This Food Thing Podcast

by Jemma Richards in London, England, United Kingdom

This Food Thing Podcast

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To continue the development of the podcast and create a fund for those suffering with food related issues unable to afford 1:1 therapy.

by Jemma Richards in London, England, United Kingdom

This Food Thing Podcast (TFT) is a series of conversations about people’s relationship with food. The premise is always:


When I started the podcast I had no idea eating disorders were on the rise despite my ED history. I had never talked publicly about my behaviours around food if only I’d opened up before but I just couldn’t. I had a lot of help, not everyone is as fortunate. These conversations matter. 


People’s stories matter and sometimes a listener hears what they need to hear at the right time, they feel less alone, and this makes a difference. 

I take a light approach but if this area of our lives is skewed then so is the rest. It’s never just about food.

In each episode I invite a special guest to join me and discuss their relationship with food, whether it is easy or less so, and how it affects their behaviour. 

We are about to record Season Three. From the feedback received from Season’s One and Two we are making a difference. A big difference!

Season One and Two Episodes:




“A truly insightful, inspiring and compassionate podcast”

“This podcast is what giving back and spreading awareness is all about”

“Heartfelt and heartening listen. As a podcast fan it ranks up there with the best of them.”

“Perfect balance of the serious stuff and light heartedness which reinforces how open, genuine and authentic Jemma and her guests are.” 

“I’d recommend this to everyone, and not just to people who have had food issues either. It is authentic human stories laid before all to learn from.”

We really want to be able to help as many people as we possibly can, any donations would be greatly appreciated. 

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