Miranda Harris, MSc, SFHEA
University of Worcester, England.
Miranda is Senior Lecturer/researcher in the School of Allied Health and Community at the University of Worcester leading in Research Methods and Dissertations on the Nutritional Therapy MSc. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).
Miranda is a Registered Nutritionist MSc with 12 years’ experience in sports performance and optimal health. She is a member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). Miranda is an emerging researcher working collaboratively with MSc students and staff to publish work in the field of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine, as well as progressing her own research towards a PhD. She is an Expert Reviewer for the Nutrition Evidence Database. She has recently presented student research at the RCCM and the ECIM.
Published research: Whittaker W & Harris MD (2022) Low-carbohydrate diets and men’s cortisol and testosterone: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutrition & Health
Broomfield H, Harris MD & Goldie J (2022) Could Probiotic Supplements Be an Effective Intervention to Reduce Hypertension? A Systematic Literature Review. Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine 7(3) Harris MD & Benbow A (2021) Evaluating the effectiveness of Nutritional Therapy in the McClelland Teaching Clinic at the University of Worcester. Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine 6(3) Bold J, Harris MD, Fellows L & Chouchane M, (2020) Nutrition, the digestive system and immunity in COVID-19 infection. Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench, 9(331). Research involvement: Systematic reviews and meta-analysis: Supplements around exercise and post-prandial testosterone and cortisol: Evaluating online food programmes for different health conditions and varying dietary approaches with behaviour change strategies. Nutritional knowledge, attitude and behaviour in health conditions and sport.