Lester Moore is a chemist, author and photographer. Working side-by-side with his wife Michelle, Les has been coaching people since 2008 on the keys to living infection-free naturally. The combination of Les’s chemistry training with Michelle’s microbiology experience created a unique and formidable team to help people understand how to recover from infections and regain their health.
As a professional research and analytical chemist at Atrix Laboratories, Les spent 17 years developing and testing antibiotic and medical device products. He helped design novel drug delivery systems based on biodegradable polymers and developed and validated Gas Chromatography (GC) and other analytical test methods for the antibiotic doxycycline and other drug products. Les also co-authored sections of New Drug Applications (NDA) for submission to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for drug product approvals.
As a natural health advocate, Les continued to educate himself about holistic health, nutrition, sports medicine and essential oils. Les and Michelle co-founded Embrace Health, Inc. in 2007 to help others find holistic ways to overcome chronic bacterial challenges.
Media Coverage and Authored Books
Les and Michelle have been interviewed on KRFC Radio by Doctor Judi Gerstrung: Staph, MRSA & Healthcare. Les and Michelle collaborated to write several self-published books on holistic infection support and nutritional health, including the books MRSA Secrets Revealed, C. difficile Treatments & Remedies, and Immune-Boosting Recipes and Foods.
Education and Published Research
Les holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in chemistry from Oral Roberts University. He is named in two abstracts, pertaining to medical devices:
An Injectable Biodegradable Drug Delivery System Based on Acrylic Terminated Poly (ϵ-Caprolactone). L. A. Moore, R.L. Norton, S.L. Whitman, G.L. Yewey, R.L. Dunn. Oral presentation, Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting, 18-22 May 1995, San Francisco, CA, Abstract No. 186.
Development and Characterization of Novel Bioerodible Drug Delivery Systems Containing Doxycycline. L. A. Moore, J. Barrall, C. Yarborough, R. Grousnick, R. Bawa. Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting, 28 April – 02 May 1999, Providence, RI, Abstract No. 437.