Sarah West-Sadler BSc (Hons), PgDip, MBANT, CNHC
4 Station Approach
2-6 North Parade
Hello, I'm Sarah and thank you for visiting my profile.
If you are feeling below par, maybe lacking in energy, want to take charge of managing your weight for the long-term or you've visited your GP to be told that all the test results are normal but you still don't feel well, then making small adjustments to your diet and lifestyle could make all the difference. Your body needs the right balance of nutrients to perform at its best. Let me show you how eating a variety of wholesome, fresh foods can leave you feeling great and optimise your future health.
I am a Registered Nutritional Therapist with a background in food science and nutrition research.I am also a registered metabolic balance® practitioner, for those who need a personalised approach to managing their weight. I am passionate about the health benefits of eating a healthy, balanced diet and want to empower people to make food a priority in their busy lives. I am a busy, working mum of three children so the advice I offer is always realistic, practical and manageable.
I've worked in nutrition for over 10 years but it wasn't until I studied Nutritional Therapy that I started to really understand that making simple changes to what I ate everyday could really influence how I felt. At the time of starting Nutritional Therapy, I suffered from a range of symptoms including, mood swings, irregular bowel habits and fatigue (which I thought signalled the time for another strong cup of coffee!). I had also always struggled with maintaining a healthy weight and jumped on and off the diet band wagon, time and time again. I soon realised I had so much to learn and so my journey began (and still continues) to better health…
A combination of diet and lifestyle modifications might help with:
- Enhanced energy and vitality
- An awareness of foods that might make you feel unwell
- Achieving a healthy weight
- Improved gut function
- Better emotional and mental wellbeing
- Supporting hormone balance
- Healthy ageing
Training, qualifications & experience
PgDip in Nutritional Therapy, Worcester University 2014
BSc first class in Human Nutrition, Nottingham Trent University 2004. Dissertation: Effect of long-chain fatty acids upon cognitive function in children with Downs Syndrome.
Member of Guideline Development Groups for Overweight and Obesity in children and adults, NICE, London 2012-2014
Dietary Assessment Co-ordinator, MRC, Cambridge 2009-2012
I also attend regular BANT approved lectures to keep up-to-date with the latest nutrition science.
Areas of nutrition I deal with
- Adults and elderly adults
- Anaemia *
- Balanced diet
- Cancer *
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME *
- Coeliac disease
- Constipation *
- Crohn's disease *
- Diarrhoea *
- Digestive problems *
- Eczema *
- Fibromyalgia *
- Food allergy and food intolerance
- Healthy eating
- Healthy hair
- High blood pressure *
- High cholesterol *
- Infants and pre-school children
- Irritable bowel syndrome *
- Life stages
- Menopause *
- Migraine *
- Obesity *
- Osteoporosis *
- Polycystic ovary syndrome *
- Pregnancy and preconception
- Premenstrual syndrome *
- Psoriasis *
- Rosacea *
- Schoolchildren and teenagers
- Skin health and conditions *
- Sports nutrition
- Thyroid problems
- Tiredness *
- Weight gain
- Weight management
- Women's nutrition
* If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have one of the medical conditions starred above, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
£75.00 Initial Consultation (1 hour)
This is your time to talk and includes:
- a thorough review of your health history;
- past and current symptoms;
- a review of your diet and lifestyle habits;
- an action plan of realistic and sustainable changes to make until the follow-up consultation;
- your action plan will contain supporting literature, recipes and practical tips for making change.
£59.00 Follow-up consultation (45 minutes)
Time to share with you my findings based upon the information provided at the first consultation:
- an assessment of your diet and lifestyle habits and how they might contribute to your signs and symptoms;
- a review of your current symptoms;
- fine-tuning of your diet and lifestyle recommendations;
- supplements may be recommended when appropriate;
- functional testing may be offered to see how well your body is working and to inform the best course of action for nutritional intervention. Tests such as adrenal stress index test, food intolerance testing or a gut function test, may be offered.
£20.00 Telephone support (15 minutes)
Initial consultation + 2 follow-ups £180.00 *
*All fees reflect the extensive research carried out between consultations. Package options are to be paid for in full at the 1st consultation and should be redeemed within 6 months of the first consultation.
How many follow-ups will I need?
- A follow-up appointment is highly recommended to monitor and track progress; to fine-tune your recommendations and to further support and motivate you to continue to make change.
- The first follow-up should be scheduled after 2 weeks.
- Further follow-ups are recommended at 4-6 week intervals.
- The number of follow-ups recommended vary based upon your own, individual needs. This will be discussed at your initial consultation.
Type of session
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I offer daytime and evening appointments.