Author, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), radio host, television presenter, and a certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Rebecca Turner has extensive broadcast and print media experience; specializing in creating multi-media content on diet and nutrition for the general public and competitive athletes.
Through print, TV, and radio, Rebecca Turner strives to provide sensible nutrition advice to a statewide and national audience. Lending her talents to Mississippi Public Broadcasting's healthy eating show, Fit to Eat and the Emmy Award-winning children's show, Ed Said. Monthly, Rebecca Turner appears on WLBT / FOX 40-TV as a wellness expert and creates nutrition based features for national publications.
Rebecca Turner zealously spreads the message of her published book, Mind Over Fork, which aims to enlighten the reader that as you think, so you eat. (Proverbs 23:7)
Weekdays, you will find Rebecca Turner hosting her statewide talk radio show, Good Things with Rebecca Turner, on SuperTalk Mississippi.
Rebecca Turner graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with both a bachelor and master of science degree in nutrition and food systems. In 2012, she was awarded the Mississippi Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year and received the Circle of Excellence Award from SUDIA in 2014.
When Rebecca Turner is not on your radio or TV spreading a message of well-being and spotlighting the good things, you'll find her testing her physical abilities. After accomplishing two marathons, dozens of half-marathons, and countless 5K, Rebecca Turner has turned to the weight room to challenge her inner and outer strength.
Rebecca Turner finds pure satisfaction in pushing the boundaries of her body and the world's view of "feminine fitness." RARRR!! is a mindset that manifests itself in physical form. When you refuse to give up or give in, and you give 110% there is only one thing your body can do in return --- RARRR!! ---