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Margaret Moss, MA Biography

Director of the Nutrition and Allergy Clinic in Greater Manchester, UK
Con to the question "Is Drinking Milk Healthy for Humans?"

“Milk is a complex mixture of substances, some desirable, and others most definitely not. Avoiding milk is a health benefit, not a hazard, so long as you have a modest amount of calcium from a good quality supplement.”

(“How to Get Your Nutrients on a Milk-Free Diet,” Go Dairy (accessed Sep. 17, 2007)

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Director, Nutrition and Allergy Clinic in Greater Manchester, UK
  • Former Regional Coordinator, British Association of Nutritional Therapists
  • Scientific member of the British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM)
  • Member, Institute of Biology (MIBiol), 2004
  • Nutritional Therapy Council, Registered Practitioner, 2006
  • DipION (Nutrition Consultant’s Diploma), Institute for Optimum Nutrition, 1992
  • CBiol MIBiol (Chartered Biologist and Member of the Institute of Biology), Institute of Biology, 2004
  • MA, University of Cambridge, 1971
  • BA, Mathematics and Logic, University of Cambridge, 1967
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