Certified Lifestyle, Eating, and Performance (LEAP) Therapist (CLT) by Oxford Biomedical Technologies
Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN) by the Commission on Dietetic Registration
Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist (LDN) by the Florida Division of Medical Quality Assurance
Amanda Maucere, MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN, CLT
Education: Georgia State University
Amanda Maucere is the Wellness Dietitian for the Lung Health Institute. She is based at the Lung Health Institute’s Tampa, Fl. office. She joined the Lung Health Institute in February 2018.
Maucere earned a master’s degree from Georgia State University (Atlanta, Ga.) in health sciences with a nutrition concentration. She also earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia (Athens, Ga.) in biology and interdisciplinary studies with a marine science concentration.
She is a certified lifestyle, eating, and performance (LEAP) therapist from Oxford Biomedical Technologies. She also is a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) and a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN) from the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Maucere is a licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist (ND) by the Florida Division of Medical Quality Assurance.
She is currently the owner/head dietitian of Nutrition WOD, the premier nutrition resource for functional fitness athletes. Prior to joining the Lung Health Institute, Maucere held roles as a sports dietitian at U R CrossFit, a clinical dietitian at the Moffitt Cancer Center, a clinical dietitian with NuVista Living and a nutritionist.
She is skilled in diet and nutritional counseling of individuals and groups, developing nutrition protocols, and designing and implementing diet and nutritional programs.
She has military experience as well serving as an assistant navigator with the United States Coast Guard on the USCGC Mellon.
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