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Eat This: Mouth Breathing

You know when you take a deep breath in, does it happen through your mouth or your nose if you’re not instructed on which … Yes, we breathe in and we breathe out. And it’s essential to keep on living, yes, but when was the last time that you noticed if you’re breathing through your nose or mouth? While you might think, um isn’t any breathing a good thing? Well yes, but there is a […]

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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: The Vagus Nerve – Part 2

The Vagus Nerve – why are we talking about this and not now to navigate Las Vegas with good food and drink? Well, because I want to introduce you to what I believe you need to know more about, to take control of your health. All too often I see clients who don’t realize that they can feel better and what they’ve been dealing with healthwise that’s slowing them down, causing pain or not allowing them […]

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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: The Vagus Nerve

Despite my willingness to always be learning something new, there are times when I need to hear something, or be hit over the head with it a few times before I get into it. Well that has happened over the past few months. In speaking with someone about the mental health challenges that one of my daughters has been having over the past year, the term Polyvagal Theory came up. It was suggested to look […]

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Eat This: Sleep and why you can’t get a good night of it

There are times when topics come up once, and then you hear the same thing again, and again. Lately, I’ve had that experience with different people talking about sleep. And not always that they’ve had a good night of it. Clients who have had issues of late, but also for years. There are people who have never slept well in their lives, and others who go through spells of not sleeping well. I’ve talked before […]

EAT THIS with Lianne: Supersized Lies
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Eat This: Supersized Lies

So you’re not happy with your weight. Many aren’t so that conversation is extremely common. How many diets have you put yourself on, tried in earnest, only to find that you go back to your default way of eating and the weight creeps back on? There are health implications that come with obesity, fat deposited around the middle–that muffin top, a high fat to muscle ratio and numbers staring back at you when you step […]

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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 […]