AI have a BS degree from the University of New Hampshire with a major in nutritional biochemistry.
I have an MS degree from Cornell university with a major in food science and nutrition.
I received a certification for health and wellness coaching in 2009.
I worked in the Food Pathology labs at MIT doing rat studies. All studies centered around whether or not a particular food additive may cause cancer. I have autopsied over 360 rats and I am familiar with anatomy and physiology, both in health and disease.
I currently write, edit, and produce a weekly podcast called "healing outside the box". I enjoy tutoring students in reading for comprehension and in writing.
I recently tutored a nursing student in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes. I also assisted her with identifying relevant lab work with her patients.
JEANNE TIBERIO, MS, Food Science and Nutrition
86 ESSEX STREET, APT 302
SALEM, MA 01970
M.S. 1980 Cornell University B.S. 1977 University of New Hampshire
Major: Food Chemistry Minor: Nutrition Major: Nutritional Biochemistry
Certified Health and Wellness Coach, March, 2009
2014 – 2017 Independent Podcast Host. Writer and producer of weekly podcast called Healing outside the box.
2009 - 2017 Health and Wellness Coach. Currently coaching wellness clients according to the protocol set forth by the wellcoaches Corp. Engaging in continuing education through their online network of education and training.
1998 Non-fiction Author. Vegetarian Homestyle Cooking, published by Appletree Press. 1998. Green on the inside, a Kindle e-book selection, 2013.
1987-1997 Cardiology Physicians, Inc, Salem, MA
Nutritionist working for a cardiology medical group. Provided Nutrition counseling on
Hyperlipidemia, Diabetes, and Weight loss.
1987-1989 Beverly hospital, Beverly MA
Registered Dietitian in a 220 bed hospital. Duties included screening for patients at nutritional risk, assessing nutritional status, providing dietary instructions, and documenting progress in medical record.
1980 –1982 Thomas J. Lipton, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N J
Food Scientist in the research and development laboratory. Planned and conducted research in new product development and new technology. Gained experience in food microbiology. Co-author of U.S. Patent on food acids in the Wishbone salad dressing line.
1976 –1977 Nutrition Pathology laboratory, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, MIT. Cambridge, MA
Laboratory technician for a Nutritional Pathology study with 300 laboratory rats. Conducted a 90 day toxicity study involving the dosing and evaluation of the enzyme, lactase, fed to 300 rats. Lactase was found to be non-carcinogenic in this study.
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