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Mia Syn

Mia Syn
Mia Syn is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, national on-air nutrition expert and host of Good Food Friday on ABC Charleston. She holds a Bachelor of Science in nutritional science physiology and Master of Science in human nutrition from two of the top universities in the country, Columbia and University of California, Berkeley. As one of the most recognized and trusted young dietitians in the media, her content serves as a healthy lifestyle resource for millions of television viewers and readers around the globe.
Loaded Single-Serve Breakfast Skillet

5 Healthy and Easy Breakfast Recipes for Busy Mornings

You may be familiar with the saying that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. While studies show that a large portion...
Keto Zucchini Spaghetti

Beginner’s Guide to Easy Keto Meal Prep (Recipes Included)

The ketogenic diet (or keto diet) has become wildly popular, but it is a lot harder to stick to than most people may think....
Mexican Corn (Elote)

5 Healthy and Tasty Ways to Make Grilled Corn on the Cob

Nothing is more quintessentially summer than knowing, and enjoying, how to cook corn on the cob! As the perfect mild and sweet canvas for...
Probiotic Foods v2

Improving Your Microbiome Diet: What to Eat for a Healthy Gut

When we get sick, bacteria are often to blame. But did you know that certain bacteria are also the cause for keeping us healthy?...
Easy Keto Diet Recipes

5 Easy Keto Diet Recipes for Every Meal of the Day

As a registered dietitian, I am often asked about the ketogenic diet. Is it safe? Do I recommend it? The media often links it...
Super Bowl Desserts

5 Delicious, Guilt-Free Super Bowl Desserts You Can Easily Make

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend; no matter which team you are rooting for, I think we can all agree on “team dessert”. Studies...
Heart Healthy Vegetarian Meal

Creating a Vegetarian Meal Plan to Stay Fit & Lose Weight

This article is part of the "Eat Well Series," which comprises of 3 articles. Read part 1 and part 3 for more information. Plant-based diets...