Lisa Jubilee

Lisa Jubilee

Nutritionist, Co-founder of Living Proof Nutrition Strength Pilates at Living Proof Inc

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301 Binney Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
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(617) 621-1800

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Nutritionist - Sutton Place Chiropractic


Bachelor's degree - Chemistry , Foods and Nutrition , Rutgers University



Master of Science - nutrition and dietetics and specialization , NYU

Masters - Nutrition and Dietetics , New York University

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5 Types Of People Most Likely To Benefit From Intermittent Fasting... And 5 Who Should Avoid It | Prevention

Lisa Jubilee, CDN, co-founder of Living Proof Pilates in New York City, who follows time-restricted eating herself, believes that IF has multiple benefits for many people, though there are specific groups who should steer clear or work closely with a doctor.
"If you're not perfect and overindulge on dessert, you might think 'OK, I screwed up; now I'm going to go home and eat that bag of ginger snaps my kids left in the cabinet,'" says Jubilee. IF prevents you from going down that rabbit hole, because you're never worrying about what you're actually "allowed" to eat; instead, you just concentrate on sticking to your fast schedule. ( See why it's good to occasionally take a break from your diet.) You're always hungry. Whether you're a speedy eater who overeats before your brain gets the message that you're full or you just never seem to be satisfied, IF might help. "When you're not eating all the time, your hunger hormones don't need to be released that often," says Jubilee. When your weight loss efforts have plateaued, IF may serve to kick-start your metabolism, says Jubilee. "Your body learns that if there's no glucose available for fuel there are fat stores to burn for fuel instead," she says. "People with a history of eating disorders involving restriction or binging and purging should avoid this way of eating," says Jubilee. "Psychologically, it could mimic a restrict and binge phase" and become a trigger for your disorder to flare up. (Anorexia and bulimia aren't the only eating disorders. Here are 5 that you may not have heard of.) You're pregnant or planning to become pregnant soon. Hopefully this one is a no-brainer, but pregnancy is not usually the time to focus on shedding fat, says Jubilee. Unless your doctor has instructed you otherwise, focus on getting good nutrition throughout the day, every day. You're on meds that need to be taken with food in the morning and before bed. This isn't always a deal breaker, says Jubilee, since you might be able to take a few tablespoons of butter or coconut oil with your meds to ease their absorption without upsetting your stomach or your fasting schedule.

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Features : H-Texas Magazine

"Without an attainable, detailed action plan in place, you won't make it to the finish line," says nutritionist Lisa Jubilee, MS, CDN, a cofounder of Living Proof Nutrition Strength Pilates in New York.
"It's also important that the strategic steps be things that you're willing and able to work into your schedule. If you spend long hours on the job, for example, telling yourself you'll cook every night will only set you up for failure. "It's more effective to be consistent," she says, opting for modest vows you can live with (say, two home-cooked meals a week) rather than lofty ones you can't. There's a physiological downside to grazing as well: "When you continually eat throughout the day, your body has no reason to tap into fat reserves for fuel," Jubilee explains. "A healthy diet is about balance, not extremes," adds Jubilee.

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Uncover Sri Lanka - Every Thing you need to know

Throughout sleep, the brain releases human growth hormone (hGH) into the bloodstream," explains Lisa Jubilee, MS, CDN, founder of Living Proof NYC This occurs through the initial stage of sleep, but for the duration of middle age the body produces less hGH.

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