<B>About Sarah<B> #01Sarah is a fully qualified Registered Nutritional Therapist, having graduated from Thames Valley University with a degree in Nutritional Medicine in 2010. She sees clients of all ages on a one to one basis, and is passionate about helping them to make the connection between diet and health. Sarah is also the very first metabolic balance® certified practitioner in the Staffordshire, Shropshire and West Midland areas (see the menu for more information on this exciting new program).


As a mother of two young children, Sarah is particularly interested in children's diets. She is a firm believer that the right kind of diet can improve their mood, learning and behaviour, so that they can achieve at school, and improve their chances of reaching their potential. Sarah appreciates the challenges faced by parents as they try to navigate their way through the bewildering amount of nutritional advice in the media. Many rely on their GP or health visitor for answers, however their training only covers basic nutrition and most are simply unaware of the powerful potential of dietary adjustment.

Over the years our diets have changed to keep pace with our hectic lifestyles and our reliance on processed foods is playing havoc with our physical and mental health. Sadly, it seems food manufacturers value profits over health and they cannot always be relied upon to give the consumer all the information they might like about ingredients or production methods.

Sarah will help you to make sense of it all. Using the latest scientific evidence together with a good dose of common sense and practicality to bring you ideas on how to put healthy eating in to practice to fit in with yours and your family's lifestyles.


Whatever your goal, changing your diet is a powerful tool that is accessible to all.


Sarah is a full member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT). This is the professional body representing Nutritional Therapists

She is also a member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). The CNHC is a Government-sponsored, voluntary registration body for complementary healthcare practitioners. Its key function is to provide access to a list of practitioners who have been assessed as meeting national standards of competence and practice. General Practitioners are advised to recommend patients who are seeking complementary therapies to consult with practitioners on this register.


Sarah is also fully insured, first aid trained, CRB checked, and committed to a program of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to ensure she stays up to date with the latest nutrition science and methods of safe practice.






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