An interview with journalist and registered dietitian-to-be, Christine Byrne. She writes about food, nutrition and physical activity with an anti-diet, Health At Every Size®, body positive, Intuitive Eating perspective. We touch on lots of topics including:
- Her path from line cook in a restaurant to a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health/Nutrition program at UNC Chapel Hill. (This happens to be the same program where co-hosts Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Lutz met almost 20 years ago).
- What Christine learned working on her recent article for HuffPost: The BMI Is Racist And Useless. Here’s How To Measure Health Instead.
- One thing she recommends listeners do if they want to change their relationship with food.
- What Christine is cooking these days and her top 2 favorite recipes she developed.
- Christine Byrne
- Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia, by Sabrina Strings
- Jennifer Gaudiani, MD: eating disorders expert and founder and medical director of the Gaudiani Clinic
- Lesley Williams, MD: family medicine and eating disorder specialist
- Other recent articles by Christine Byrne
- Intuitive Eating – 4th Edition
- Skillet Chicken Thighs with Peaches, Arugula and Quinoa
- Sheet Pan Chicken Breasts with Potatoes and Garlicky Mustard Greens
- New York-Style Bagels