The Reflective Journal: How Does Food Consumption Affect Us?

Ying Wang


Taking the author's experience as an example, this research tries to discuss the possible connection and relationships between food consumption with our attitude, behaviour, personality, psychology, emotion and social identity, and therefore to reflect on how food affects our daily life.

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Journal of Environmental Science Studies  ISSN 2591-779X (Print)  ISSN 2630-4821 (Online)

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