Christine Brown's Weight Loss Story (Secrets Revealed)

Christiana Mikesch, CPT
Published by Christiana Mikesch, CPT | Senior Coach
Last updated: January 17, 2024
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“Sister Wives” reality star Christine Brown looked better than ever in a recent photo shared online, and I noticed she shed a few pounds. As a fitness coach, I always get inspired by stories like this, and I wanted to learn about her weight loss approach.

So, I teamed up with a nutritionist and spent a few days going through her old pictures, social media posts, and interviews to find out what her diet plan and training program was.

Keep reading to see what I found out.

How Did Christine Brown Lose Weight?

A top view of a healthy meal on a plate

Christine Brown lost weight by focusing on her overall health instead of simply trying to drop extra pounds.

After finding out she had poor gut health, she needed to change her diet and lifestyle to see noticeable results.

By focusing on her overall well-being rather than merely on weight loss and physical appearance, she effectively managed the psychological impact of weight loss in public figures, ensuring her mental health was equally nurtured and supported.

Cut Processed Foods

She cut out processed foods and refined sugars. She also made sure to include plenty of fiber-rich foods in her diet and to drink lots of water.


In addition, she started exercising regularly and focused on getting enough sleep.

Within a few months, she had lost weight and felt better than ever. Her energy levels were up, and she no longer suffered from bloating or digestive issues.

Best of all, she had finally found a sustainable way to maintain her weight loss.


  • Born: April 18, 1972
  • Height: 5’ 7”
  • Weight: 121 lbs

How Did Christine Brown Change Her Diet?

Christine Brown healthy diet meal on a plate

Christine Brown changed her diet by eating food appropriate for her blood type. This change in diet helped Christine Brown lose weight, have more energy, and feel better overall.

She recommends that everyone consider changing their diet to match their blood type, as it can provide many benefits.

The Havard School of Public Health recommends different diets for various blood types  [1]. Here are some of the recommendations:

Type O Blood

  • Recommended: High-protein foods, meat, vegetables, fish, and fruit.
  • Limit: Grains, beans, legumes.
  • Weight loss: Eat seafood, kelp, red meat, broccoli, spinach, and olive oil.
  • Avoid for weight loss: Wheat, corn, and dairy.

Type A Blood:

  • Recommended: Fruit, vegetables, tofu, seafood, turkey, whole grains.
  • Avoid: Meat.
  • Weight loss: Eat seafood, vegetables, pineapple, olive oil, soy.
  • Avoid for weight loss: Dairy, wheat, corn, kidney beans.

Type B Blood:

  • Recommended: Meat, fruit, dairy, seafood, grains.
  • Weight loss: Eat green vegetables, eggs, liver, licorice tea.
  • Avoid for weight loss: Chicken, corn, peanuts, and wheat.

Type AB Blood:

  • Recommended: Dairy, lamb, tofu, fish, grains, fruit, and vegetables.
  • Weight loss: Eat tofu, seafood, green vegetables, kelp.
  • Avoid for weight loss: Chicken, corn, buckwheat, kidney beans.


However, according to studies published on Research Gate, there's no scientific evidence that proves the health benefits of blood-type diets [2]. Dietitians still think this diet can help you lose weight, feel better, and digest better.

Christine Brown's blood type diet was a game changer for her. Besides losing weight, it gave her more confidence and a whole new look.

While the scientific evidence supporting blood type diets is limited, Christine's personal experience of increased energy levels and improved digestion is undeniable.

Like I always tell my clients, it's important to speak with your doctor first before making any major dietary changes, especially those done according to your blood type.

“When you focus on your gut health and getting your body balanced and working properly you start to develop healthier habits, crave less sugar, drink more water and have more motivation and natural sustained energy to be more active.”

- Christine Brown

What’s Christine Brown’s Fitness Routine?

A woman running outdoors to get fit

Christine Brown’s fitness routine consists of doing arm dumbbell exercises at home and engaging in more enjoyable workouts, like hiking with her daughters and taking daily walks to burn more fat.

Embracing Family Fitness

Christine and her daughter Maddie opened a fitness group where they share their weight loss secrets and products that helped them reach their goals.

Integrating family into fitness, as seen with Christine and her daughter, not only aids in fat burning but also strengthens family bonds

Diverse Workouts for Sustained Motivation

In my experience, a varied workout regimen, similar to Christine's mix of strength and cardio, is crucial for long-term engagement.

It's about nurturing overall health, aligning with Christine's strategy to combat stress and maintain her figure.

The Power of Movement

Christine is an advocate for leading an active lifestyle and frequently encourages her followers to get up and move around, even if it’s just for a few minutes each day.

A Balanced Approach to Fitness

Christine's combination of exercises and focus on a healthier lifestyle resonates with the principles I uphold in my practice.

It exemplifies a balanced, enjoyable, and sustainable approach to fitness, crucial for both physical and mental well-being.


Has Christine Brown Undergone Surgery?

No, Christine Brown has not undergone surgery to lose weight. She has instead relied on regular exercise and a healthy diet to achieve her goals.

How Much Weight Has Christine Brown Lost?

Christine Brown has lost six pounds since she started her health journey in 2019. She's dedicated to making long-term changes to her diet and fitness routine in order to be the healthiest version of herself.


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Christiana Mikesch, CPT
Senior Coach
Christiana Mikesch, CPT is a personal trainer and author with contributions to publications like the Chicago Tribune and Yahoo. She emphasizes a holistic approach to weight loss, combining an energy-fueling diet, goal-oriented workouts, and daily habits. Her approach avoids short-term goals and fosters a lifelong commitment to health and well-being.
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Lisa Lorraine Taylor, BSc, CPT
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Lisa Lorraine Taylor, BSc, CPT holds a BSc degree in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health and is the owner of Taylor Made Fitness. Her philosophy centers on cutting through the hype and misinformation surrounding dietary supplements, focusing instead on practical, science-backed strategies for health and weight loss.
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