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Julie Upton, MS, RD, CSSD

Julie Upton, MS, RD, CSSD

About author

Julie Upton is an award-winning registered dietitian and communications specialist who has written thousands of articles for national media outlets, including The New York Times, US News & World Report, and USA Today. She is a frequent expert nutrition guest on TV programs like ABC World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, and The Today Show on NBC News.

Julie is the co-founder of Appetite for Health, a nutrition communications consulting firm. She has co-authored two books, Energy to Burn: The Ultimate Guide to Fuel Your Active Life and The Real Skinny. Julie has led numerous national initiatives to promote health, fitness, and nutrition in partnership with global brands like Adidas, California Avocados, Chobani, and Trek Bikes.

Julie's athletic accomplishments are numerous: She has completed more than 10 marathons, plus the IronMan Hawaii World Championships, the Swim Around Manhattan Island, and the Trans-Rockies Trail Race. Julie is a Certified CrossFit Level 1 instructor.

Julie holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Michigan State University. She completed her post-graduate training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital. Julie holds a Master of Science in Nutrition Communications from Boston University. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband.

Articles by Julie Upton, MS, RD, CSSD

cut back on alcohol, say no to wine concept
whey protein powder in measuring scoop next to protein bars
high protein foods chicken and beans dinner
Protein shake
healthy sub sandwich
kfc restaurant exterior
caesar salad
adding creamer to cup of coffee
low-carb pasta brands
Burger King
Trader Joe's
healthy Costco frozen dinners
spreading butter on bread
12 Drinks That Melt Belly Fat, Says Dietitian
Assorted cheeses
salt food
pour milk into a berry smoothie in blender
using salad dressing
couple eating healthy
studying energy drinks
smiling woman cooking
multivitamin gummies
eating ribs
The #1 Best Oil To Cook With While Watching Your Cholesterol
burgers and fries