we feel about what we eat all change simply down to if someone is around us.
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Tags: food, cuisine, eating behaviour, social psychology, healthy eating, Suzanne Higgs
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