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  • CTV: Are Probiotics Good for You?

    Lianne was on CTV's Canada AM to answer all of your questions about probiotics including why you need to eat or take this powerful weapon in gut health. More Info »

  • The Family Kitchen Videos

    Fish Cakes are a firm favourite of both adults and kids. Simple and fast to make, this could be your dinner tonight! More Info »

  • Sprout Right Book

    The perfect, complete and reliable nutrition reference – this book is a blessing for any expecting woman or new mom. Dr. Natasha Turner ND bestselling author of The Hormone Diet More Info »

  • Private Cooking Classes

    A private class is designed to teach you how to make food for yourself, baby or toddler. More Info »

  • Consultations

    Sit down for a one-on-one session with Lianne and create a personalized nutrition plan that addresses optimum nutrition for pregnancy, the introduction of solids to your new eater and managing your picky toddler! More Info »

  • Meal Plans

    Follow our guide of what to feed for your new eater starting on solids, fast and simple meals for your family on busy weeknights or serve a nutrient packed breakfast and pack the perfect lunch with our range of meal plans. More Info »

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Latest Blog Entries

For The Love Of Chocolate

Feb 10th, 2017 under

Chocolate. Say it out loud. Chocolate. What does it bring to mind for you? Sweet. Luxurious. Sexy. Decadent. Or that you crave it and it’s your afternoon saviour and pick-me-up? Feels different, doesn’t it?!

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Better Snacks: Try Seeds

Feb 7th, 2017 under

Allergies to nuts, more than just peanuts, is more and more common. The list of most common allergic foods continues to expand from peanuts, tree nuts*, fish, eggs, and milk to include sesame seeds, seafood—crustaceans and shellfish—soy, wheat and sulphites (a food additive). It’s getting harder to know what’s safe to send with your kids […]

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