We are One Degree Health.
We Help Busy People Get Their Health & Vitality Back.
We are a team of wellness educators, specialists, and coaches who help guide you towards your best health using small, effective habit changes and functional nutrition and lifestyle medicine best practices.
If You’re Like Most Business Folks:
All too often, work is getting prioritized over taking care of yourself.
It’s not that we want to ignore our health, it’s that we don’t feel there’s a way to fit healthy habits – such as eating right and exercising – into a demanding schedule.
This is why One Degree Health was started.
We want you to help you improve your health habits – no matter how stressful or busy your schedule is.
We help professionals, like you, prevent the burnout.
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Meet our Founder
Hi there, I’m Danielle Atcheson. I’m a Certified Nutritionist, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist, and National Board-certified Health Coach, as well as a former Fortune 500 executive and now Chief Wellness Officer of One Degree Health.
Like many ambitious professionals, I fell into the trap of the Work/Health Paradox: prioritizing work and sacrificing my health (unintentionally) for years; until 2012, when in just 30 days, my body filled up like a balloon, gaining 20 pounds – a result of work stress and not-so-great health habits compounding over the years.
Because of this wakeup call (which I now lovingly refer to as my “Great Inflation”), I learned how to make small yet significant changes which added up to big changes to my health, even in the middle of my hectic 60-hour work weeks.
After reclaiming my health (aka “deflating”) through my integrative approach of simple habit changes, I began sharing my roadmap to wellness with other busy professionals like you through engaging workshops, online wellness programs, and private health coaching.
In 2016, I left my executive role at Accenture to start One Degree Health, a wellness education and coaching company grounded on my core philosophy that simple yet powerful “one degree” micro-changes integrated into your typical day can lead you towards your best health.
At One Degree Health, we help you get your health and vitality back through small habit changes, using evidence-based Lifestyle Medicine and Functional Nutrition Approaches. We provide private wellness coaching for individuals needing accountability and support, as well as personal development programs, including online nutrition courses.
Having a meaningful, healthy life AND a successful career does not need to be a trade-off, so please connect with me to see how One Degree Health can help you thrive.
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