Core areas of expertise:
Hi, I’m Sarah!
I am an AfN Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) with a special interest in gut health, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and improving our relationship with food. I take a non-judgmental, person-centred approach working in collaboration with clients to empower them with the tools they need to improve the health of their gut and their relationship to food.
Due to personal experience with IBS, I am passionate about taking a full 360 approach to the management of individual symptoms (hint, it’s rarely just the food!) while helping people to improve their relationship with food, which often takes a hit with all the futile exclusion diets pushed at us on google with the hope of symptom relief.
I see time and time again how diet culture plays on our insecurities to take our money leaving us with bogus diet products, zero results and feeling even worse about ourselves. Many of my clients come to me experiencing emotional eating, poor body image, food fear and have experienced some sort of binge restrict cycle as a result of years of unsuccessful yo-yo dieting which may or may not be accompanied by uncomfortable gut symptoms and are fed up. It’s my passion to help clients to ditch the diet mentality, to improve their relationship with food and themselves and to take control of their IBS once and for all.
I provide online nutrition consultations via Zoom. Specialisms: - Intuitive eating - Gut health - Body image -
Nutrition BSc - Queen Margaret University Edinburgh
Body image training Health psychology workshop,
A weight inclusive approach to IBS Intuitive eating and the non-diet approach Pre and postnatal nutrition
How it works
Choose the best nutritionist for you.
Request a call back if you need help
Book and pay for your initial assessment.
Guarantee: Full satisfaction guaranteed.
If you are not happy with your first appointment you'll receive a free session with a different nutritionist
‘Sarah helped me understand that our eating habits are also triggered by multiple factors: stress, emotions such as feeling tired or sad, our lifestyle in general (having a fast- paced work schedule) as well as hunger! by not getting enough nutrients along the day.