For more than a decade, Ms. Danica De La Mora has been following a plant-based lifestyle, building on her collection of knowledge through extensive study and educational lectures by doctors who are at the forefront of the latest in nutritional research. She obtained a certification in Plant-Based Nutrition from the Center for Nutrition Studies at Cornell University under Drs. T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell II, Dean Ornish, Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., Michael Greger, and others. She also holds a degree in Communication and Film Studies from St. Andrews University and is a graduate of the Barbizon modeling academy.  She was the first student to write, direct, and star in her very own feature length movie in college. She has a background in graphic design, multiple forms of editing, DVD authoring, film transfers and preservation, videography, photography, and photograph restoration, as well as print media production, having been reared in a family who owns print media publications all over the Southeastern United States.

Ms. De La Mora has been strongly influenced by her family with whom she is very close. She is experienced in Latin and ballroom dancing, as well as music, with her grandmother’s ownership of a prestigious etiquette and dance school for 50 years and her father’s multiple, well-known variety bands and his placement of fourth in the world on accordion out of thousands of contestants. In addition to her own research and experience with relationships, she has obtained substantial knowledge through her mother’s wide-ranging background involving social work, alcoholism treatment, psychology, and print media publishing. Additionally, her grandparents’ loving and traditional marriage of nearly 60 years provided her with an excellent foundation for understanding successful relationships, complementary gender differences, identities, and roles.

Ms. De La Mora coaches groups and individuals interested in changing their diets for better health and long-term weight management. She helps adults and children refine themselves with traditional and conservative elegance. She also counsels ladies and gentlemen in their romantic relationships and helps them find the fulfilling lives they were destined to enjoy.

From the manner in which one conducts oneself to the manner in which one presents oneself, elegance is everything.

Ms. De La Mora is happy to help anyone who has a desire for improvement in personal refinement, nutrition, or romance.  If you would like some advice, please comment on any of her blog posts or send her an email.



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Although this blog may be useful, the information contained is intended for enlightenment purposes only and is not to be used as medical advice.  This is a representation of the views of the author and does not directly reflect or represent any other entity or institution.  It is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, or cure any specific type of psychological, emotional, or physical problem. Always consult with your doctor before making lifestyle changes (and hope to goodness that he or she has had extensive training in plant-based nutrition!).

Proud graduate of the Center for Nutrition Studies, Cornell University