Don’t Be Fooled By Science, Hack Your Health with Evidence Based Medicine – Amy Lamotte, M.S. Nutrition

Clinical Nutritionist Amy Lamotte explains how to do research when trying to hack your health. She gives great tips on how to analyze data and understand studies in order to not be fooled by a “poor” study.


Amy Lamotte is the Managing Director of Vallotte Nutrigenomics Limited in Hong Kong. She is a clinical nutritionist and researcher specializing in personalized nutrition, nutritional genomics, nutrition for anti-aging, circadian biology, and the microbiome.

She has a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition (summa cum laude) from the University of Bridgeport and a J.D. from Yale Law School.

Amy is paving the way in the biohacking space with her knowledge, experience and love of science.


Amy Lamotte has a masters of science in nutrition and is not a medical doctor. This discussion and presentation provides scientific education and nothing on it is to be construed as medical advice or as a substitute to medical advice.


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