Sarah studied at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, achieving a diploma in naturopathic nutrition. This was three years of comprehensive training, including anatomy and physiology, biochemistry and nutrition, as well as gaining clinical experience. This has given her a thorough understanding of the functions of the body systems and nutritional support required for their optimal health. She is a professional member of BANT and registered with the CNHC.
What is BANT?
The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy is the UK's professional body for nutritional therapists and those working in the nutrition profession.
It represents the seal of excellence for nutrition health professionals in promoting the highest standards of education, training and qualification within Nutritional Therapy. See the website of BANT here
BANT provides a framework of support for its practitioners and guides them to follow best practice and appropriate Continuous Professional Development to ensure the safety of the public and the promotion of the best health outcomes for the people they see. This helps to generate public confidence and trust in the advice and support given by the qualified practitioner.
BANT also recommends that all nutrition professionals involved in providing advice to the public should come under the strictest regulation and actively encourages all members to register with the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council). Their website is here
BANT members also agree to abide by the BANT Code of Professional Practice. This Code is designed to ensure that members of the public receive a consistent, professional and safe experience when visiting a qualified Nutritional Therapist.