Danielle Sanders is a Registered Dietitian at Cleveland Clinic Canada. Ms. Sanders has experience providing nutritional counselling in a wide variety of clinical areas, including gout, type 2 diabetes, diverticulosis, high cholesterol, fatty liver, cancer, IBD/IBS, infant and toddler feeding/eating during pregnancy, food safety and cooking questions, and weight loss/weight gain. She has a strong interest in eating disorders and chronic disease management.

Ms. Sanders first obtained her Bachelor of Science in Physiology and Neurobiology from the University of Connecticut. A passion for nutrition led to her complete her Master of Science in Human Nutrition at Columbia University, before going on to complete a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics at the University of British Columbia. 

Dedicated to giving back, Ms. Sanders has held volunteer roles with numerous charities including as a cook for Vancouver Native Health, Adult Education Tutor at Carnegie Community Centre, and as the Group Nutrition Facilitator at YMCA Vancouver. Ms. Sanders is dedicated to working with each of her patients individually to help them set personalized nutrition goals that work for their lifestyles. She truly enjoys helping people find a balanced, enjoyable relationship with food, away from the confines of diet culture.  

When she’s not seeing patients, Ms. Sanders likes spending time with her husband and kids, dining out with friends and exploring craft breweries in the city.


Bachelor of Science
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Master of Science
Columbia University
Human Nutrition
New York, NY
Bachelor of Science
University of Connecticut 
Physiology and Neurobiology   
Storrs, CT

Specialty Interests

  • Eating disorders
  • Chronic disease management

Professional Memberships

  • College of Dietitians of Ontario