90 episodes

On this weekly show, we explore the many pathways to healing and wellness! Listen to conversations with wellness experts and people like you, who want to share their own personal stories of healing. Weekly topics include personal healing journeys, healing with nutrition, meditation and mindfulness, emotional healing, and more. Visit www.teaspoonofhealing.com for our blog and show notes.

A Teaspoon of Healing Dawn DiMare

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 37 Ratings

On this weekly show, we explore the many pathways to healing and wellness! Listen to conversations with wellness experts and people like you, who want to share their own personal stories of healing. Weekly topics include personal healing journeys, healing with nutrition, meditation and mindfulness, emotional healing, and more. Visit www.teaspoonofhealing.com for our blog and show notes.

    Find Fitness Activities That You Enjoy

    Find Fitness Activities That You Enjoy

    This is the audio version of the blog post "Finding Fitness Activities That You Enjoy."







    To stick with a fitness routine over the long term, it's important to find a variety of activities that you enjoy! You're more likely to stick to a fitness routine if you enjoy what you are doing. Knowing yourself, what you enjoy, your schedule and lifestyle, and your strengths and limitations will go a long way when deciding what exercise activities you undertake.

    • 9 min
    Is Your Home Making You Sick? – with Jason Earle

    Is Your Home Making You Sick? – with Jason Earle

    When spring cleaning your home, it might be good to think about inspecting it for mold. In this episode, I chat with Jason Earle, the CEO of the Got Mold? company. He suffered from childhood asthma, and other health issues throughout the years. He shares his story of discovering that his childhood home had mold, and describes the process of mold testing.







    Many of us have hidden mold in our homes, especially those of us who live in damp, coastal or humid areas. Mold is very common in homes, especially in damp environments. Exposure to mold can trigger asthma in people who are allergic to the microbe, and is one of the top drivers of childhood asthma. It also can affect people with weakened immune systems, making them more susceptible to illness, and cause other health issues.







    We talk about the basics of mold, common misconceptions, and how this fungus can affect our health. While mold is everywhere, without any ill effects, a proliferation of mold can wreak havoc on our health. Find out all about it and how to tell if your home may have too much of it. Mold grows where there is moisture, and treating the problem of moisture can help alleviate the issue. Find out how in this episode.

    • 39 min
    A Chat about Inner Peace (and a little about nutrition!) – With Udo Erasmus

    A Chat about Inner Peace (and a little about nutrition!) – With Udo Erasmus

    This episode covers a little about healthy fats and oils, and a little bit about inner peace! I chatted with Udo Erasmus, founder of Udo's Choice supplement line, which can be found at Whole Foods, as well as Udo's Choice oil. He is the author of the best-selling book "Fats That Heal, Fats That Kill," and has extensive background in biochemistry, nutrition, and genetics.







    We chat about a few things in this podcast. First, we talk about oils, the importance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid balance, the proper creation, storage, and use of oils, the seed oil debate, and more.







    We also talk about how to cultivate peace in chaotic times. Udo was a toddler during World War II in Europe and has made cultivating peace in his life a priority. He shares tips on how to avoid stress, panic, and reactivity during the pandemic, or during any turbulent time in our lives.

    • 27 min
    Forgiveness and the New Year

    Forgiveness and the New Year

    As the year comes to a close, it’s common to reflect on what went well and what could have been better. Forgiveness is a powerful way to end the year and forge a path for yourself for 2022. While it is important to forgive others, remember to forgive yourself! Listen to the audio for more.







    This is the audio version of the Teaspoon of Healing blog.

    • 3 min
    The Benefits of Gratitude

    The Benefits of Gratitude

    Gratitude is something we should try to practice in our daily lives. Gratitude brings us to the present moment, makes us feel better, and there is even evidence that it reduces depression and anxiety!







    This is the audio version of my blog post: The Benefits of Gratitude







    I talk about the benefits of gratitude and what I am grateful for in November 2021!

    • 5 min
    Veterans Day

    Veterans Day

    In this audio blog, I talk about Veterans Day and a little about my grandfather, Richard Morris, who fought in World War 2, was captured by the Nazis and escaped.







    This is the audio version of the blog post: Honoring Our Veterans - and my Grandfather.

    • 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

EricaBushwell ,

Awesome podcast!

Dawn, host of the A Teaspoon of Healing podcast, highlights all aspects of health and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Homeowners 222 ,

So well rounded!

I love how Dawn and her guests cover topics around both physical and emotional healing.

Steph_SD ,

Great listen

Excellent for all things health and wellness. Mind, body and spirit. Just listened to the episode, Why diets don’t work with Erin Wathen 🔥

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