Gabrielle Morse is a specialist neurogastroenterology dietitian with a breadth of experience across gastroenterology conditions and an interest in women’s health, as well as lipid and metabolic health. Neurogastroenterology dietitians are specialists in digestive issues which arise due to a change in the communication between the gut and the brain (often referred to as the gut-brain axis). Digestive issues can include bloating, abdominal pain, reflux, constipation and diarrhoea.
She is frequently praised for her compassionate and holistic approach to client care and is skilled at tailoring bespoke nutritional plans for each client’s circumstances and needs. A passionate advocate for improving nutritional health for all individuals she supports; Gabrielle’s goal is always to support the client to achieve symptom relief, better quality of life and food freedom.
Gabrielle is an accredited BDA Work Place Ready dietitian and enjoys delivering workplace wellness workshops to provide evidence-based nutritional advice to the wider public and improve employees’ wellbeing, morale and performance. She has also featured in leading newspapers, like the Sunday Telegraph, with her advice on how to balance social eating with health goals.
Gabrielle also works at a world-leading hospital in London, which ensures she remains highly skilled and up-to-date with latest evidence. She is a guest lecturer at King’s College London, and frequently provides nutritional training to doctors, GPs, nurses and other allied healthcare professionals.