Everybody’s talking about self-care—but are they taking it seriously?

We’re here to dig deeper than the superficial. True self-love starts with getting good sleep, good sex and good skin. Another big part of that puzzle: reducing your stress.


Sounds impossible, you say? Stay with us. Getting restful sleep, having satisfying sex and landing glowy skin all start with food—and the way you support your hormones (more on that later). We're tackling nutrition for the modern condition. 

Here's where we come in: WELLTRIBE was founded by board-certified nutritionist Jessica D'Argenio Waller (formerly of MAKETRIBE), who, in addition to being passionate about holistic health and wellness, has a penchant for sifting through stuffy scientific journals and a desire to make research accessible for all.

Armed with information, Jessica offers clients real facts and real talk about day-to-day nutrition that will offer lasting results. We promise: no crash diets, no fad fixes. Jessica introduces lifestyle changes that are manageable and maintainable for long-term success. If that sounds good to you, hop over here for a free 15-minute check-in via phone.

In the meantime, if you’re looking for no-strings-attached facts on nutrition and wellness, might we suggest our newsletter? TELL ME EVERYTHING gives our take on the most current, evidence-based information regarding exactly what to eat/do/take to support your sleep/sex/skin, along with healthy recipe roundups, curated supplement and product recommendations, and cool news coming out of the wellness sphere for further reading.

Plus, all the good vibes.
Smart, right?



About Jessica

Jessica D'Argenio Waller, CNS, is a board-certified nutrition specialist and herbalist with an MS in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University of Integrative Health. 
Jessica founded MAKE TRIBE in 2013, a series of craft workshops designed to foster a creative community in Baltimore. She has a background in writing and publishing, and currently serves as nutrition advisor and board member for Baltimore Hunger Project.

Jessica is also a mother of two, longtime yoga practitioner, sometimes-runner, former fashion nerd, and huge fan of healthy living hacks and casual dinner parties.