Dr. Amy Lee
Dr. Amy Lee has dedicated her entire professional life to being on the cutting edge of human health. And her reputation reflects that: She’s given medical talks for HBO, Hulu, PBS, and UCLA’s famed “Vital Signs” series.
Dr. Lee attended the University of Washington, Seattle for her undergrad degree, followed by four years in Champaign-Urbana/Peoria, IL for her medical degree. She did her internal medicine residency at USC in Los Angeles.
At UCLA, Dr. Lee worked with renowned endocrinologist, David Heber, and internist, Zhaoping Li, who taught her everything about obesity medicine. She eventually accepted a fellowship training position in medical nutrition at the Center of Human Nutrition at UCLA. She and her colleagues ran clinical trials on weight control methods, including thermogenic weight loss aids. Their work was published in the medical journal, Nutrition & Metabolism.
Dr. Lee is currently board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and is a member of the National Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists and the American Board of Obesity Medicine. She constantly draws on this considerable knowledge for everything she creates with Nucific.
Dedicated to understanding exactly how food behaves in your body, Dr. Lee also serves as Chief Medical Officer for more than 30 nutrition clinics in Southern California.”
In addition, she educates the community via corporate wellness seminars, weekend community seminars, and health and nutrition conferences.
Her goal is to standardize a diet plan that is evidence-based through educating her patients and providing an individual plan that works at a personal level.
As Nucific’s Head of Nutrition, Dr. Lee uses a unique combination of powerful digestive treatments, careful nutrition adjustments, and cutting-edge enzyme activators to help you achieve the body and life you deserve.
Our mission is to offer cutting-edge products backed by science that can help your body operate at its prime level, the way it was designed to.
Nucific was founded on the principle that the body is meant to consistently operate at its peak performance. In this day and age, we often lack essential nutrients. This means many of us are not as healthy as we should be.
We all know that exercise and a proper diet can help us live a longer, healthier life. It’s no secret that diet and exercise can create longevity. However, it has become increasingly difficult and pricey to find foods that provide quality vitamins and nutrients. This often results in a diet that is unbalanced and not up to nutritional standards.
We also understand that joining a gym and remaining fit is increasingly difficult to juggle with our busy schedules. That is why we at Nucific believe in enhancing your diet with pure, breakthrough nutritional products.
With that said, not just any supplement will cut it. The same discretion that we use when choosing foods that are not GMO’s or full of hormones is the same discretion that we must use when consuming supplements. Many supplements and vitamins are made with synthetics or fillers, and processed in facilities that don’t follow the essential guidelines for safety.
Recent Features by Dr. Amy Lee
- WSYX-TV: Tips to avoid letting healthy habits slip during the holidays
- KATU-TV: Mental health professionals urge people to prepare emotionally for ‘social freeze’ period
- KSNV-TV: Wellness Wednesday
- Eat This, Not That!: What Happens To Your Body When You Walk Every Day
- Eat This, Not That!: These 10 Things Will Help You Lose Weight, Doctor Says
- US News + World Report: Lockdowns Can Widen Kids’ Waistlines – Here’s How to Curb That
- Real Simple: 6 Smart Snacking Tips That’ll Help You Stave Off Hanger
- NBC 7: Importance of Eating Healthy During a Pandemic, as Explained by Nutritionist
- KWKT-TV: The Best Immune Boosting Foods