Hi, I'm Danielle.
Danielle Capalino is a consultant with expertise in health and wellness. Since graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, she has worked at the intersection of scientific research and corporate initiatives; this includes involvement with the Sinha Lab at MIT, where Danielle collaborated with MIT’s Industrial Liaison Department to explore commercial applications of computational neuroscience research for the flavor, fragrance, and beauty industries.
Danielle also holds a Master’s in Public Health Nutrition from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins. She is a certified registered dietitian and specializes in the gut microbiome and brain-gut connection. Danielle is the author of Healthy Gut, Flat Stomach” (Countryman Press, 2017), which People Magazine recognized as one of the top seven books on Health and Wellness in 2017. Danielle is also the author of “The Microbiome Diet Plan” (Rockridge Press, 2017) and the forthcoming “Healthy Gut, Flat Stomach: Drinks” (Countryman Press, 2018). She has also written several textbook chapters in the field of nutrition. Danielle is an adjunct faculty member at the George Washington University School of Medical and Health Sciences and serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of uBiome. She also works with individuals with digestive disorders as well as through her What the FODMAP program.
In addition to her professional and academic activities, Danielle is an active philanthropist and serves on the board of the Joint Distribution Committee – the world’s largest Jewish social service organization that provides rescue, relief, and renewal work to individuals in over 70 countries.
Danielle lives in New York City with her husband and young son.