Margaret Moss, MA, UCTD, DipION, CBiol, MIBiol
Margaret is a Master of Arts in maths and logic from Cambridge University in Britain. She trained to teach the deaf at Manchester University. She taught in Kenya, Zimbabwe and England. She was head of two boarding high schools in Kenya, and Deputy Head of a large school for the deaf in Zimbabwe. She trained as a nutrition consultant at the pioneering Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London. She has investigated the causes of coronary heart disease, cancer and multiple sclerosis, and biochemical issues in chronic fatigue, autism, fibromyalgia, and other chronic conditions. She has investigated nutritional deficiencies caused by many drugs. She has published her original research in The Lancet, The International Journal of Cardiology and The Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. She has written many articles for the public. She has lectured to doctors, health care workers, and students, and given talks in schools, colleges and to the public. She has broadcast on various TV and radio stations in Zimbabwe and Britain. She runs an international nutrition clinic mainly for those with complex chronic problems, seeing clients in person and on Zoom and Skype, and providing individually tailored advice. The motto of her clinic is science and compassion.