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Treating Schizophrenia and Related Conditions with GAPS Diet
Kim Schuette, CN
The link between gut health and mental disorders ranging from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder to depression and anxiety continues to become clearer as research grows. Dr. Campbell-McBride has offered a scientifically sound program known as the GAPS Program to repair the gut and restore mental wholeness. Kim has been using the GAPS Program for over six years in her practice. In this session she will share case studies of children that have been restored using the GAPS Diet with it emphasis on meat stock, bone broth, cultured foods and traditional fats along with complimentary therapies. There is hope where the modern medical establishment has given up.
Kim Schuette, CN, Certified GAPS Practitioner has been in private practice in the field of nutrition since 1999. She earned her license as a Certified Nutritionist in 2002. In 2002 Kim established Biodynamic Wellness, now located in Solana Beach, California, which staffs four additional nutritionists whom she has mentored. Her love for organic gardening, gourmet cooking and healing through foods and real food-based nutritional therapies led her into a practice where she offers private consultations specializing in nutritional and biotherapeutic drainage therapy to address gut/bowel and digestive disorders, male and female hormonal imbalances, autism, ADD/ADHD challenges and a myriad of other health concerns. In 2011 after using the GAPS Diet in her practice for over five years, Kim became a Certified GAPS Practitioner under the training of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. Additionally Kim has been trained in hair mineral analysis, salivary hormone balancing and blood chemistry assessment.
Kim teaches numerous workshops centered on the work of Drs. Weston Price and Melvin Page. Her workshop topics range from children’s health and female hormonal concerns to transitioning to a whole foods diet. She serves as co-leader of the San Diego Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is the mother of three healthy children (two adults and one teenager). Kim resides in Encinitas, California with her husband and their youngest son.