If you’re looking for a way to navigate the world of how to reduce toxic chemicals in your home and body – without overwhelm – Emma Rohmann has you covered with practical, science-based advice on The Missing Pillar of Health Podcast!
About The Podcast
The Missing Pillar of Health Podcast helps you reduce toxins in your life without fear, judgment or shame, so you can be happier, healthier, and all-around more awesome. Weekly episodes are hosted by environmental engineer, mom of 2, and founder of Green at Home, Emma Rohmann. She wades through all the research, greenwashing, marketing, and misinformation so you don’t have to and shares practical, science-based strategies to help you reduce your exposure to toxic chemicals so you can live your best life.
From the latest environmental health studies to product reviews to lifestyle hacks, this show brings you the best information from the best experts so you can make more confident decisions for you and your family.
What To Expect
Emma brings a straightforward, facts first approach to figuring out what the heck to buy that isn’t full of chemicals AND I LOVE IT. Only two episodes in (as of right here right now today) she’s already covering how to shop for health and beauty products (let’s just say that there are some very scummy marketing tricks out there) and the best resources she’s created to help you do it. She also interviews guest experts to get to the bottom of safety in products for kids, and preparing your home (and body) for pregnancy. I mean, I’m seriously into this.
What I Love About it
Emma makes learning the ins and outs of toxins and chemicals so simple and so straightforward. Honestly I have wanted to learn more for years because I know the impact my shopping choices have on the environment – and with Emma’s approach to starting at home, I know you’ll find this podcast SUPER easy to relate to, with realistic changes you can implement.
What Emma Says
“🎉 🎉 🎉 I can't even tell you how excited I am about this podcast. Thank you for helping make it so easy for me! – Emma Rohmann