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About Patrick Moore, N.D., M.S.

Patrick Moore, N.D., has a Doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy along with a Master's Degree in Nutrition. He is the Director of Nutritional Science Associates and the creator of the nationally acclaimed anti-aging skin cream, Florencé.

He is a nutritional scientist with an extensive background in nutritional and botanical medicine. Patrick has studied alternative medicine therapies in China, India, Africa, Europe, and Mexico. He has trained under two of America's most prominent nutritional scientists, Shari Lieberman, PhD; and Robert Crayhon, M.S.

He has taught nutritional medicine in a Master's Degree Program in Experiential Health and Healing at The Graduate Institute in Connecticut; educated over 600 nurses at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Holistic nutrition; was the Chairman of the Community Advisory Board (CAB 2003-2010) at Yale for clinical trials and research on H.I.V.; and volunteered for the Elder-Health program for five years at Yale-New Haven Hospital. In addition, he earned a certification as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

He also serves as a nutritional fitness advisor to World Champion Taekwondo (Ct.), and to competitive Kickboxers and fitness seekers striving to trim fat, enhance performance, and improve health and well-being. He recently provided nutritional advice to Miss Teen Connecticut USA 2012, Logan West, who went on to achieve national fame by winning the national pageant competition, Miss Teen USA 2012, at an event in the Bahamas sponsored by Donald Trump. – A former high school and college athlete himself ( Baseball – Football – Crew ), he is currently training for a martial arts black belt under 4-Time Taekwondo World Champion, Grandmaster Seijin Park. In addition, he has led three fitness treks to Nepal reaching Mt. Everest base camp, Annapurna base camp, and Gokyo Peak and scaled Island Peak (21,200 ft.). On his trek to Mt. Everest, he had the distinct honor of meeting and spending time with the late Sir Edmund Hillary ( the first man to reach the top of Mt Everest), at a dedication ceremony for a new Buddhist Monastery in the magical Himalayan village of Tangboche near the base of Everest, the “rooftop of the world.”

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