Christine Byrne, MPH, RD, LDN
Christine Byrne (she/her) is a Registered Dietitian providing non-diet, weight-inclusive nutrition counseling to adults struggling with eating disorders, binge eating, orthorexia, chronic dieting, and strong feelings of guilt or shame about food. She uses the principles of intuitive eating, Health at Every Size®, body respect, and gentle nutrition to help clients recover from disordered thoughts and behaviors and establish a healthier, more peaceful relationship with food and their bodies.
The truth is that no one understands your body and your life better than you. As a dietitian, Christine can help you identify harmful thoughts and behaviors around food. Through ongoing nutrition counseling, she will guide you through various strategies — tailored specifically to your unique circumstances — that will help you establish a better connection to your body. Her approach is collaborative and client-centered, not prescriptive.
Prior to moving to the Triangle and becoming a dietitian, Christine worked as a food journalist and recipe developer in New York City. Before that, she spent two years working as a restaurant line cook. Now, in addition to her private nutrition practice, she contributes to dozens of national media outlets as a nutrition writer and expert source.
Christine holds a bachelor’s degree in creative writing from Northwestern University and a master’s in public health nutrition from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She lives in Raleigh with her adorable rescue mutt, Peanut.
To book a session or a free phone consultation with Christine, head to the booking page on her website website.