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Does the food we eat effect our ability to empathise? Meet Shayamal Vallabhjee
Episode 611th May 2021 • The Empathy for Breakfast Show • Mimi Nicklin
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In this episode, I am thrilled to be joined by Shayamal Vallabhjee, a South African born Sports Scientist, Psychologist, Author, and former Monk. He works as a high-performance coach with elite athletes, Olympians, sports teams, and executives. He is a versatile and inspiringly energetic, and wise man. 

Our conversation focuses on food and was inspired by a prior discussion surrounding the impact of what we eat on our ability to empathise with ourselves and others. A fascinating concept, Shayamal helps us understand the relation between empathy and compassion, our ability to create social cohesion and the most amazing insights into how we work and thrive as humans. I could have spoken to him all day. Head on over and tune in to this mind-opening & energetic conversation and find out if your food is changing how you connect with others.

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