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Looking to Improve Your Health Before Your Big Day? Featured

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Are you sick of seeing weight targeted ads with diets, exercise programs, and products making promises that they likely cannot keep? So is Danielle Munn RDN, CDN, the owner of the Upstate Wedding Dietitian. She started her virtual practice in 2021 after being a bride herself. She felt the pressures first hand that so many others face to lose weight and look a certain way. 


Danielle is a Registered and Certified Dietitian with a master’s degree in community nutrition. Her programs focus on improving people’s relationship with food, body positivity, improving confidence, and teaching nutrition in a simple way that can be applied to everyday life.

Some tips for future brides include planning ahead and stocking up on grab and go items. The week of your wedding is possibly one of the busiest weeks of your life. You don’t want to be running around trying to get last minute things done on an empty tank. Quick grab and go items save you time, energy, and money versus purchasing takeout. Some examples include granola bars, yogurt, cheese sticks, and fresh fruits and veggies. However, Danielle’s most important recommendation is to avoid crash dieting or starving yourself before the big day. A “hangry bride” has never been and never will be trendy.

Find The Upstate Wedding Dietitian on Facebook, Instagram, and by visiting To contact, call 518-414-0092 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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