About Kim Martindale

  • Certified Health Specialist
  • Therapeutic Lifestyle Educator
  • MethylGenetic Nutrition Analyst

Kim Martindale is the owner of Optimal Health Consulting.  She studied nutrition and wellness under the mentorship of Clinical Nutritionist, Naturopath and Master Herbalist, John Smothers at the Integrative Wellness and Research Center Memphis, Tennessee.  Kim worked as the Senior Lifestyle Educator at the Wellness Center from 2011 to 2017.

Kim became involved in natural health while trying to find help for her daughter who suffered with Lyme Disease, ADHD, Eczema and Asthma. Her daughter’s recovery inspired Kim to pursue a career helping others to heal.  Kim Martindale is certified in FirstLine Therapy, a holistic, personalized, lifestyle medicine program.

Kim also received her diploma as a Certified Health Specialist from Trinity School of Natural Health and enjoys working with clients, coaching and teaching them how to optimize their health through lifestyle strategies including; diet, exercise, healing therapies, personalized supplementation, detoxification and stress management.

Kim is also trained in MethylGenetic Nutrition.   Using raw, genetic data from 23andme, she customizes personalized nutritional programs based a client’s unique DNA.  Visit Get to Know Your DNA  to learn more.

Kim is also qualified to provide food sensitivity testing. Kim has successfully completed the NeuroScience’s Neuro Certification Program.

Before pursuing an education in Natural Health and Wellness, Kim received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Auburn University, and her Master’s of Divinity degree from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Kim is passionate about wellness, nutrition and helping people reduce the risk factors for chronic disease.  Visit her Facebook page at, HealthyBodyHealthyPlanet.

To make an appointment with Kim Martindale, please call (901) 870-4625 or email kleech2000@gmail.com.


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