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Daphne Olivier


Daphne is a food passionista, farm girl wanna-be, and registered, yet unconventional dietitian. She is the founder of The Unconventional Dietitian, her private nutrition practice where she works with people to upgrade to a real food diet. She works with people with varying degrees of metabolic disorders including insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS and gastroparesis and all of the challenges that go along with them. In her practice she is devoted to providing education, empowerment, and strategies needed to facilitate change to nourish the body and support a healthy lifestyle. 


Daphne believes she’s found her love working with people who are transforming their old habits and staying committed to finding what works for them.


  • Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN)

  • Registered Dietitian (RD)

  • Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES)

  • Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner (IFNCP)

Daphne Olivier

“Consistency is the key. Even if your steps toward change are small, being consistent will help you get there.”

– Daphne

Be Your Own SHERO

Daphne, what has been your greatest challenge with menopause and how have you overcome it? 


A change in my sleep pattern has been my biggest  challenge. I’ve made many adjustments to “sleep hygiene” over the past few years - sleeping in a dark room or with a sleep mask, I do not use my phone for the time leading up to sleep. I also listen to peaceful music as I’m falling asleep (or if I wake up in the middle of the night). Typically what keeps me awake is figuring out the world’s problems.


Why do you believe in the CTC approach to menopause?


CTC is a splash of self exploration, a dash of information, and full of ways you can approach this phase of life. Not everyone is the same, so this program helps you to discover what will work for you. While we can not control everything about the metamorphosis into your next phase, there is a lot that you do have control over. That is what we want you to shift your focus on. Control the controllables.

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