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EP 177 – Why you can’t lose weight despite exercising

Ever promised yourself another treat, thinking you’ll “burn it off” tomorrow? Many of us have been there, bargaining with ourselves over that extra cookie or drink, thinking a gym session can erase any indulgence. This mindset, where we believe we can “offset” our indulgences with exercise, is a common trap. Some even claim they exercise solely to justify such treats. It’s worth asking: where does this belief stem from? I’ve been hearing a recurring question, […]

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EP 176 – Dr B in The House! VOL 4

Greetings from our respective corners of the world! While I’m cozied up in my closet studio, Dr. B is chilling in his wine cellar. The only thing connecting us is the pixelated world of Zoom. Remember when we were together? Those were the days! We’re here once again, responding to your burning questions. You’ve been fantastic about shooting those queries our way, whether it’s via the weekly newsletter responses on liannephillipson.com and sproutright.com, through social […]

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EP 175 – Abstaining from Alcohol

In this lively and insightful episode of EAT THIS with Lianne, we are treading potentially contentious waters and exploring the evolving conversation around alcohol abstinence. If you tuned into episode 30, you’re already acquainted with the physical impacts of alcohol on our bodies. However, the focus today shifts from mere information to contemplation and, perhaps, transformation. With Canada’s dramatic adjustment in alcohol consumption guidelines earlier this year—recommending a mere two drinks a week, down from […]

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EP 174 – Minerals! Of the Macro And Micro Kind

  Hello, avid listeners and mineral enthusiasts, welcome back to another rich episode with your host, Lianne. Today, we’re unravelling the fascinating world of macro and micro minerals, to empower you with the knowledge to maintain a healthy and balanced body. So, let’s dive right in!         Unveiling the Players: Macro and Micro Minerals Did you know that your body needs a balanced intake of two groups of minerals: macro and micro, […]

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EP 173 – Dr B ‘In The House’

Welcome to a truly extraordinary session of “EAT THIS with Lianne”! This special episode sees Lianne and the revered Dr. Davis Brockenshire, a luminary in the realm of Functional Medicine, uniting in one location to bring light to your burning questions in the inaugural “Ask Dr. B” segment, a series that promises to be a monthly delight for all our cherished listeners. Even while my indomitable Executive Producer, Chris Kant, continues to operate from his […]

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EP 172 – 8 Physiological Causes of Anxiety: A Deep Dive with Dr. Shawna Darou

Do you find yourself lying awake at night, pondering the uncertainties of the days ahead? Whether it’s the anticipation of starting a new job, a forthcoming trip, or even just planning out your next week, this underlying sense of dread can disrupt your daily life. However, is this anxiety? The short answer: not always. Anxiety is a medical term that refers to a range of mental health disorders with moderate to severe anxiety as a […]

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EP 171 – The True Benefits of Isometric Exercise with Brad Thorpe

Welcome back, fitness enthusiasts and loyal listeners of the EAT THIS with Lianne podcast! In today’s episode, we dive deep into the world of Isometric Exercise – a stationary yet intense form of exercise that’s been making waves in the fitness realm. Any form of movement can be a mood booster. The age-old battle of “should I work out now, later, or maybe tomorrow?” is something most of us grapple with. But believe me, you’ll […]

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EP 170 – What is Nitric Oxide?

When choosing topics to talk about here, I often need inspiration and a better memory than I have to recall what you want to hear about or what I want to share with you that isn’t even on your radar. Today’s topic is the latter, a topic that I have wanted to share for a long while, and I have either forgotten it as I plan an episode or another trumped it. As with most […]