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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 […]

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EP 178 – The Power of Social Media Influence on Your Food Choices

Welcome to another exciting episode of “EAT THIS with Lianne.” Today, we’re diving into a topic that affects us all: the influence of social media on our food choices. As we scroll through our feeds, we’re bombarded with information, advice, and, sometimes, downright misinformation about what we should eat. But how much can we trust the voices behind those posts? What drives their recommendations, and what’s in it for them? In a world where everyone […]

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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 […]