Danielle Wolf



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Patient Populations:

LGBTQIA+, Men, Neurodivergent Patients, Older adults, Patients with ADHD/ADD, Patients with ASD, Patients with depression, Patients with GAD, Patients with learning disabilities, Patients with OCD, Patients with PTSD/history of trauma, Peds: 12-15 years, Peds: 16-18 years, Peds: 6-11 years, Women

About Danielle

Danielle’s love for nutrition began during childhood. Her father taught her how to make healthy food choices while grocery shopping, after which they would go home and cook the foods they purchased. Danielle was also a young athlete–participating in soccer, softball, and karate–which drove her interest in properly fueling her body for her activities.

Danielle attended the University of Delaware’s renowned Dietetics program, where she participated as a research assistant, sports nutrition intern, and created a nutrition program for her sorority that still exists today. She has worked as a school food service manager for the NYC DOE, as a clinical dietitian in long-term-care, and as an adult and pediatric renal dietitian for Davita Dialysis. She also has a robust background in cooking from her days managing kitchens.

Get To Know Danielle

Favorite cultural dish or comfort food: I love any and all sushi!

Go-to morning beverage: Black coffee

Fave nutrient-packed snack: I carry nut/M&M packs in all of my bags as a “just in case” snack.

What’s one small thing someone can do today to work toward a balanced eating pattern/lifestyle? Make sure to always eat breakfast; you don’t want to unintentionally fast.

A habit you swear by: Try to sneak chia seeds or something similar into places you can — think smoothies and oatmeal, for any easy way to add in fiber.


Master of Science in Nutrition, Adelphi University

Dietetic Internship:
Gulf Coast Dietetic Internship

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

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