Marina Savelyeva is a Registered Dietitian in Orange County, CA. Also, Marina is Board Certified nutrition support dietitian by ASPEN.
She has over 13 years of professional experience. Her career includes collaborating with Bariatric Surgeons and providing diet and lifestyle counseling for patients scheduled for Gastic Bypass, Sleeve Gastrectomy or Lap-Band Procedures.
Marina is currently serving the inpatient population in a renowned hospital in Newport Beach. She interfaces with physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals to expertly manage inpatient nutrition care. Her assessments are tailored to optimize medical treatment and to address patient's individual nutrition needs.
Marina Savelyeva received her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science from California State University in San Bernardino in 2005. She successfully completed a required 10 month dietetic internship and supervised practice at Glendale Memorial Hospital, before sitting for her boards.
Corporate Wellness seminars for employees: (Shimano, Boeing, Prankl, CP Carillo), 2016-2019
Presented the educational lecture “Pancreas: Insufficiency, Surgery - What Dietitians Need to Know”
for California Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference, Orange and Inland Empire Districts, 2019
White Coat, Medical TV show, guest speaker for 4 Episodes, 2018
Conference Speaker: Wound Care Conference and Medical Surgical Conference at Hoag Hospital, Newport Beach, 2010-2013
Presented "Wound/Pressure Ulcer Nutrition Therapy" lecture for dietetic interns, Cal State San Bernardino, 2014-2017
Developed and conducted 3 lectures for Physician Assistant at California Baptist University:
“Gut Nutrition: What Physician Assistants Need to Know", 2018, 2019
"What Physician Assistants Need to Know: Malnutrition, Vitamins, Minerals and Nourishment", 2018
"Nutrition During Life Cycle, Wellness, Weight Management, and Tobacco Use", 2018
Developed and conducted 2 nationwide live webinar for Sodexo:
“Pancreas: Insufficiency, surgery - what dietitians need to know”, 08/2016 (level 2)
“Upper GI Surgeries – what dietitians need to know”, 02/2017 (level 2)
To eat or not to eat?
Are you interested in eating healthy, keeping fit, and staying well? Whether you have a specific objective like losing weight, reducing high cholesterol or you're looking for overall ways to stay fit and healthy, a Registered Dietitian can help you find your way through health and nutrition claims and design a personalized nutrition program.