Margaret Moss is an experienced, well-qualified nutritional therapist, who has also published research in medical journals.
She was one of the speakers at the second Health Hazards of Milk conference, organised by the British Society for Allergy, Environmental and Nutritional Medicine, and held in London in 2001.
She lectured at Primary Care 2002 at Birmingham Exhibition Centre. She ran workshops on cravings and addictions at the Food and Mood conference in London in 2003.
She has lectured to students and qualified nutritional therapists at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and the Plaskett College of Nutrition, and to students at the Centre for Nutrition Education and Lifestyle Management and the UK College of Nutrition and Health.
She has lectured on nutrition on other occasions to doctors, nutritional therapists and dieticians. She won a prize in the 1983 Action Against Allergy competition, with an essay on how we can reduce our exposure to toxins.
For years she was North-west Coordinator of the British Association for Nutritional Therapy. She is a Scientific Member of the British Society for Ecological Medicine omega replica. She lectured to this society on digestion, on cardiovascular health, and on hormones in 2012.
She is listed on the Index Copernicus of scientists and Marquis Who’s Who of Medicine. She is a Chartered Biologist and member of the Society of Biology.
She was short-listed for the Outstanding Practice Award for Complementary Therapy in 2003.