Month: January 2020

Plant-Based Diet, Podcast

Eat This: Why Eat More Plants?

You’ve heard it said by me and other health experts…”…eat more fruits and vegetables, every day…” Yes, it’s easier to grab and go…a bagel, muffin, croissant, or a coffee to give you a spring in your step. But it’s like pumping normal gas in a Ferrari. It’ll go but performance, speed and function won’t hit its full potential. In this episode, my goal is NOT to turn you into a vegetarian or vegan, it’s to […]

Food, Podcast, Trends

Eat This: Food Fads and Trends

In the age of Instagram, the next big food fad or trend might be determined more by the way it looks rather than the way it tastes. Over the years, food fads have often been influenced by what’s happening in the world around us. In this episode, Lianne is joined by reluctant ‘foodie’ and radio host Jerry Agar (Newstalk 1010, Toronto) to look at and chat about food trends from the past and present, to […]

Food, Podcast, Recipes

Eat This: ADHD

Dr Tim Bilkey, a physician specializing in the assessment and treatment of adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), joins Lianne Phillipson to help shed light on how food and supplements can help both children as well as Adults who live with ADHD and ADD build a better, more focused world around them. Lianne’s new TAKE THIS supplement line includes a great omega-3 supplement. Check out Omega Boost at Rainbow Rice Wraps Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Nut […]


Eat This: Gluten FREE

Registered Nutritionist Lianne Phillipson talks about everything you ever wanted to know about going Gluten-Free! The good, the bad, the ugly… Is it really worth the effort? Find out.  


Eat This: The Keto Diet

Registered Nutritionist Lianne Phillipson talks about the The Keto Diet. Is it healthy? Or dangerous?! Her special guest is Dr. Stephanie Estima, an expert in metabolism and body composition. Get Dr. Estima’s recipe for Sauerkraut Latkes and Sauteed Spinach.

Blog, Diets, Mood, Online, Radio

Food and Diet for Mental Health

Depression, anxiety, and panic attacks are the norm in many people’s lives. Health situations like an irregular thyroid, lack of sleep, hormonal imbalance, low dopamine or serotonin, and digestive imbalance can all affect mood and mental health. But often we don’t consider the diet and food as an influencing factor. Let’s look at a typical diet – you’re eating mostly good food, some take out and craving something sweet in the afternoon and evening. Doesn’t […]