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Blog, TV

Top Five Office Lunch Hacks

Even if you work odd hours or have to take lunch into a meeting, what’s speedy, easy and quick to pull off with minimal prep and time whether you make it in the office or bring from home, or even pick up on the way to work? 1. Not your typical bottom desk drawer bottle: You need staples, even at work. Stock your bottom drawer with essentials like olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper, spice […]

Blog, Family Nutrition, Hydration, Recipes

How Much Water Should I Be Drinking?

I drink water. A lot of water. And not much else. So as I read a CBC.ca headline “8 glasses of water a day ‘an urban myth’ ” I had to read on. A recent study in Australia said that “Humans need to maintain fluid balance and need to drink water when required, but should also consider fluid in unprocessed fruits and vegetables and juices. There is further evidence that water and a well-balanced diet […]

Blog, Family Nutrition, Gluten

Should Your Family Go Gluten Free?

Some of my friends think I’m extreme when it comes to my diet. I can handle that. I can’t recommend any type of diet to my clients until I’ve tried it out for myself and see the results.   Wheat free, gluten free, sugar and dairy free, vegan, vegetarian, raw, high carbs, low or no carbs—I’ve tried them all and know how easy or hard it is to follow. Once I had children, I realized […]

Blog, Family Nutrition, Recipes, Weight Loss

Spring Clean Your Diet

A breeze of warm spring air, for some, stirs an urge to purge and spring-clean. Clearing out cupboards, tossing what’s not useful anymore and re-organizing the home. In the kitchen, spring-cleaning can include a clear out of expired food packages in the cupboard and lingering at the back of the fridge but also re-arrange what’s on the menu to lighter, more colourful, simpler fare.     The end of the winter season of comforting meals, and […]

Blog, Family Nutrition

Top 5 Detox Foods

Top 5 Detox Foods After the overindulgence of the holidays, the bloated, sluggish and tired feeling can be rid of as easily as throwing out the piles of used wrapping paper after the holidays. The liver acts as our internal garbage system but does so much more. The liver: filters blood neutralizes harmful toxins both internal and external breaks down hormones alcohol medicines and drugs makes enzymes for the body to function properly produces bile to […]

Media, TV

Lianne on TV

A sought-after media personality, Lianne regularly shares her experience and advice about nutrition and family wellness on various channels and networks. Lianne has a unique way of taking complex research and overwhelming concepts and ideas and making them simple, doable and easy to understand. You may have seen her as a guest on national programs like CTV’s CanadaAM, CBC News, City TV’s Breakfast Television and CityLine, CHCH Morning Live, Global Morning Live, CTV News Channel, […]

Media, Radio

Lianne on Radio

Lianne has shared her expertise with listeners about everything from unhealthy and healthy burgers to Back to School and New Year’s food resolutions along with the dreaded but seemingly needed cleanses that are so overwhelming you don’t know where to turn. She knows her stuff and even challenged by prominent radio hosts, she still gives tips, takeaways and makes sense of the latest study or news report that could be affecting your health. She is […]

Media, Online

Lianne Online

Lianne is a prominent influencer in Canada’s digital media scene and is often consulted on articles for online publication. In addition to writing regularly for the Sprout Right blog, she has written articles for HealthCanada.gc.ca, TheLoop.ca, iVillage.ca and MaternalGoddess.org. Read Nutrition and the Baby Blues on MaternalGoddess.org.