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The Missing Pillar of Health Podcast

Emma Rohmann
Health & FitnessAlternative Health

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. Learn more at


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Latest Episodes

It may be goodbye for now, but not forever! In this episode, Emma talks about the show’s beginnings and why it’s time to take a pause after 93 episodes. She also shares where you can continue to get more support and resources. more

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It always sucks when something you think is THE solution turns out to be not what you thought. But I think its important to learn from it, and move on. This week’s episode began when a Green Product Forum member - Dana wanted to know about studies th... more

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5 out of 5 stars from 31 ratings
  • Great resource

    I’m regularly sending people to Emma’s various resources. Her pragmatic approach makes the environmental health and wellbeing recommendation easy to adopt. I trust her perspective.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada6 months ago
  • Absolutely the most informative podcast

    I feel like I’ve met the person I’ve been searching for my whole life! Emma is a wealth of knowledge and has really changed my life. I’ve been making these changes slowly but now we are focusing on the big things like water, air quality, materials, etc. I listen to each multiple times and two of my good friends are into it as well. I am all about when you know better, try to do better! Emma’s podcast is the school we all need to attend. Definitely a must listen… start your year off right!!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Court Stew
    Canada7 months ago
  • Thanks for bringing the info to us!

    Emma, thanks very much for these wonderful podcasts with really useful information like kid brain development, toxins in our homes and health. But, the most important of all which actions are really impactful without getting stress out about it and lost on the trying to change. Thanks!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada9 months ago
  • Very helpful

    Such a great podcast! I love the wide variety of topics covered. The episode on dealing with eco grief is one of my favourites. The one about choosing furniture was also super helpful. Thx, Emma!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago
  • Emma is my “GO TO” source!

    Navigating the world of environmental toxins is so overwhelming and I truly appreciate Emma’s podcast and work as it breaks it down into understandable segments that provide clear info, facts and next steps. From mattresses to water filters to personal care products - I’ve learned so much and my family is for the better! I never hesitate to share her podcasts / website with those around me! Thank YOU Emma for doing all the work for us!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago

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