Miss Stephanie Moore is a Clinical Nutritionist who also has a background in psychotherapy and life coaching. She has a special interest in digestive health and eating disorders. As a trained psychotherapist she is able to work with psychological and physiological issues to overcome health and fitness concerns and maximise health and wellbeing.
Stephanie is also an author and health coach. With a degree in nutritional medicine and a Masters degree in counseling and psychotherapy she combines both skill sets to help people with all kinds of health issues, both physical and psychological. Stephanie has worked as a natural health therapist for over 30 years, specialising in optimizing well-being through maximizing gut health by making changes to diet and lifestyle. With a background in neuro-muscular and remedial massage therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, Bowen technique and personal fitness training, Stephanie is able to offer a comprehensive assessment of her patients’ health issues and then provides detailed, personalised health programmes to address the individual’s health concerns.
Stephanie is head of nutrition at Grayshott Medical Spa where she oversees a radical 7-day digestive health regime that she co-developed 8 years ago. Stephanie’s gut health protocol is the inspiration behind GutGastronomy, a cookbook based on her gut healing philosophy. Stephanie also holds nutritional therapy clinics in Surrey and London including an eating disorders clinic one day a week.
Why Eating Less & Exercising More Makes You Fat
Stephanie writes a health blog, is often featured in the media as a health expert and published her first book in 2017: ‘Why Eating Less & Exercising More Makes You Fat!’, which explains why conventional weight loss advice fails and what to do instead to achieve permanent health and weight loss goals. Stephanie has co-authored a new book on SuperFoods with doctor of biochemistry and health campaigner, Dr James DiNicolantonio, to be published in 2020.
Stephanie is also working with a team of breast cancer surgeons and researchers from The Royal Marsden to develop a breast cancer prevention programme for the NHS and is researching her new book on learning to love your wrinkles and the psycholgical and physical cost of trying to reverse ageing.