Margaret Moss MA UCTD DipION MBANT CBiol MSB

Margaret Moss MA UCTD DipION MBANT CBiol MSB

11 Mauldeth Close
Heaton Mersey


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11 Mauldeth Close
Heaton Mersey


About me

Margaret is an experienced nutritional therapist, who has published many articles on food and nutrition, for example in The Lancet, The International Journal of Cardiology, The Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, Functional Nutrition, Watchfit and Foods Matter. She has given talks and lectures to many groups, including doctors, nutritional therapists, dieticians, nutrition students and schoolchildren.

She provides advice for adults and children, based on a thorough assessment and discussion of an individual's problems and needs. Biochemical tests are recommended when appropriate.

She is a member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy, and has contributed articles on Health Hazards of Sugars, Responding to the Catastrophe at Fukushima and on Lectins to the BANT Newsletter.

She has assessed many articles sent in by their authors to various medical and nutritional journals.

Some of Margaret's own research is summarised on her website.

Training, qualifications & experience

Margaret is a Cambridge University MA, who trained as a teacher of the deaf at Manchester University. She taught in Kenya, Britain and Zimbabwe.

Later she trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, obtaining a DipION in 1992. She is a Chartered Biologist, CBiol, and member of the Society of Biology, MSB. She is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, CNHC. She sees adults and children with a variety of chronic and complex problems.

The motto of her clinic is "science and compassion." She has lectured to nutritional therapy students at courses run by a variety of colleges.

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The initial consultation costs £60, and lasts about 90 minutes. The cost of follow-up consultations is calculated according to how long they take.

They are charged at the rate of £20 per half hour, with a maximum of £60.

Further information

Margaret arranges appointments flexibly, mornings, afternoons and evenings, Mondays to Saturdays. Home visits can be arranged. The cost will depend on where you live. Skype consultations are available where necessary, for example for those living outside the UK.

Margaret works near the M60 and M56 motorways. Stockport Intercity and Heaton Chapel and Burnage local railway stations are fairly close. The clinic is well served by buses, including the 42, 197, 42A and 84 from Manchester, and the 42, 197, 370, 22, 23, 23A and 24 from Stockport. Free parking is available.

Stockport, SK4 3NP

Type of session

Online nutrition support: Yes
Telephone nutrition support: Yes
Face to face nutrition: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: Unspecified


Daytime, evening, Saturday and bank holiday appointments can be arranged.