Nutritionist, Mother, Spokesperson
Lianne has been talking food and what it can do for you for almost 20 years. Nutrition is her passion because, well, we eat all day long and food can have the biggest impact on our health. She herself embarked on a journey of needing to change her diet and throughout her three-year nutrition counseling course, she became a born-again-eater. She’s followed every diet, ditched just about everything at one time or another, and has lived to tell the tale. That helps you because she has been-there-eaten-that.
As time has gone on in her career, a successful business, a divorce and two children later, she knows what it means to find your balance. The balance between kids and ‘me time’, eating tasty and loving (possibly less healthy) meals, hydration and wine-time are ever evolving. Helping you uncover your balance is a huge part of her work. No matter the starting point, there’s always room to make a better choice and take a step towards a healthier you.
Lianne’s love of breaking down complex and overwhelming news headlines, studies, recommendations and how-to makes choosing what to eat easier for you. Eating can be complicated and even confusing, and it doesn’t need to be. If you want success, to feel better and to make confident choices, you need Lianne by your side.
Lianne Phillipson is a registered nutritionist, bestselling author, weekly expert on the Jerry Agar Show on NewsTalk1010 radio show, TV regular on CityTV’s Breakfast Television, CTV’s Your Morning, CHCH Morning Live, CTVNews.com and a go-to expert for nutrition quotes, ideas, tips, and articles. Lianne has a way to make complicated and overwhelming situations like recent studies, contradicting how-to-eat scenarios and the latest fad diet, simple. She knows the best way for you to eat, without cramping your style or making you feel like you have to eat kale and quinoa at every meal. She’s also a mom to two super healthy, gorgeous daughters and helps thousands of families to make a healthier choice, one mouthful at a time. Her book, Sprout Right – Nutrition from Tummy to Toddler (Penguin) has sold more than 14,000 copies all over the world.
- CTV News Channel: Kids Should Avoid Sports and Energy Drinks https://www.facebook.com/CTVNewsChannel/videos/1555562214505104/
- BT Toronto: These hacks will change your office lunch time! http://www.bttoronto.ca/videos/these-hacks-will-change-your-office-lunch-time/
Fitness and Stress
Family and Parenting
Publications by Lianne Phillipson