When Danielle’s husband lost 80 percent of his eyesight in a matter of minutes and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, doctors couldn’t explain why medication would stop his body from attacking itself. They decided to focus on diet and exercise to combat the disease and both went back to school to better understand physiology, biochemistry, and nutrition as a healing modality.
Danielle learned how nutritional interventions and lifestyle change positively influenced his conditions and overall vitality. This experience ignited her passion for the field of nutrition and sparked a strong desire to help others achieve similar results. Danielle’s educational journey opened her eyes to the profound impact that nutrients can have on physiological processes, and the complex interplay between diet, metabolism, and disease prevention.
Danielle specializes in developing personalized dietary strategies to address mold-related health concerns, Lyme disease, long-Covid recovery, autoimmunity, cancer, gut microbiome health, and hormonal health. She can help you overcome health challenges with nutritional recommendations that support the immune system, reduce inflammation, aid detoxification, and enhance your body’s resilience.
Master of Science, Human Clinical Nutrition and Integrative Health, Maryland University of Integrative Health
Master of Science, Travel, Tourism, and Event Planning, California State University-Sacramento
Bachelor of Science, Business Communications, California State University-Sacramento
Certified Nutrition Specialist
Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist