Breanne Rice is an only child, born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Her personal journey to health started at a young age while pursuing a modeling career, as she became chronically ill and suffered from severe digestive distress. By the time she was 19 years old, she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called vitiligo and began to lose pigmentation on her face and developed what seemed to be a book's worth of food allergies. She began a complete lifestyle change and supported her body with the proper nutrients for a healthy digestive tract. Once she took down her chronic inflammatory response to foods and addressed the health of her GI tract, all of her digestive issues started to work themselves out. Through her own struggle she developed a passion for nutrition to support digestion, immune and allergy. Breanne is a certified nutritional therapy practitioner through the NTA and works with clients individually all over the globe. You may know her from her make-up free Instagram selfie that went viral, where she finally shared with the world her skin condition, or perhaps you've seen her on Television. Breanne is a TV and Media personality currently starring in TLC's documentary series "Too Ugly For Love?" and was a past contestant on the hit reality TV show The Bachelor on ABC. She is a frequent on national television programs, and recently appeared on The Dr. Phil Show, as well as the Hallmark Channel's Home and Family. She has been published in numerous national articles and magazines such as Teen Vogue, Cosmopolitan and People.

Breanne loves sharing her story to inspire other women to love themselves, despite their insecurities.