Monday, 30 March 2015

Episode 90 - March 29, 2015

Do you really know what's in your "healthy" cereal/breakfast/protein bar? you REALLY know? Nutritionist and founder of, Lianne Phillipson-Webb talks about the alarming amount of crap and calories in some of the popular healthy snacks you're packing for work and lunch.
Plus, what some of your not-so-good-for-you food cravings might really mean - Lianne helps you find the source and the problem.

Toronto is full of secret menu items and you won't find them advertised. Huffington Post Canada's associate editor, Arti Patel, joins the show to reveal some of the city's best hidden menu items.

And do you know what toxic chemicals are lurking in your mattress? Ecoholic columnist, Adria Vasil shares her discoveries about mattress companies and the questions you need to ask, plus the chemicals that are still legal but bad for you and your family. And you need to STOP using that face wash with the microbeads. It has drastic consequences and is affecting your health.

Chef Ricardo talks about his best tips for introducing Indian flavours into your home, and Pay reveals her encounter with an A-list Hollywood celeb.

Monday, 23 March 2015

Episode 89 - March 22, 2015

It's Spring! It's Spring! It's freezing.

Do you want to get the best travel deals and find out what the frequent fliers do? La Carte Magazine editor Maryam Siddiqi joins Pay to share her travel tips. From her favourite sites for deals, to the underrated European destinations, and top picks for Canadian travel. Plus, new direct routes from Toronto might make traveling to new cities more appealing.

Odin is the 13-year-old boy who ended up having a great birthday on the weekend after his story went viral. His mom posted on FB asking people to wish her son a happy birthday after realizing none of the kids invited to his party were showing up. But not all parents think this was a good idea.

Finally! Coffee...delivered! How to win at laziness. And now a new option for getting rid of your body when you die. Yay..?

Monday, 16 March 2015

Episode 88 - March 15, 2015

Back from a safari in Namibia, Pay talks about her adventures and how she got her luggage back after the airline forgot it somewhere.
More than half of Canadians lie about their financial situation, surprised? A Debt Relief Professional from BDO Canada talks about the results of this survey, what we're lying about and how to fix our spending habits.

Toronto Star columnist and cookbook author, Jennifer Bain, joins the show to talk about her family's buffalo ranch, raising and eating bison and why you should think about including it in your meals. Her new book is: "Buffalo Girls Cook Bison".

Kudu, oryx, springbok, impala...what are these?

And Pay fills you in on the food company that was forced to change the name of the meatballs to just "balls" because they don't contain enough real meat. Buyer beware!