Soul Food

Food & Mood

It’s a week of many emotions. Kids going back to school. Parents off to work. We’re all expecting some kind of normal after the crazy summer, but for many, normal is no longer. And of course, with all of this, comes emotions.

At Soulhub, we’ve found ourselves looking deeper at our connectedness with food. Let’s face it, we eat it every day. We cook, we buy, we smell, we meet for food. It’s a huge part of all of our cultures. And even more so, we are what we eat, so it’s very intrinsic to our being.

Mood & Food

What feelings does food conjure up for you? It’s a complex web, relating to our mind, body and spirit.

There’s are many memories evoked by food. Some positive, some less so. This week we’re bringing you a host of personal stories from our guest writers including Jitna Bhagani and our first Soul Food Live cooking class.

What mood are you in? Does your mood change the food you cook? Or does food change your mood?

For top tips on how to improve your diet, watch Mind’s video on food and mood, which also features, eating regularly, staying hydrated, looking after your gut, managing caffeine, and getting the right foods.

Get involved?

We’d LOVE YOU to: This week, post your happiest food memory and the emotion it evokes, with #SoulFood and tag Soulhub to feature on our social channels.

Tues 8 SeptSoul Food Live with Carey Davis-Munro (Cook along with Food and Wellbeing Coach Carey). 8 September is mushroom, tarragon and lemon risotto with balsamic roasted tomatoes.

Soul Food September:

Throughout September, Soulhub is sharing personal stories from Guest Writers including Nutritionalist (Author of Gut Gastronomy, Broth & Amazing Edible Seeds) Vicki Edgson, Soul Food Live every Tuesday with Carey Davies-Munro, Q&A’s with nutritional specialists Sue Camp & Melinda McDougall, podcasts with Nicola Moore, and education about our relationship with food.

Focused on Food & Mood, Food & Health, Food & Energy and Food & Love – Join us to learn, share and create.  Sign up to our soul-newsletter, to get weekly reminders.


If you have concerns with food, then our Soulhub Team are on hand to support, or Overeaters Anonymous, are a recovery programme for eating issues/disorders.

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