Hey, I'm the host of the Building A Better Body Podcast!
My name is Karen McClintock and I am a certified Primal Health Coach with a passion for sharing knowledge via my guests and myself.
I created the show to be a platform for others to share their inspiring stories. I believe we are at our best when we tap into out true selves and share with the world what really lights us up.
The show has become diverse over the last few years, because what makes up that better body can be a multitude of elements. Everyone is different with a specific genetic makeup so experimentation is key when working out what aligns with you and your journey.
I am excited to see where the show goes, but what is most important to me, is that I serve you fully as a listener.
Thank you so much for the support so far. Karen
April 11th, 2019 | Season 6 | 39 mins 52 secs
hormones, maria rafferty, periods, women
Today on the Show Karen talks to Maria Rafferty, otherwise known as the Hormone Health Coach. Maria shares her story from becoming an accountant to helping women all over the world with their periods, pregnancy, and much more..
April 4th, 2019 | Season 6 | 58 mins 38 secs
carnivore, digestion, eating disorders, nose to tail, sylwia tabor
Today Karen talks to Sylwia Tabor, The Bio Hacking Chick.
Sylwia is a wonderful storyteller. You will hear her paint the picture of how her health was turned right around with the help of eating nose to tail along with many other changes. Sywia is extremely open and honest talking about her eating disorders and genetic disposition to have digestive stress.
March 28th, 2019 | Season 6 | 8 mins 50 secs
belly fat, fat loss, mediation., nutrition, primal health, sleep, solo show, stress, weight loss
Short Solo Show today on how exercise is an ineffective way to shift that stubborn fat.
March 21st, 2019 | Season 6 | 35 mins 44 secs
connective tissue, edc, ehlers-danlos syndrome, integrative medicine., victoria fenton
Karen talks to Victoria Fenton an Integrative Medicine Consultant about her personal health journey. They discuss that health is much more than what you eat, it's about mindset, self awareness and your own personal journey.
March 14th, 2019 | Season 6 | 40 mins 40 secs
coaching., empowerment, nic buckley, strong women
Karen talks to Nicola Buckley, a Mindset and Development Coach about working through negative beliefs and old stories. Taking time to work through your journey and truly understanding that you are enough and much, much more...
March 7th, 2019 | Season 6 | 42 mins 47 secs
calisthetics, carnivore, origins of nutrition.
On the show today Karen talks to Dominic Rapson from Origins of Nutrition. If you want to find out how to thrive through ancestral ways listen in because Dom goes deep into his research and truly does practice what he preaches.
February 28th, 2019 | Season 6 | 46 mins 58 secs
bryan grohl., infrared, red light therapy
Karen is talking to Bryan Grohl from Red Light Rising on the show, a company specialising in red and infra red light therapies. Bryan loves to talk about health and wellbeing. This is a great discussion that covers a lot of useful information spanning from vegetarian to carnivore and much more.
January 31st, 2019 | Season 5 | 30 mins 31 secs
carnivore, doctors, health, health service., intermittent fasting, suzanne edge. keto
Listen to Karen talk to Orthopaedic Doctor Suzanne Edge about her journey with Keto and Carnivore.
January 25th, 2019 | Season 5 | 8 mins 9 secs
anxiety, arthritis., cbd oil, inflammation, pain, sleep
A quick and snappy solo show with Karen. She discusses the studies carried out on CBD oil and the possible benefits.
January 17th, 2019 | Season 5 | 9 mins 49 secs
oura ring, rem, sleep cycles
Sleep is often over looked but as such an important health marker we need to give it the attention it deserves. Listen to Karen talk about quality sleep and helpful suggestions in order to help you drift off to the land of nod.
January 10th, 2019 | Season 5 | 8 mins 58 secs
The Oura Ring is an amazing piece of kit, Karen gives her review on it and talks about why it can be so important to track sleep.