Danielle Stadelman, RDN

Danielle currently works as a Corporate Wellness Dietitian for Guckenheimer, a food service provider in many corporate companies in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Danielle also works as a wellness and nutrition content writer for several online platforms. She holds a bachelor degree in Dietetics and Food Administration with an emphasis on Food and Nutrition from Cal State Long Beach. Danielle is currently pursuing her certification in Integrative and Functional Nutrition. She is passionate about educating clients and corporate companies on the importance of eating real whole foods for better health and performance.
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10 Daily Habits to Start Practicing Now

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Each year millions of Americans create some kind of New Year’s resolution, whether it’s getting into shape, starting a new diet, paying off debt, quitting smoking, or just being a nicer person.

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First Tip: Revisit this blog while shopping! (Bookmark it!)

Second Tip: Revisit this blog while prepping! 

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Strategies to Boost Mental Wellbeing and Mood

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Bad days happen to all of us. From waking up late to sitting in traffic to a broken coffee machine – we all know sometimes life can be rough. We can’t get rid of those unpleasant moments; however, improving mental wellbeing can help regardless. There is no doubt our level of mental health and emotional wellbeing impacts each and every one of us. 53% of Americans reported personal health problems as a result of stress on their mental wellbeing, while only 26% knew how to effectively manage and reduce mental stress. Just as we purse physical health by taking care of our bodies, we can also purse positive mental health by taking care of our minds. Whether you are trying to get a handle on emotions, cope with specific health problems or simply want to feel more energetic, there are plenty of ways to take control of your mental health. In this FitBliss blog, you’ll find simple ways to help boost your mental health and mood throughout the day. If you approach these strategies with a positive, open-mind you can judge for yourself how you feel.