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Eat This: All about babies

Not our usual age group on this podcast this week, but before your switch off and hit skip, we are now in the era babies are being born after our lives went from hustle and bustle, off to work, dinners, drinks and frantic schedules to STAY HOME. Well, for many couples and historically like times of quiet like the blackout of 2003 for instance, couples found themselves with more time on their hands to reconnect […]

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Eat This: Immunity 2.0

A listener’s question came in via email from Janice and asked “I’m hearing of colds going around. Can you help tell me what to stock my fridge with, that’ll help my family stay well?”  What do you think about that, Chris? I say, let’s help her out shall we?  Colds and flu season is around the corner and now, more than ever it’s important to be as proactive as possible in boosting our immunity to […]

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Eat This: The worst ingredients

Reading the label of any packaged food can look like it needs a chemistry degree. I’d hazard a guess that if you do turn over the box or crunchy plastic bag of what you’re wanting to know more about, and see sodium benzoate, or carrageenan or even artificial flavouring tartrazine not knowing exactly what it means doesn’t lead to you putting it back on the shelf … or does it? Why isn’t the whole label […]

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Eat This: The good and the scary of chocolate

It’s a scary time of year as Halloween approaches, and when I say scary, I’m not just talking about the goules and dressed up scary clowns, I’m talking about the sugar overload that’s unleashed at this time of year, that often continues right through to the January resolutions of eating better, ditching the sugar and hitting the gym. And yes, it’s the end of October, but whenever you are listening to this episode, my nutritionist […]

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Eat This: Why bother with breakfast?

The alarm clock goes off, you get up, out of bed and what unfolds next? Shower, workout, meditation, hot water and lemon, coffee is a no brainer for most, then I’m sure checking your phone for updates falls in there somewhere, but then what about breakfast? You’ve had it ingrained in us that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and yet there are people who don’t eat breakfast ever, or they don’t […]

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Eat This: In case you missed it…

I can’t believe that we’re almost at 90 episodes of EAT THIS with Lianne! That’s A LOT of information about working toward a healthier you. Did you catch it all? Well in case you missed a few, this week we’re recapping some of our favourite episodes to give you a little taste of each. From episode 79: Men’s Health, we’ll hear from Dr. Davis Brockenshire on how a dependency on alcohol affects your body and […]

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Eat This: Cheat Days

Have you ever signed yourself up for a CHEAT DAY? Or do you call it a treat day? Maybe your version is a cheat night, the week while you’re on holiday, or the month after you’ve done a cleanse or been on a restricted diet? It happens. There are varying degrees of discipline to any exercise or way of eating, and sometimes it’s easy to be super focused, and then that novelty wears off, but […]

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Eat This: Digestion, gas and poop

  Digestion and toilet talk are generally not very gauche to strike a conversation about but it needs to be talked about. Before birth, while you’re swimming around in your mama’s womb you poop. And from your first breath onwards,you’re hopefully going to poop every day. What comes out of your body–down the poop shoot; whether solid, liquid or gas, tells a story of what’s going noto only within the digestive system but within your […]