ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Learn about plant-based nutrition, beating your sugar addiction, reversing pre-diabetes and more in this episode of A Teaspoon of Healing! I chat with James and Dahlia Marin from Married to Health James and Dahlia are both holistic Registered Dietitians from Orange County, California. James is also an Environmental Nutritionist and Dahlia has a background in functional nutrition.

James and Dahlia discuss what conditions can be helped with a whole-food, plant-based diet, the impact of the environment on your nutrition and overall health, helping parents of children who are picky eaters, nutrition for pre-diabetics and diabetics and much more! Visit their website at marriedtohealth.com.

Show notes are below.

* [1:30] Intro and disclaimer
* [4:54] Dahlia’s journey of healing from pre-diabetes, PCOS and Hashimoto’s and how changing her diet helped cure her thyroid condition
* [10:14] The effects of your environment on nutrition and your well-being
* [16:39] Help for families with picky eaters
* [21:50] Intro to a plant-based diet and the conditions can it can help
* [25:00] Help with sugar addiction
* [33:00] Can pre-diabetes or Type II diabetes be reversed with a plant-based diet?
English
United States

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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

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, healing with Reiki, emotional healing and more. Visit www.teaspoonofhealing.com for our blog and show notes.
English
United States
25 episodes
since Oct, 2017
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