In The Clean Body Podcast, host Lauren Kelly talks to the souls (and brains) behind some of the cleanest food, beverage and lifestyle products on the market. During the one-on-one interviews, listeners will learn how the brands came to be, how nutritional science informed decisions about the ingredients and how the products impact overall physical and mental health for all.
Season 1, Episode 18 • August 25, 2021
What are the dangers and impacts of conventional cleaning supplies, laundry detergents and chemical products on your health and the environment? Find out this episode of The Clean Body Podcast.
Special Guest: Kate Jakubas, Environmental Engineer & Co-Founder of Meliora Cleaning Products
Season 1, Episode 18 • July 28, 2021
Do you struggle with shame and/or body shame? You're not alone. In this episode, I talk to the founder of BTR Bar about overcoming body shame, improving self-image, understanding ingredients on food labels, and learning to build a relationship of joy with food.
Special Guest: Ashley Nickelsen, Founder of BTR Bar
Season 1, Episode 17 • July 20, 2021
I talk to a partner at Layer Origin about new HMO (human milk oligosaccharide) supplements hitting the marketing – and explore how the singular carbohydrate may be able to improve gut health and gastrointestinal dysfunctions like IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), once and for all.
Special Guest: Beau Berman, Partner & Director of Performance Marketing
Season 1, Episode 16 • July 13, 2021
I talk to the co-founder of Jetson Probiotics Stefan Weitz about healing your gut to heal your chronic conditions or disease. After managing his own multiple sclerosis diagnosis with diet, lifestyle, and movement techniques, Stefan shares his journey to wellbeing and the role that the gut plays.
Special Guest: Stefan Weitz, Founder of Jetson Probiotics
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Legal Note: I am not a registered dietician or licensed medical or naturopathic doctor. The information and expertise I provide is based off of my holistic nutrition education and certification as a Nutrition Therapist Master, and should be taken as such.