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Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown

I’m Sarah – I’m a qualified nutritional therapist and functional medicine practitioner specialising in digestive health, hormone imbalances, weight management and energy disorders.

Following a career in marketing and recruitment, I trained to become a nutritional therapist, qualifying in 2012. I now hold a diploma from the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition, as well as a BSc in Nutritional Therapy from the University of West London. I am registered with CNHC, ensuring that I work to a strict code of conduct and my professional knowledge and development is constantly up-to-date.

For the past five years, I have worked with clients who experience a range of health conditions, including digestive discomfort, energy imbalances and chronic health disorders, as well as sports enthusiasts looking to improve their performance. I currently combine my work in clinical consultancy in Surrey with writing commitments and specialised nutrition consultancy for the consumer and corporate markets.

Accreditations / Professional Body

  • Registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
  • BSc in Nutritional Therapy, University of West London
  • Diploma in Nutritional Therapy, Institute for Optimum Nutrition
  • Metabolic Balance Practitioner
  • Registered Map My Gut practitioner

Why yorktest?

Before qualifying as a nutritional therapist, I used yorktest to successfully help relieve my digestive symptoms. Now, I’m delighted to be working with the market leader in IgG testing helping customers to understand their reactions to food and supporting them through their programmes.

What are the highlights of your role?

Hearing the change in a customer’s tone during our phone consultation is hugely satisfying. Many start off nervous and unsure that they can follow the programme but, by the end of the 30-minute call, they are confident and excited at the prospect of making changes. It’s even more rewarding receiving feedback that those changes have often led to dramatic improvements in symptoms.