MS, CNS, LDN
MS, CNS, LDN
Danielle believes that functional nutrition is an integral part of functional medicine. She uses food and nutrients as a natural medicine to help restore balance, replete nutrient deficiencies, heal the gut, and more. Danielle believes that personalization is key in developing nutrition plans amongst individuals. There is no “one size fits all” in her approach, as each individual person is different. She personalizes plans to optimize health based on an individual’s genetics, lab values, lifestyle, and more.
Danielle’s specialties include intestinal health, blood chemistry analysis, nutrient deficiencies, autoimmunity, specialized diets, food sensitivities, weight loss, metabolic disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease/health, and more.
90 min New to Carpathia: $325
60 min Initial Nutrition Visit: $249
60 min Follow-up: $199
30 min Follow-up: $100
Degrees, Certifications, Training
Danielle has an MS in Nutrition and a BS in Exercise Science. She holds her Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) credential, an esteemed credential for healthcare professionals with an advanced level of education and experience in nutritional biochemistry and medical nutrition therapy. Danielle is an ADAPT Trained Functional Medicine Practitioner with the Kresser Institute, the only functional medicine training program that teaches ancestral nutrition and lifestyle principles as well as how to apply them in clinical practice (developed by Chris Kresser). She expanded her nutrition and functional medicine training by completing the BioIndividual Nutrition Institute course as well as Mastering Functional Lab Test Analysis course with the Metabolic Healing Institute.
Danielle specializes in gut/intestinal issues. Her experience in the Nutrition and Functional Medicine fields include working as an adjunct faculty member to a several local colleges, as a Nutritionist in a in a large corporation’s wellness center, running her own nutrition counseling/consulting business and as a Functional Nutritionist with DrJockers.com and at Chris Kresser’s Adapt180 Health (closed 4/30/21), a membership based, virtual functional medicine health transformation program.
MY PERSONAL STORY
Danielle has been interested in health and nutrition from an early age. Obesity, diabetes, and gut issues run rampant in her family and she knew from an early age that nutrition impacts our lives in many crucial ways. Danielle had her own personal experiences with gut issues in 2015/16 and was able to heal her gut naturally. Her passion to ensure health and longevity in her own life has led her to where she is today, helping others do the same. Danielle is married to the love of her life, Tim, and has two amazing daughters, Gabbi and Lillie. In her spare time, she can be found on various beaches or trails around the world, doing yoga, dancing, or spending quality time with her beloveds.