Danielle has a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Food Science, and has a diverse background in the field of nutrition. She has worked as an inpatient Clinical Dietitian, as a Nutrition Support Specialist (specializing in tube feedings and intravenous feedings), and a Diabetes Educator/Dietitian in an outpatient setting. She has also taught several classes at the university level, including Nutrition, Upper Level Metabolism, Environmental and World Hunger, Sports Nutrition, Nutrition Through the Lifecycle, and graduate level Dietetics. She developed three doctorate level functional medicine classes for Huntington College of Health Sciences. In addition to her nutrition background, she previously worked as a Personal Trainer for 9 years, and studied exercise physiology. In the last ten years, she has studied Functional Medicine extensively. She has attended several trainings including the Institute of Functional Medicine’s (IFM) Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP), IFM GI Advanced Practice Module, IFM Annual Conference, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine Mind Body Medicine Training, and several other integrative medicine conferences. Danielle is now specializing in functional, preventative nutrition.
When not studying or working, Danielle enjoys surfing, hiking, yoga, reading, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.