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I'm Daniella and I am a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who helps those living with autoimmune disease find balance & healing on not only a physical, but mental, emotional and soul level as well. Through my own journey I've found that we must address each of these components for radical self-healing.

  I want to help you break through your plateaus and feel healthy in all aspects of your life and to find balance; whatever that looks and feels like for you.

I will have you say to yourself, I love you, I'm proud of you, thank you for showing up every day. 


I was diagnosed with Crohns disease in 2010 and had my first surgery shortly after in 2011; I remember spending my 21st birthday in the hospital after being admitted for an emergency surgery which ultimately saved my life. I was scared, confused and felt like the rug had been pulled out from under me. I had multiple doctors remind me of this life-long, incurable disease that would ultimately own my life; this was not an easy thing to hear at 21 when I was at the peak of my youth and wanted to be a normal 20-something-year-old like everyone else. I spent the next few years learning how to heal physically, mentally and emotionally.

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My illness was a blessing in disguise 

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It was truly my illness that led me to pursue Holistic Nutrition and make it my mission to heal myself, and for that I am forever grateful. Fast forward almost 10 years later, through all the ups and downs, diet protocols, money, time and energy spent healing my body, mind and soul, I feel called to help those who are also suffering – you are not alone!

I always say that having Crohns is the best and the worst thing that has ever happened to me. I really believe that everything happens for a reason and  looking back I can see how all of the synchronicity and lessons I've experienced has always been leading me to back to a holistic approach to health.

My hope is that you find healing as well! 

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