Sarah Ewels

Special Interest in Gut Issues & Food Intolerances

I’m extremely passionate about helping people who are struggling with how they physically feel and want to make changes to their diet and lifestyle in order to feel their best, but don’t know where to start.

My own food intolerances as a child opened my eyes to learn how food could influence health and symptoms. I now love to use my own knowledge and experience to support my clients to improve their own health with changes to their eating.

I thrive on learning – from reading, listening, watching, thinking and reflecting, but particularly value what I learn from my clients. I am able to use my training in Medical Science to understand the research and create simple strategies to help my clients apply the knowledge into their daily habits

I respect that a wholistic approach to any health condition is important, not limited to a nutritious diet, but also gentle physical activity, stress management, quality sleep, chemical exposure in food and the environment, gut health and genetics, supplements (if indicated) along with self-care and compassion for the situation you’re in. If you would value someone to help make sense of your big picture, contact our team to learn how I can help.

Sarah can support you with the following conditions:

  • Gut issues: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), food intolerances (salicylates, amines, glutamate, preservatives, colours, flavour enhancers, dairy, gluten, soy, others), FODMAPs, abnormal bowel habits, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, diverticular disease etc.
  • Food chemical intolerance / FAILSAFE diet / RPAH Elimination diet (for range of symptoms involving the skin, respiratory, nervous, digestive systems etc.)
  • Food allergies
  • Coeliac disease

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