Mia Syn

Mia Syn, RD

Mia is a practicing registered dietitian and on-air nutrition expert on CBS and ABC in the southeast. She holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Physiology and Metabolism from the University of California, Berkeley. She completed her dietetic training at the Medical University of South Carolina. Mia is known for translating the latest evidence-based information and making it tangible for her clients, readers and television viewers to readily implement into their lives.

Recent Posts

  • 3 Truths About Blue Light and Eye Health

    Although a vegetarian diet tends to be more protective against heart disease compared to a traditional Western diet, some risk factors for heart disease are increased. So, as a vegetarian, it’s still essential to consider your heart health. Read More

  • Video: How This Memory Champion Trains His Brain

    Nelson Dellis, 4-time USA Memory Champion and adventure sport athlete, shares what a typical day looks like for this athlete. Nutrition is an important part of his daily routine and his training program. Brain Armor with life’sOMEGA vegetarian DHA and EPA omega-3s help to support his journey. Read More

  • 4 Key Nutrients for a Healthy Vegetarian Pregnancy

    A nutritious diet is essential for every mother-to-be as nutritional deficiencies are common during pregnancy, but for the vegetarian mamma, it is even more important. Learn about four key nutrients for a healthy vegetarian pregnancy from award-winning dietitian Melanie McGrice, AdvAPD. Read More

  • Caring for Your Parents – Omega-3s for the Second Half of Life

    Many mothers are caring for more people than just their children, they’re also caring for their parents who need to maintain healthy habits throughout the second half of their lives. If you’re a caregiver, read on to learn how an important nutrient – omega-3s – can help support your loved ones’ health. Read More

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