40 episodes

Sparking Wholeness is not your typical health show. Erin Kerry is not your typical health coach. As a survivor of bipolar disorder, she has learned firsthand what it is like to deal with and manage a chronic illness.

This show brings together health experts from various fields in order to discuss popular wellness topics and offer hope and support for mental health issues. Whether it's addressing trauma, healing the gut microbiome, biohacking genes, addressing body image concerns, or exploring the struggles of motherhood and parenting, every episode is designed to spark wholeness.

Sparking Wholeness Erin Kerry

    • Alternative Health
    • 5.0, 28 Ratings

Sparking Wholeness is not your typical health show. Erin Kerry is not your typical health coach. As a survivor of bipolar disorder, she has learned firsthand what it is like to deal with and manage a chronic illness.

This show brings together health experts from various fields in order to discuss popular wellness topics and offer hope and support for mental health issues. Whether it's addressing trauma, healing the gut microbiome, biohacking genes, addressing body image concerns, or exploring the struggles of motherhood and parenting, every episode is designed to spark wholeness.

    Wondery presents Blood Ties

    Wondery presents Blood Ties

    Listen to Blood Ties Season 2 on the Wondery app. Download it today to join Wondery+ with a free trial to enjoy ad free listening, exclusives, binges and early access. Get it here: [https://wondery.app.link/UpmaC6vYI7]

    Wondery’s hit audio drama “Blood Ties” is back for a second season with Josh Gad & Gillian Jacobs returning as Michael and Elenore Richland. This season they are joined by Dominic Monaghan (“Lost”) as David Hammer the new CEO of Richland Health and Wayne Knight as Peter Richland.

    Season one was all about questions. What did Peter Richland do? How far will Richland Health go to bury the story? And when faced with the choice of telling the truth or losing billions what side would Michael and Elenore fall on. Season two is all about answers.

    • 4 min
    Ketosis for Mental Health with Dr. Lori Shemek

    Ketosis for Mental Health with Dr. Lori Shemek

    Dr. Lori Shemek is an award-winning, bestselling author of How To Fight FATflammation, Beginner’s Guide to Intermittent Fasting, Fire-Up Your Fat Burn, and the recently published The Ketogenic Key. She is a leading health and weight loss expert, has appeared in dozens of publications and TV shows, and is also known as “The Inflammation Terminator.”

    In this episode, Dr Shemek shares about her newest book, The Ketogenic Key. She shares what the ketogenic diet is, how ketosis benefits our mental health, benefits of intermittent fasting, how inflammation is a threat to our health and well-being, and practical ways to implement changes to your lifestyle.

    To learn more about Dr. Shemek, go to www.drlorishemek.com.

    • 47 min
    Wondery presents the Next Big Idea

    Wondery presents the Next Big Idea

    Hosted by Rufus Griscom, and featuring thought-leaders Malcolm Gladwell, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, and Daniel Pink, The Next Big Idea brings you the most groundbreaking ideas that have the power to change the way you live, work, and think.
    This week’s episode features a conversation about the power of being “weird” Listen to the full episode here:
    http://wondery.fm/NextBigIdeaSW

    • 7 min
    An Integrative Approach to Mental Health with Dr. Noshene Ranjbar

    An Integrative Approach to Mental Health with Dr. Noshene Ranjbar

    Dr. Noshene Ranjbar is Harvard-trained and board certified in General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Integrative Medicine. She serves as medical director of the Integrative Psychiatry Clinic at Banner - University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson.

    In this episode we discuss the changes in mental health approaches in the last 20 years, how integrative psychiatry is different, nervous system dysfunction, common underlying issues that impact mental wellness, a whole body approach to mental health, as well as Dr Ranjbar’s work with refugee and American Indian communities.

    Through her work as faculty at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine and The Center for Mind Body Medicine, she continues to expand
    evidence-based work in integrative mental health and underserved populations.

    To learn more about her and her story, go to:

    https://samehereglobal.org/expert-profile-noshene-ranjbar/

    The Integrative Psychiatry clinic where she trains and supervises residents and fellows to see patients:

    https://psychiatry.arizona.edu/patient-care/integrative-psychiatry-clinic

    Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine:
    www.azcim.org

    Center for Mind Body Medicine:
    www.cmbm.org

    • 52 min
    "Put the Burden Down" - a Conversation About Racial Trauma with Rochelle Riley

    "Put the Burden Down" - a Conversation About Racial Trauma with Rochelle Riley

    Rochelle Riley is the author of The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery, as well as the Director of Arts and Culture for the city of Detroit.

    In this episode, we discuss her powerful book and why this is the conversation we've been needing to have for over 400 years. She shares the impact of chronic stress on people of color and why we are in unprecedented times as a nation.

    To purchase her book and learn more about her work, head to www.rochelleriley.com. Follow Rochelle on Twitter: @rochelleriley
    Instagram: @rochellerileythewriter

    • 45 min
    How Food Really is Mood with Ali Miller RD

    How Food Really is Mood with Ali Miller RD

    Ali Miller is a registered dietitian, integrative functional medicine practitioner, and author of Naturally Nourished, The Anti-Anxiety Diet, and The Anti-Anxiety Diet Cookbook.

    In this episode we discuss the concept of food as mood, how neurotransmitters play a role in gut health, and how your stress response affects your overall health - from mental wellness to reproductive function to immune health.

    She explains the 6 approaches she takes to restoring our bodies to their rightful state, how to biohack our bodies and create metabolic flexibility - and simple tools to reducing panic and anxiety during times of stress.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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28 Ratings

28 Ratings

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Thankful to Erin

I have liked/enjoyed/wanted to spend more time with Erin ever since I first met her. I am inspired by her dedicated (and VOCAL) love for health, wellness and whole body healing. I’m so thankful for her courage to speak out and share her knowledge on these meaningful and relevant topics in today’s world. Thank you Erin for allowing me to be part of one of your podcasts. It was really fun!! Can’t wait to see how God continues to unfold this great platform for you.

kmgolightly ,

Like coffee with a friend

This podcast feels like sitting across the table with a friend, Erin, and with a cup of coffee- so refreshing! I love all the different topics we cover in just one episode. So much food for thought on how I’m approaching my food, health, priorities for this latest episode on New Year, Same Me. My word for the year is ‘play.’ Getting back to childlike joy!!

aenevans ,

A deeper perspective that we’ve been missing

I love how Erin dives deeper into health issues of all different facets, while keeping it very practical and relatable. The podcast on neurotransmitters, stress and parenting was life changing for me, being a mom of 3 young boys. I highly suggest listening to it whether you’re a parent, teacher, grandparent, co-worker, etc. if you have any type of interaction with other humans, this podcast is for you!

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