Christine Byrne is a food and nutrition journalist who has written thousands of articles for over two dozen national media outlets, including Self, HuffPost, Outside, The Kitchn, Food Network, Bon Appétit, O Magazine, Vice, Glamour, Women’s Health, Eating Well, and Health. She also works with national brands on recipe development and content creation, including Kroger, Sleep Number, Good Neighbor Pharmacy, and The Better Fish.
After nearly a decade of a full-time food career—first as a line cook, then as a food editor and writer—she went back to graduate school and become a registered dietitian. Barring disaster, she’ll graduate from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with an MPH RD in Fall 2021.
To say that Christine’s perspective on food and nutrition has evolved over time would be an understatement. She used to write about diets. Now she takes a weight-inclusive, anti-diet approach to nutrition, and she is a firm believer in intuitive eating. Why? Because diets don’t work, and they can really f*ck up your relationship with food. She knows this first-hand, but also understands that everyone’s experience is different — body autonomy is so important, and how you choose to eat is absolutely up to you.
Christine spent her 20s living in New York, but is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina. It’s cheaper, quieter, and she has a car for the first time in her life.
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