Sarah says that it’s fascinating to see that each of us has unique nutritional needs shaped by our lifestyle, dietary choices and genetics. This means that each individual needs their own individualised nutrition programme to support their health. Knowing that each client you work with will require a different approach is what keeps this work interesting! Of course, it is also amazing to see people recover from ailments and health issues they have been struggling with for years and thought they would have to continue to do so.
Sarah currently runs the Nutrition and Brain Food Clinic, based in Birmingham in the West Midlands, where she works with adults and children to develop individual nutritional programmes to support mental and physical health. Her key focus is on the link between gut bacteria, digestion, nutrient deficiencies and mental wellbeing.
Sarah says that it's great to be able to help people on their journey to understanding more about using nutrition as a tool for wellbeing. It is really satisfying when they share their ‘lightbulb’ moments with you and you can see that they really grasp the importance of what they are studying.
Sarah has a BSc in Nutritional Medicine and is also an experienced Gut and Psychology Syndrome Practitioner, having completed training with Dr Natasha Campbell McBride. She has also worked in health research at the Institute of Psychiatry and at Kings College, London.
Sarah has three children and lives in the West Midlands where she currently practices. She also looks after guide dog puppies until they are ready to become fully fledged guides.
- BSc Nutritional Medicine
- Gut and Psychology Syndrome Certification
- ITEC Diploma in Diet and Nutrition Theory
- BANT Member
- CNHC Registered