Christine Blanchette – RUNNING AS SOUL FOOD
Monday, February 6, 2017
Join me on Monday February 6th at noon PT on The Dr. Theresa Nicassio Show with Christine Blanchette, on HealthyLife.net – All Positive Talk Radio for an uplifting conversation about life that will be sure to touch your heart.
Christine will talk about the darkest time of her life and how running helped her to heal and transform emotionally in ways that she never would have imagined.
About Christine Blanchette, TV Host Run With It on Shaw Television
Christine started running in 1999 and five months later finished the Vancouver Marathon in a qualifying time for the Boston Marathon. A year later Christine completed a 50 kilometre ultra marathon in Victoria, B.C., gaining more confidence with a second place finish while her passion for the sport grew. She was ranked 2nd fastest woman in Canada in the 50K.
Christine is an avid high performance runner who started the Run Club at the City of Richmond. From there she went on to teach faculty and students at the UBC Athletics Department with a Half Marathon Clinic – eights years and counting. This lead to Christine creating, hosting and producing BC’s only Running, Fitness and Health Show on Shaw TV “Run With It”, which is now in its fourth season. Christine is a television running celebrity, 70,000 views per month and growing. Her interview subjects range from amateur and professional athletes, coaches and managers, to music celebrities and actors, the theme being fitness and health. Run With It calls on Canadians to engage in physical fitness and promotes physical literacy, targeting all ages.
Christine is also a nationally published health and fitness writer. She writes weekly columns for both the Richmond Review in B.C. and The Sherbrooke Record, Quebec’s second largest English language newspaper. In addition, Christine does radio commentaries on running tips with CJMQ 88.9 fm in Quebec.
She has been interviewed by mainstream media, while her stories have been printed nationally. Christine has written stories for The Seattle Times, The Vancouver Sun, Canadian Running Magazine, Huffington Post, Women’s National Post, Optimyz Magazine, iRun Magazine and Get Out There Magazine.
Featured Headshot Photo by David Naman
If you would like to read more about Christine:
January 16, 2017: Kate Maliha – EXERCISE FOR HEALTHY AGING, MOOD & BRAIN HEALTH & Judy Russell – How Are The Big Toe & Kidney Connected? (LISTEN NOW)
January 23, 2017: Dr. Jill Carnahan – DOCTOR SURVIVOR: LESSONS OVERCOMING CANCER (LISTEN NOW)
February 27, 2017: Dr. Alessio Fasano – CELIAC DISEASE, GLUTEN & THE GUT
March 6, 2017: Dr. Jessica Renfer – NATURAL SPRING DETOXING
March 13, 2017: Marco Aguilar – THE POWER OF VACATIONING
March 20, 2017: Caroline Moassessi – FOOD LABELING
March 27, 2017: Logan Seelye – EMPOWERED POST SPINAL CORD INJURY
April 3, 2017: Michael Ayalon – POSITIVE CHANGE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
April 10, 2017: Pitz Quattrone – HOW THE DIDGERIDOO SAVED MY LIFE
April 17, 2017: Haely Lindau – FIGHTING CANCER WITH FOOD
April 24, 2017: Dr. Saul Pilar – SALT INTAKE & HEALTH
May 1, 2017: Leeza Steindorf – CONNECTED PARENT – EMPOWERED CHILD
May 8, 2017: Barbara Jaffe – WHEN WILL I BE GOOD ENOUGH?
May 15, 2017: Layne Lieberman RD – BEYOND THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET
May 22, 2017: Janet Rollings Walmsley & Jenny Story – AUTISM: A MOTHER-DAUGHTER LOVE STORY
May 29, 2017: Jane Grueber – URBAN FRONT YARD FARM PROJECT
June 5, 2017: Dr. Lorne Brown – FOOD & FERTILITY
June 12, 2017: Ivy Tobin – THE SOCIETY FOR RECOVERING DOORMATS
June 19, 2017: Michelle Emson – TRANS MOMPRENEUR SHARES HER STORY
June 26, 2017: Shirley Plant – PREVENTING SITTING DISEASE
July 3, 2017: Melvin Bray – STORYING INCLUSIVITY FOR KIDS
July 10, 2017: Allison Carmen – THE GIFT OF MAYBE
July 17, 2017: Dr. Jill Carnahan – MAST CELL ACTIVATION SYNDROME (MCAS)
More Exciting Guests To Look Forward To…
Drs. Karin & Rick Dina – RAW FOOD NUTRITION (Topic TBA)
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