Put your best fork forward, one mouthful at a time with the EAT THIS podcast. Lianne, a Registered Nutritionist, will keep you up to date with what’s going on in the world that has overwhelming and conflicting information, including the newest food fads, food trends, diets and ways of eating.
Eat This With Lianne: TMJ and TMD (EP 91)
38:29If your mouth hurts, hows does that effect you overall health? Specifically, your jaw, your bite...is everything lining up? Believe it or not a whole lot of health issues can permeate from your jaw muscles. Its called your Temporal Mandibular Joint or TMJ.If your TMJ is hurting, its called a Temporal Mandibular Disorder...or TMD. So, on this episode of Eat This With Lianne, we welcome back Dr. Freeman to delve into the world of TMJ and TMD, with the hopes someone suffering with this disorder might recognize the symptoms, learn a few ways to deal with it, and find help.
Eat This With Lianne: Are You A Mouth or Nose Breather?
47:41Do you breath through your MOUTH? or your NOSE? Simple question, simple answer...but further to this inquiry...Do you know the health benefits and detriments to either? Believe it or not, there is a huge connection to lots of health issues with the WAY we breath. On this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we have invited on a holistic dentist and true expert on just this very topic to help us all understand the true differences between a 'mouth' and 'nose' breather, and what it means to our overall well being.
Eat This With Lianne: Why Bother With Breakfast? (EP 89)
35:26Why bother with breakfast? It's THE most important meal of the day... isn't it? To be honest, that may be a slight over statement...good health, good food, good choices should come at any time of the day. BUT, we got a handful of questions from people like you along the idea "why should i even bother with breakfast?" So, on this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we'll delve into the minefield of choices, myths, and brilliant breakfast talk to help give your mind the nourishment it needs to bring breakfast back to the table.
Eat This With Lianne: Vagus PART 2 (The What to's)
47:40The Vagus Nerve...has hit a real "nerve" with you! Our loyal listener. So much reaction....so any comments and questions....to our previous episode all about this incredibly important cranial nerve. It has forced us to do a PART 2....to the Vagus Saga! On this episode of Eat This With Lianne, we have invited the ever entertaining and brilliant "Dr B" back to give us a real look into just what to do to help us finely TONE this nerve, and truly improve our overall health and well-being. Join us!
Eat This With Lianne: Snack Size! On-The-GO
21:57It is customary, week upon week, for this podcast to serve you up a buffet of interesting facts, and useful information towards better health..and maybe even...a better YOU! With Lianne away, we have decided a nice snack might be just the meal-on-the-go to keep us all satisfied. So, on this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we will harvest a few of the useful and informative gems that have sprouted fro episodes past! This podcast is a great way to remind yourself on some of the intriguing tidbits of knowledge, from several aspects of your bodies health...all in one short, yet sweet place.
Eat This With Lianne: The Vagus Nerve (EP 86)
54:54As you already know...what happens with the VAGUS NERVE...stays with the VAGUS NERVE! Actually....this cranial nerve is a very important nerve. It's function connects with our digestion, our mental health, our sleep patterns...the list is long! On this episode on Eat This with Lianne, we've invited back one of our favourites...Dr. "B" to explain, entertain, and break it all down. Join us for all the fun!
Eat This With Lianne: Good Sleep (EP 85)
53:47Recently we've had a handful of loyal listeners asking about their sleep...and their LACK of it. Bad sleep can affect a lot things...both mentally and physically. When you really break it down, we realize there are a tonne of factors that can factor in to a good or bad night's slumber. On this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we are joined by Dr. Christine Matheson, to talk tricks and tips and all around great advice and avenues to a much better sleep! Grab a nap, download this episode and join us.
Eat This With Lianne: Strength and Balance To A Better YOU
52:16Have you ever felt happy about your body and weight?! How often do you catch yourself in front of a mirror each week completely tearing your self image apart? I'm too fat...too skinny...no butt...too much butt...i wish i was.....prettier. As we age, our weight tends to go up and stay up thanks to our slowing metabolism and deteriorating muscle mass. So, what can you do? On this episode of Eat This With Lianne, we'll talk to an expert about the kinds of things we all can do help us with our strength and balance a little later in life. Join us!
Eat This With Lianne: Super-sized Lies (Ep 83)
41:51So...you're not happy with your weight. It's a common issue, and you've tried dozens of diets and dreams to tdeal with it. There are so many ideas, ideologies, numbers, and neigh-sayers that can cause your head to spin...what works? why doesn't it work for me? It can really do a number on your self esteem and your self worth. So we decided to talk to someone who can really breakdown some of these myths and mis-ideas about diets. On this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we're joined by Robert J Davis (PhD) the author of "Supersized Lies: How Myths About Weight Loss Are Keeping Us Fat". Join us!
Eat This With Lianne: Cheat Days (EP 82)
36:40Do you have a "CHEAT DAY"?? Or is it Cheats DAYS?! There can be various levels of dedication to whatever healthy lifestyle choices you make from week to week. And once you find a comfortable rhythm, or a program that seems to be working...the last thing you want to do is mess it up. Are cheat days ok? How many can i have each month? What can i eat? Is there a better way to do it? On this episode of Eat This with Lianne, we got a great voice mail from a loyal listener which inspired us to talk all about what is the best way to 'cheat' from a physical and mental health perspective