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Kimberley Wilson is a Chartered Psychologist, author and visiting lecturer working in private practice in central London. She's a Governor of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Mental Health Trust and the former Chair of the British Psychological Society's Training Committee in Counselling Psychology. Kimberley's first book How to Build a Healthy Brain (Yellow Kite, 2020) explored how to look after both physical and mental well-being. She hosts Stronger Minds, a podcast on topics such as food, lifestyle, psychology and mental health. She's appeared on various TV shows including GMB and was a Great British Bake Off finalist.

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This is a really important book - identifying one of the most alarming ways that our poor diet hurts us. Our brains are as severely affected as our bodies. Packed with science, hope and a clear demand for much needed change.
*Chris van Tulleken*

A powerful book that breaks down the dangerous beliefs that food is just fuel and delivers an important message we can all get behind - eat for your body and your brain! With a mental health crisis on our hands and over 50% of our diets coming from UPFs the evidence Kimberley presents in this book will change lives and hopefully policy.
*Professor Tim Spector*

Kimberley Wilson kick-starts a hugely important conversation that not many are having. A powerful read. Everybody needs to read this book.
*Fearne Cotton*

Marks a transformation in our thinking about diets. With luck it may one day make our brains better, a development that is long overdue... an essential and urgent read.
*Sunday Times*

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