Our Mission Statement
We are dedicated to helping others through education and consulting in the areas of nutrition and lifestyle choices. We believe that individuals are best physically nourished by nutrient-dense real food. At Biodynamic Wellness we embrace the principles of Dr. Weston A. Price and those taught by the Weston A. Price Foundation. Optimal health comes through real food, nutritional therapy when needed, the adopting of healthy lifestyle practices and the proper addressing of stress negatively impacting one’s mind and spirit. Our goal is to provide an environment where these areas of need can be well supported and where each person we serve will have the opportunity to experience their best potential for wellness.
The human body has been designed with an amazing capacity for self-regulation and self-healing. The body is constantly working to be at ease. If we pay attention to its signals and provide true nourishment for the body, mind and spirit, it will serve us well during our time on earth.
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We all know not to judge a book by its cover, but you should judge a food by its label.
While we always advocate for the majority of your diet to be non-processed, “real” food that doesn’t require an ingredient list or product label, most food is labeled.
Chris Kresser says it best: “Carrots are carrots, apples are apples, and you don’t need a label to tell you that. But, aside from produce, most foods in the grocery store do have nutrition labels, ingredients lists, and marketing phrases. Learning how to decipher this information to make healthy choices is an important skill.”
Nutrition labels on food can be extremely confusing and feel overwhelming to try and interpret, especially when you’re embarking on a new health journey. So, to make things easier for you, we’re sharing our 3-step process to help you learn how to judge a food and read the package labeling. Continue reading →
Everyone is traveling these days! And while this fresh energy and excitement can be invigorating, there’s equal concern about how to remain safe and healthy, particularly in the current “post-pandemic” landscape. So, we want to minimize the stress and equip you with our best tools and tips to help you feel comfortable while traveling so you can fully enjoy your new experiences.
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Regular eye exams are essential for catching any declines in vision as well as early diagnosis of eye conditions. However, most diagnoses often come with little to no guidance in how to prevent further decline and rarely is the possibility discussed of recovering without surgery. Continue reading →
While inflammation can easily be overlooked as just a buzz word in the health and wellness world, its signs and symptoms can be important red flags for you to pause and look for a deeper issue.
So, what is inflammation?
Simply put, it’s the body’s protective response against any sort of illness or infection. Since inflammation can be tied back to anything from a sprained ankle to obesity to cancer, let’s break things down for you and provide you with some practical tips you can take to begin to minimize your risk for and stop fueling the fire of chronic inflammation.
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Nursing is no walk in the park! And knowing that your breastmilk is the best food for your little one can be just as encouraging as it is stressful if things aren’t going well.
First, know that you’re not alone if you’re struggling! The tips below are compiled from a wide range of experiences and resources because there are so many women that need support in this arena. Continue reading →
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Eliminating soda can be a simple step with a huge payoff for your health!
Liquid forms of sugar, like soda, cause enormous spikes in your blood sugar, and each spike contributes to insulin resistance and weight gain. However, you aren’t any better off if there isn’t sugar in your soda because artificial sweeteners confuse your pancreas and put stress on your liver. Additionally, the phosphoric acid responsible for the carbonation is not only damaging to your teeth, but can alter the pH of your stomach and blood, leading to poor digestion and an overall reduced ability to carry out basic metabolic functions. Beyond that, soda is dehydrating, may contain caffeine that fatigues the adrenals and can be satiating but devoid of nutrients. Continue reading →