Lianne Phillipson-Webb is the founder of Sprout Right, a company that specializes in pre-conception, prenatal, and postnatal nutrition for women, as well as good food and health for the whole family. With over ten years of experience, Lianne is a registered nutritionist, author, member of the International Organization of Nutrition Consultants, and mother of two.
Lianne graduated with honours from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in London, England, and has since shared her knowledge with thousands of women and their families through personal consultations and numerous television appearances on Canada AM, Breakfast Television, Rogers, and CHCH Morning Live. She also contributes to Today's Parent magazine and many online parenting websites, runs Sprout Right's interactive workshops and one-of-a-kind Mommy Chef cooking classes, and produced an instructional DVD series.
Lianne is passionate about the environment. Her commitment to a healthy, environmentally balanced lifestyle is reflected in both her personal life and the Sprout Right philosophy. Organic food, recycling, and environmental conservation are all integrated into the workshops and cooking classes.
Lianne has a number of interests outside of nutrition. She is the mother of two daughters, and an active contributor to their school programs, as well as an IFR reflexologist, aromatherapist, and Reiki master.
Lianne shares her secret to a clean smoothie glass.
Lianne shares her top 5 teas for everything from starting your day off right, to winding down at the end of the day and every ailment that may occur in between!
A new study states that obesity rates have risen in Canada and the numbers are alarming. There also seems to be a difference across Canada. Lianne talks about the findings.
How do you make healthier food choices for your family when out to eat at fast food restaurants? Do you feel calorie count information will help? The Ontario health minister hopes so. Lianne chats on Sun News about this new legislation.
Lianne demystifies salt by talking about how much salt in your diet is okay, and what kinds of salts are out there to choose from.
A recent study suggests caffeine acts as a memory enhancer. Lianne was on CTV news to discuss the findings and weigh the pros and cons of your cup of joe.
Kick the sugar fix! Here is a timely video of Lianne on CTV Canada AM talking about how to kick the sugar fix with the right foods.
An Iowa teacher recently lost weight by following a McDonald's-only diet. Is this a healthy approach? Lianne talks with SunTV about this news.
From skin care to baked goods, there are many uses for the power product coconut oil. Lianne shares some of these ideas in an appearance on CTV's Canada AM.
On SunTV recently, Lianne took on a report that suggested healthy eating costs a significant amount more than unhealthy eating. She suggests ways for living well that doesn't break the grocery budget.
Lianne chats with CKLW Windsor host Arms Bumanlag about how to make healthy holiday food choices for the whole family.
Lianne celebrates Natural Health Products Week on CTV Ottawa with healthy tips, including how to make your own laundry detergent.
Lianne shares green cleaning tips and more on CHCH TV.
Lianne was on CTV Kitchener talking about Natural Health Products Week, taking the guess work out of how to incorporate natural health products into your routine.
How do you keep active kids well nourished when on the go? Lianne shares her top snack ideas on CP24.
Sleep issues can be amongst the most frustrating health problems. If you can't sleep well, take a look at your diet.
Watch how easy it can be to make your own super-probiotic yogurt, kefir, kombucha and sauerkraut.
The Baby Time Show is the show for all parents-to-be and new families. Products, seminars, fun for the kids and tons of great deals on your favorite Sprout Right products including the very popular Sprout Right book! Stop by for a free consultation and to try some tasty food!
Lianne will be sharing some great ideas for getting your kids to eat more fish and how to cook healthy, nutritious family meals on a budget.