As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Sydney has written for Man Repeller, Eat This Not That, Shape, and A Sober Girl's Guide. You can follow her on Instagram @greenehealth.
Based in New York City, Sydney Greene is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist focusing on integrative, customized nutrition counseling and coaching for individuals in recovery from substance use. She also works with individuals who are looking to change their relationship to food and body image. Additionally, she has developed the nutrition programming at a private, residential drug and addiction treatment center in Brooklyn and continues to work with clients there. Sydney has run nutrition workshops at corporations throughout New York City such as ClassPass, Open Society Foundations, and Morgan Stanley.
Sydney obtained her Bachelor's in Nutrition & Dietetics as well as her Master's in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. Her clinical training was completed at Mount Sinai St. Luke's.
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