Meet SaraH Appleford
Bachelor of Health Science – Nutrition & Dietetic Medicine
Gut health, fussy eaters, skin conditions, solid food introduction, nutrient deficiencies and behaviour issues.
Clinical Nutritionist, Sarah Appleford, believes supporting your child nutritionally and educating them about the power of food and healthy lifestyle habits is one of the greatest gifts you can give.
Sarah has a strong desire to help remove the confusion and equip parents with the tools and knowledge to nourish their kids. She believes in preventive medicine rather opting for a Band-Aid solution to reduce symptoms. As such, Sarah wants to help uncover and treat the underlying cause of your child’s health issues.
In her downtime, she can be found in the kitchen or burying her head in health-related research. If she isn’t hanging out her family or on the beach, Sarah is thinking up new and innovative ways to inspire.
Sarah practices online seeing patients Australia-wide through her business Nutrition For Kids.
get to know Sarah
My first career path was in Interior Design and working with a Landscape Architecture firm.
A walk on the beach with my fur baby or meditating in a quiet place.
Small changes make a big difference! Instead of wanting to change everything all at once, start with small tweaks to create positive habits that you can build on.
I love working with families who are motivated to make sustainable changes. Fussy eaters and kids with gut issues are always a favourite of mine.
Herbal tea – you’ll be hard pressed to find me without a mug in hand.
I’ve been fortunate to have travelled extensively. As a city, Copenhagen is one of my favourites. As a holiday destination, you can’t get better than the Maldives.
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Remove the pressure and encourage your children to listen to their bodies. Encourage your child to take note of how food feels in their belly, teach them how to breathe to calm their mind and allow them to eat according to their innate appetite cues.