Sue Mah MHSc., RD
Sue is a Registered Dietitian and President of Nutrition Solutions, a company specializing in nutrition communications. As one of Canada’s leading nutrition writers and a nutrition trends expert, Sue is a pro at translating nutrition science into insightful business advice and practical healthy eating advice for consumers.
Sue has authored national resources on key nutrition issues including trans fat, sodium, and obesity prevention. Her nutrition columns appeared regularly in consumer and trade publications such as Best Health and Canadian Restaurant and Food Service News. She was selected as the content writer for the Canada’s Food Guide.
In her role as a consultant and media spokesperson, Sue has helped to educate Canadians about innovative functional foods and nutrition trends. She has participated on Nutrition Advisory Boards for numerous clients, helping to shape communication and media strategies, and lend expertise to issues management.
As Co-Founder of Media Training Boot Camp, Sue knows how to create winning nutrition messages and memorable sound bites. Having made her TV debut on The Body Break Show, Sue is a now a recognized expert in the media. She was the in-house dietitian expert for several national TV shows including: Doctor in the House, The Mom Show, In the Kitchen with Stefano Faita, Best Recipes Ever, and the ever popular Steven and Chris. She has appeared in over 200 media impressions from coast to coast including Canada AM, CBC News Network Morning Show, Your Morning, CBC Radio, Global TV, Global Morning Show, CTV New, CTV Morning Live, Rogers Daytime, CHCH Morning Live, and all Breakfast Television outlets across the country.
Described as having an “infectious energy”, Sue brings a fresh and inspiring personality to her presentations. She is Co-Founder of Nutrition For NON-Nutritionists™, and is a motivating presenter for corporate, professional, consumer and conference audiences.
Sue graduated from the University of Toronto, and is a member of the Dietitians of Canada, Ontario College of Dietitians, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (American Dietetic Association), and the Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals.
As a daughter of a Chinese chef, Sue grew up eating and cooking nutritious, wholesome food. She was an internationally certified fitness instructor for 13 years, and today enjoys cycling, Pilates and hot yoga.