- In-office, phone and Skype consultations for nutritional therapy, detoxification plans and personalized GAPS™ programs
- Individual nutritional assessment and lifestyle consulting
- Group workshops and seminars on educational topics regarding real food nutrition, detoxification, healing the gut and brain through the GAPS™ Nutritional Program and preconception nutrition and hormone balancing
- Detailed client history via written intake form and lengthy personal interview
- Blood chemistry analysis, optional
- Comprehensive three-day stool analysis, optional
- Salivary hormone testing, optional
- Hair mineral analysis, optional
- Other specialty testing analysis available
We appreciate the opportunity to assist you in your quest for improving your health through sound, balanced nutrition. It is our desire to help you in achieving your goals for optimum health. We will support you in your efforts to take responsibility for your health through education and guidance in the areas of nutrition, lifestyle modifications and biotherapeutic drainage to assist the body in eliminating toxins.
Biodynamic Wellness strives to bring optimal health through nutrient-dense whole foods and nutritional therapy. Through one-on-one consultations, seminars and trainings and our weight loss program, you can begin to learn how the foods and nutrients you ingest are the building blocks for a vibrant, healthy life.
It is our belief that God has designed the human body with the amazing ability to heal and regenerate itself when given real nourishment…physically, emotionally and spiritually. We look forward to helping you reach your goals to improve your health through embracing some very basic tenets of healthy living.
Blessings to you…
The Biodynamic Wellness Team
Lindsea was influenced by the work of Dr. Weston A. Price from a young age and experienced the benefits of a Nourishing Traditions diet first hand. The gap between conventional teaching and traditional wisdom sparked her curiosity and led her to pursue a degree in Nutritional Sciences from University of California, Berkeley. Upon graduating, she earned her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and began work on her master’s degree in kinesiology. While at California State University Northridge, Lindsea led biochemical research on the effects of diet and exercise on inflammation and insulin resistance and completed her program with a focus on exercise physiology. After finishing graduate school, she began her own nutrition practice in Los Angeles. While she has thoroughly enjoyed her own practice, Lindsea desired to be a part of the collaborative energy and expertise she found at Biodynamic Wellness.
Lindsea’s personal experiences have helped guide her Nutritional Therapy focuses. During her time as a college athlete and in the post-collegiate world of fitness, she witnessed the significant competitive advantage of a nutritionally complete diet. She is passionate about supporting her fellow athletes, Crossfitters and weekend warriors gain that same advantage. And being recently married herself, the rising rates of infertility among young couples has ignited a desire to help her peers prepare for pregnancy with natural hormonal balancing and preconception health.
Susie graduated from Pepperdine University in 1987 with a degree in sociology. As she noticed her kids’ illnesses recurring through conventional treatment and medication, Susie began to realize that treating symptoms was not always getting to the root cause of these illnesses. As a result, she earned her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner in 2007 and began implementing the principles learned to support her family and friends. Since earning her certification, Susie specializes in hormone balancing, gut healing using the GAPS Diet and supporting those with chronic disease through nutritional therapy and gentle drainage and detoxification.
Susie has developed a passion for equipping new parents and parents-to-be with the information they need to raise happy, healthy children and she has helped guide many families through their transition to a real food diet, utilizing Nourishing Traditions and Weston A. Price ideology. She is an advocate of a parent’s right to make informed decisions regarding vaccinations. Susie focuses on addressing digestion as the root cause of ailments. She received her GAPS™ certification training under Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. She is an active member of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Susie and her husband live in Encinitas, California.
Min’s interest in food and nutrition began at a young age, but it wasn’t until she attended a seminar led by Kim Schuette in 2009 and learned how to transition to a traditional whole food diet that she truly understood the power of food as medicine. This led her to pursue training in traditional food preparation, teaching others to prepare nutrient dense foods as a member of our team in 2013. She perfected her technique of high hydration, slow fermented sourdough bread and has taught many classes locally and spoken at the Weston A. Price Conference.
Min continued her passion for learning more about nutrition and graduated from the Nutritional Therapy Association in 2021. She has since received training through the Restorative Wellness Solutions program to become certified in interpreting clinical lab testing for digestive healing, food sensitivities and hormonal balance. Min has seen her adult son finally resolve issues of lifelong eczema with these tools. She has also seen the need of balancing hormones for men and women in this fast paced world where imbalance has become the norm but need not be an expected outcome. Her love of teaching furthers her desire to empower others to understand the root cause of their illness and find ways to build resilience in the body. Min resides with her family in Rancho Santa Fe.
Tara fell in love with the study of Nutrition when her young son’s asthma symptoms subsided after changing his diet. This fueled her to do a deeper dive into why food would affect the body’s health so greatly. Discovering that there were other ways to address healing besides medication gave her the passion to pursue an education through the Nutritional Therapy Association.
Tara graduated from the NTA in 2015, and has had a private practice for the past 6 years. She is a strong believer that “It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken men” – Frederick Douglass, and starting with the mother is foundational to achieving healthy children!
Tara lives with her husband, two teenage children, and a fluffy little dog in San Diego, and is also a CrossFit Level 1 Coach at CrossFit Chula Vista.
Jamelle is a Southern California native who lives in Carlsbad with her daughter. When her child was only 5 months old, she started a local chapter of a Holistic Mom’s Group where she met and grew a close relationship with our Founder, Kim Schuette.
Kim was an impactful mentor for Jamelle and inspired many parenting philosophies on how to raise her daughter and shared many nutritional principles on how to feed her family. Inspired by Kim, Jamelle has followed the Weston A. Price eating lifestyle for many years. Her focus has been on nutrient-dense, organic, whole-food eating and a non-toxic and holistic lifestyle.
With a desire to follow in Kim’s footsteps, Jamelle recently went back to school to continue her studies at the American College of Healthcare Sciences. She has achieved her first goal of a Diploma in Holistic Health Practice and now she is on the path to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Holistic Nutrition.
She’s honored to be a member of the team at Biodynamic Wellness and be a part of helping to keep Kim’s legacy alive!
Misty Garcia, Office Manager
Kim’s passion for and study of nutrition and holistic health began at the young age of 16 and was in private practice in the field of nutrition since 1999. She earned her certification as a Certified Nutritionist in 2002 and established Biodynamic Wellness. As her referral base grew, she began growing her practice by mentoring other nutritionists to develop a strong coherent team committed to supporting families in their many health challenges. Kim utilizes the dietary principles taught by Weston A. Price, D.D.S. along with real food-based nutritional therapies and biotherapeutic drainage therapy to support gut and digestive disorders, male and female hormonal imbalances, ADD/ADHD challenges and autoimmunity.
Kim introduced the GAPS Diet to clients in 2006 and in 2011 became a Certified GAPS™ Practitioner under the guidance of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. She incorporated blood chemistry, salivary hormone testing and hair mineral analysis when needed. Kim taught numerous seminars on topics ranging from mindful conception and female hormonal concerns to children’s health, healing with the GAPS Diet and transitioning to a whole foods diet. Kim received the Activist Award from the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2012 for her work in children’s nutrition and preconception nutrition. She served on the Board of Directors of the Weston A. Price Foundation, as well as the San Diego Chapter co-leader of the Weston A. Price Foundation.