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Clare Moran MSc RNutr


Registered Nutritionist

Clare Moran Nutrition
Ashton Keynes / Virtual,
United Kingdom

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Sliding Scale Available
Additional information about where I can practice: In-person appointments in Oxford, UK
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Fat Liberation, ND Affirming, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Age Groups Served:
- Children (birth through 12 years)
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

You deserve to live in your body free from judgement. You deserve to decide what is important to you and your health. You deserve compassionate support. You deserve freedom around food – and I’m here if you would like help to find it. My approach is to embrace health diversity as health can mean different things to different people. Food and diet are not one size fits all and can be tailored to you and your needs. I am a lover of all bodies and am HAES™ (Health at Every Size) aligned, which means that I look for ways for you to improve your health without body discrimination. I draw on intuitive eating principles. Intuitive eating is not a weight loss plan! If you prefer not to name it (after all the goal is to find freedom from any food regime) then intuitive eating provides practical tools to access a non-diet approach. My role is not to educate or preach, but to guide and help you navigate your way to a happy, relaxed, guilt-free food-life. If we come across any road bumps that I feel are beyond my scope of practice I will refer you to the appropriate health professional. With your consent and willingness, we will explore your eating habits and behaviours, but you will not be required to track what you eat. Our first session starts with asking about your food history . We all have our own unique food story and it is an important part of the process for me to listen to yours.

About Me & My Practice

Food has always been a language I understand – a source of joy and happiness, fuel and function. My purpose is to help people understand their unique food story and bring a sense of peace and understanding to the role they want food to play in their lives. Like many people, I have been trapped in cycles of dieting throughout my life in attempts to make my body smaller. More recently, ‘wellness’ has become the new language for the same old restrictive eating in the name of health. A light-bulb moment was realising that eating behaviours that would be diagnosed as disordered eating in someone with a smaller than average body were being actively prescribed to people with larger than average bodies. If you have ever counted almonds, or think of foods in numbers and points, or take your own food to parties, you have experienced this too! To me, this all felt unjust, wholly unethical and harmful. I have a keen interest in weight stigma and the way social factors negatively affect health outcomes. I have explored how health is something for all bodies, and how nutrition science is messy and nuanced, not simply ‘eat less, move more’. Food and eating really is so much more – it is social, relational, cultural and spiritual. Fast forward to now, and I have a fire in my belly and passion in my heart to defy diet culture and nutritionism: food freedom is our human right!

Accessibility Considerations

In-person sessions (Faringdon Clinic, Oxfordshire, UK) lacks wheelchair accessibility due to steps.

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