Author: Lianne

men's health
Energy, Family Nutrition, health, Podcast

Eat This: Men’s Health

I once proposed a book topic and title to my publisher, and it was about men’s health and weight loss. It was turned down before even being proposed to the ‘group’ of other editors who all weigh in on whether a book title and topic is worthy of them looking into publishing it. I felt let down on many levels. “Men don’t buy books, or enough books” was the reason. Well, then who is buying […]

Energy, Food, health, Hydration, nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: What do I do every day?

You know when you look at someone and wonder what on earth they do with themselves, because you’re looking to do better? Well that happens with clients, listeners, followers and friends. Being asked what I’m doing has been a constant throughout my career and I’m more than happy to share. Along with wanting to be inspired, I’m also asked how-to. In the midst of our busy lives, there has to be a way to do […]

Energy, Family Nutrition, health, Mood, nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: Energy

Energy is defined as the “strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity”. Well, that’s the definition to do with health of course. Energy can feel like seeing an oasis in a desert at times, where you wish you could get there—feel it, experience it and then live it, man your life could be all singing, all dancing if you just had more energy. There are different types of energy; physical energy, that […]

Family Nutrition, Food, health, nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: Meat myths and choosing the best

If you’re any kind of carnivore; part time, full time, following the carnivore diet as a meat only eater, Keto or any variation of those the chatter and controversy around eating too much meat is a constant one. Plant-based ways and views can either vilify eating animals or be somewhere in the middle with do-what-you-want, and I’ll do-what-I-want philosophy. The eat meat camp can be just as strong as the do-not-eat camp. I’m not sure […]

cholesterol
Blog, Family Nutrition, health, nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: Cholesterol

Have you ever been painted a picture about something that’s just not good. Only to find out for yourself that that dark, bleak and unhealthy picture isn’t actually all that bad? Well that’s my feeling on certain health issues and one in particular, cholesterol. Man, it gets a bad rap. The diagnosis from your doctor brings the unknown front and center. With a likely diagnosis of HIGH cholesterol, the tailspin that ensues with a clear […]

seasonal allergies
Blog, Family Nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: Seasonal Allergies and Hay Fever

Itchy eyes, itchy nose, sneezing, runny nose that is like a tap running, or being blocked up and then you lose your sense of smell. Pain around your temples and forehead, headaches and earache and the worst for me is the itchy roof of my mouth that somehow never can be scratched enough because you know, your tongue wasn’t meant to scratch anything! Seasonal allergies and hayfever can seem to hit at various times of […]

Liver disease
Blog, health, nutrition, Podcast

Eat This: Could You Have NAFLD?

Your liver is your body’s workhorse and when was the last time that you even considered how it’s doing? If you’re not aware, your liver is your body’s primary filtration system and converts toxins into waste products and then takes out that trash. It cleanses and filters your blood, metabolizes and breaks down nutrients and all medications from anti-seizure, blood pressure, cholesterol and chemo meds to what you took for your last headache and it […]

Blog, Energy, Family Nutrition, Podcast, stress

Eat This: Burnout – Adrenal Failure

We talk about stress like it’s a fact of life these days, and unless you’re living on a desert island with someone fanning you all day, bringing you food and drinks with umbrellas, you’re likely experiencing stress on a daily basis. What happens when it goes on and on and becomes chronic and you just can’t get off the stress merry-go-round? Burnout happens, that’s what. Does that mean that you can’t get out of bed […]