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EP 186 – How to Survive the Holidays: Stress, Eating and Avoid Burn Out

The holiday season often paints a picture reminiscent of Hallmark cards or idyllic movie scenes where characters overcome strife to find a happy ending. However, these portrayals can set us up with unrealistic expectations. Reflecting on my childhood Christmases, I recall not specific incidents but an overarching air of stress, a memory vivid enough to linger even now. ‘Tis the season, and not just for joy and festivities. In the northern hemisphere, it’s also a […]

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EP 185 – Dr B in the House! Vol. 6

Welcome to Episode 185, where we once again delve into the complex world of health and wellness with our esteemed guest, Dr. Davis Brockenshire, a Functional Medicine Expert. With Dr. Google and AI often leading us through confusing rabbit holes, our podcast aims to piece together the intricate puzzle of health, offering clear insights and understanding. Dr. Brockenshire, affectionately known as Dr. B, has graced our show over 20 times, earning accolades from our Lovely, […]

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EP 184 – Beat Brain Fog to Boost your Focus

Have you ever felt like you’re navigating through a mental mist, where even the simplest tasks seem daunting? This is what we commonly refer to as brain fog. It’s not just about forgetting where you left your water bottle or missing a beat in a conversation. Brain fog is a pervasive feeling of mental confusion, a slowdown in thinking, and a struggle to focus, often accompanied by memory lapses and a sense of mental fatigue. […]

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EP 183 – Building Muscle for Longevity

Welcome to a new episode where we dive into the vital world of muscle strength, which transcends the typical domains of athletes and fitness enthusiasts. As we age, maintaining muscle mass becomes crucial for our longevity and overall health. Strong muscles are not only about mobility but also act as a fortress against metabolic diseases and possibly reduce dementia risks. In previous discussions, we emphasized the synergy between movement and diet, underlining that no amount […]

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EP 182 – Strengthening Immune Health for Winter: A Focus on Inflammation and Oxidative Stress

Welcome to Winter! As the memorable line from “Game of Thrones” reminds us, “Winter is coming.” With the arrival of November, we find ourselves in a world of darker mornings and early evenings, frosty air, and the need for warm scarves. But beyond these seasonal changes, there’s a hidden challenge: the decreased sunlight and its impact on our vitamin D levels, a crucial element for maintaining a robust immune system. In today’s episode of EAT […]

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EP 181 – Is Cereal Good For You? 

In our latest episode, I meandered through the grocery aisles, reminiscent yet startled by the vibrant boxes of cereal. It’s been ages, and the magnitude of choice and packaging was astonishing—clearly designed for families with a hearty cereal appetite. This crunchy morning tradition, drenched in milk, saw a decline until a 2020 resurgence. Its origins are as rich as its flavors, dating back to 1863 with James Caleb Jackson’s ‘Granula’, and evolving through Kellogg’s and […]

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EP 180 – Dr. B Returns! VOL 5

Deciphering the intricacies of our bodies can sometimes feel like unravelling a complex puzzle. Questions buzz through our minds incessantly, often causing decision paralysis, especially for overthinkers like me. Just last week, I found myself pondering over a peculiar experience, which I’ll dive into later. Whether it’s a mysterious symptom, a nagging pain, or the simple quest to optimize our health, seeking answers becomes a necessity. With that in mind, we’ve invited Dr. Davis Brockenshire, […]

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EP 179 – Weight Loss Drugs – Yay or Nay?

Welcome back to another insightful episode of the “EAT THIS with Lianne” podcast. In our latest episode, we delve into a highly controversial and timely topic: weight loss drugs. Are they the miraculous solution we’ve been waiting for, or is there more beneath the surface that might give us pause? In our fast-paced society, it’s only natural for us to gravitate towards solutions that promise quick, effortless results. This trait is particularly evident in our […]