About

Christina Jax

Christina Meyer-Jax, M.S., R.D. is a nationally recognized food and nutrition expert, brand strategist, and communications professional who loves bringing healthy eating and living into reality.  She received her undergraduate degree in Nutrition from the University of Minnesota (Go Gophers!) and her Master’s of Science in Nutrition Education from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, IL. She has worked with many well-known food companies (from established to start-up) including:  General Mills, Glaceau, KIND Healthy Snacks, Way Better Snacks, and Schwan’s to name a few.  Christina loves bringing health and product messages to life as a spokesperson, media personality, and speaker.  What else fires Christina up? Teaching! Christina has 12+ years as an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas, Department of Health and Human Performance, and the Art Institutes International Minnesota School of Culinary Arts.  She enjoys living in the Top Ranked Healthiest Cities in the USA, Minneapolis, MN with her on-the-go husband and 2 hockey playing kiddos.

Follow Christina on Twitter (@nutrition_up) or on Pinterest.

My Philosophy:

My goal, pure and simple, is to educate and assist people in fueling fun lives! With over 15 years as a registered dietitian (aka nutrition nerd,) I get right to the heart of what it takes to eat well and feel well. So what’s the “real deal”? Food is meant to be fun and enjoyed, and eating the right food can make all the difference. Who doesn’t want to wake up in the morning feeling great and ready to embrace the day?

Life is busy and we can’t be an expert at everything. I started my company NutritionUp to help bring clarity to the ever changing world of healthy eating and living. Let me take in all the latest science, business trends, and wellness tools. In turn I will deliver engaging (remember I love to make it fun) and effective health and wellness communications and programs that fit your individual or corporate needs.

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