6 Nutrition Tutors Found Near Oxnard, CA

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Lisa W.

Nutrition Tutor

Canyon Country, CA 91351

Will travel 12 miles

$30 per hour.

4.92 91 ratings

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3-Rs or Adult Ed, Call Lisa!

With a degree in health sciences, I am well versed in the general principles of health wellness and nutrition. If you have specific nutritional needs, please see a dietitian, but if you want the basics, I am your gal. I enjoy engaging students with activities that promote cooperation, exploration and creative thinking. I can help your child focus and organize. With many years experience working with foster children and children with medical issues and developmental disabilities I know that patience, respect and encouragement are the keys to helping your special child learn, grow and thrive at [more]

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Chelsie W.

Nutrition Tutor

Camarillo, CA 93010

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.94 32 ratings

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Science Tutor (Gen. Chem, OChem, Biochem, Nutrition)

I recently graduation from Brigham Young University with my Bachelors Degree in Nutritional Science. I did extremely well in these classes procuring me academic scholarships while I was attending school. This major required me to take a variety of nutrition classes along with chemistry classes including a nutritional biochemistry class. I truly love this material. Previously I have been a nutritional science grader and have helped students in there classes and understanding of nutrition. I recently graduated from Brigham Young University with my Bachelor's degree in Nutritional Science. During [more]

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Bina K.

Nutrition Tutor

Camarillo, CA 93012

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Highly Qualified Teacher with M.A. and K-8 Teaching Certification

Having been a mom of a 19 year old, I do know a lot about health and nutrition. I enjoy healthy cooking and living a healthy lifestyle. I am always reading magazines such as Shape, Walking and Prevention to read up on new ways of exercising and nutrition. Teaching is my passion and I would like to take this opportunity to help students achieve their goal of being successful in school and in life. I have a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership, Bachelors in Public Administration and Teacher Certification of K-8 with Social Studies. I take my teaching and tutoring responsibilities very [more]

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Taryn S.

Nutrition Tutor

North Hollywood, CA 91601

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Taryn is a working Registered Dietitian

I received my Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition from Ohio State University. While at OSU I ran study groups to help tutor my fellow students. I currently work as a Registered Dietitian. I studied Human Nutrition/Dietetics at Ohio State University where I ran study groups with my fellow students. I love finding different ways to explain concepts to help others understand. That "light bulb moment" when they understand the concept is so rewarding. I currently work in private practice as a Registered Dietitian, which involved a lot of one on one nutrition education. I received a Bachelo [more]

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Lindsey M.

Nutrition Tutor

Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Doctoral level Tutor

I took nutrition classes in undergraduate as part of my premed track. Since then, I have maintained an interest in nutrition, have read many nutrition related books, and have personally seen a dietician to obtain more information. I have worked with several clients on developing their personal nutrition plan. Although I have been a working professional, I also consider myself to be a professional student as I have been in school straight through since preschool (for a total of 27 years)! I have two Master's degrees and completed three years of Doctoral classes in School Psychology and Clinica [more]

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Michael C.

Nutrition Tutor

Santa Monica, CA 90405

Will travel 12 miles

$48 per hour.

4.71 7 ratings

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Liberal Arts & Medical Smarts

Although there was no formal nutrition course in medical school, we were expected to learn the essential lipid soluble and water soluble vitamins and the clinical manifestations or either hypervitaminosis (excessive levels) or hypovitaminosis (malnourishment), which was especially relevant in biochemistry class. Plus there are many chemical reactions in the human body that use trace elements and vitamins as required cofactors in order to function properly. Surprisingly, vitamin levels are also important in dermatology (my medical specialty training) from vitamin D production in the skin from s [more]