Lisa Jubilee is a New York State Certified Dietician-Nutritionist, who has been counseling individuals on sustainable weight management and disease prevention for over 15 years. Her mission is to empower individuals to obtain healthy food relationships and to clearly understand the concept of food as medicine.
As a result of losing 28 pounds naturally and working in a popular weight loss center in grad school, where she observed clients repeatedly losing and regaining weight, Lisa chose to create a functional nutrition practice where what, why and how we eat are all part of the conversation.
In 2005, Lisa co-founded Living Proof Nutrition Strength Pilates, a private nutrition, HIST (high intensity strength training) and Pilates studio, located in midtown Manhattan.
As an advocate for mandated GM (genetically modified) food labeling, Ms. Jubilee had placed a strong emphasis on educating her clientele on the health advantages of avoiding GM foods. In October 2015, she partnered with Green Polka Dot Box, an online 100% GMO-Free grocery buying collective, offering clean food at discounted prices. As a result of this collaboration and the development of her new website, Lisa Jubilee Nutrition, Lisa’s dream of expanding her reach in educating and empowering communities and individuals on the power of clean eating was realized.
Through the implementation of behavior modification techniques and addressing each client’s specific eating and lifestyle tendencies, Lisa’s clients learn new habits and routines that contribute to a healthier body composition and immune system, increased vitality and a positive self image. Lisa tells her clients, “The most important decisions you will make for your health, are what you put on your fork, so choose well.”
Lisa has been featured in Eat This, Not That, The NY Post, Eat This, Weight Loss, Examiner, Pilates Style, Parenting Magazine, Time Out New York, Women’s Health, Amsterdam News, AM New York, The Network Journal and Black Enterprise.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Foods and Nutrition from Rutgers University and her Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics from New York University.