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Katie Cavuto Boyle MS, RD is a Registered Dietitian and Personal Chef.
Katie grew up outside of Philadelphia, PA. Years of competitive gymnastics sparked her interest in nutrition. She realized early on that she could not be a good dietitian without a better understanding of food. Her quest for culinary knowledge led her to Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island where she graduated with an AS in Culinary Arts and a BS in Culinary Nutrition. While in school she worked at several local restaurants to improve her culinary skills. Upon graduation she was accepted to Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts were she successfully completed a Masters Degree in Clinical Nutrition and became a Registered Dietitian. Katie holds a certification in Adult Weight Management through the American Dietetic Association and Center for Dietetic Registration. Katie teaches nutrition at West Chester University. She is a regular contributor on ABC, Fox, NBC and CBS in Philadelphia as an expert in her field. She writes weekly for "Healthy Eats", a national nutrition blog on foodnetwork.com and for Philadelphia Magazine's "Be Well Philly" website. Katie is the president of Healthy Bites market and café, which offers nutrition and personal chef services. Katie and Healthy Bites have been showcased in Parents Magazine, Fitness Magazine, Women's Health Magazine, Newsweek Magazine, the Daily Candy, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Grid Magazine, Main Line Today Magazine, the Philadelphia Metro Paper, City Paper, as "Best of the City" food and dining on Comcast On Demand and in multiple print and web articles, as well as "Best of Philly 2009 - Best Meal Delivery Service" in Philadelphia Magazine, to name a few. Katie is the dietitian for the Philadelphia Phillies and Healthy Bites prepares the team's pregame meals. She was most recently seen as one of 10 finalists on season 5 of The Next Food Network Star and on Rachel Ray's national talk show.
It is Katie's mission to use her unique skill set as a dietitian and chef to show others how easy and fun it can be to live a healthy lifestyle. Katie promotes farm-to-table fare and the use of seasonal, local ingredients. Her philosophy is what she likes to call "Green Cuisine," which is about eating healthy for your body and the planet.
"Our lives are so busy. We need to take time to appreciate our bodies and the food that we eat. It is my goal to make this a little easier."