I am Sarah Bayliss a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist with over 200 hours of clinical experience, registered with the CHNC (Complementary and Natural Health Council) and BANT (British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy). I am passionate about nutrition and wellbeing and today work with individuals to help them make small changes to live better with food to feel and achieve their best.
What I offer:
Private nutrition consultation packages designed to achieve goals, support health concerns, and optimise nutritional status tailored to fit with your lifestyle. The consultation includes a comprehensive health review, diet and lifestyle review, plus analysis of any recent blood work. Based in Bristol, available to travel or consult over video conferencing.
I devise bespoke, nutrition and lifestyle plans tailored to fit your needs. Providing on-going support throughout your journey and tools, including meal plans, recipes, shopping guides. I may also support you with a bespoke supplementation plan and may recommend functional testing to further understand your unique biochemistry, identifying any underlying issues to deeper inform our programme.
Areas I have worked:
- Thyroid and adrenal health
- Hormonal health
- Digestion and IBS
- Cardiovascular health
- Sports nutrition and performance
- Diet review and adaptation
If you would like to work with me and understand how we can work together book your complimentary 15-minute discovery call CLICK HERE
My story starts with the question, “how good should you really feel”?
I graduated in London with a 1st class honours degree in marketing that led to a career in marketing and events. Fast-paced, long hours, stressful and highly demanding, I essentially was living for the weekends whereby I would reward myself with social drinking occasions with friends burning the candle at both ends. I was stressed, sleep-deprived, nutrient-deprived with erratic eating habits. Little did I know that my lifestyle and diet choice was driving poor digestion, poor sleep, fluctuations in weight and imbalanced hormones, as well as lower mental and physical performance.
During my career I stepped away from agency world to a corporate setting for a year. The job was a less stressful with less demands, I naturally shifted my eating behaviour with little effort, ate regular balanced meals, exercised and my overall health improved, I lost weight and felt great. The reduced stress and balanced eating spurred me on to consider health and wellbeing more seriously and understand more about my body.
In 2012 I fell pregnant with my daughter, we left London and moved to Bristol and this really was the beginning of my nutrition journey and shift in wellbeing. Carrying a child enabled me to reconsider my work and my health. My daughter was born in 2013, in 2016 I enrolled with the College of Naturopathic Medicine and studied Nutritional Therapy and have never looked back, I have over 200 hours of clinical experience and graduated with a distinction in Nutritional Therapy.
“I approached Sarah after getting to a point in life where I knew I needed to change my diet drastically to manage the pain and discomfort I suffer after eating, and after a thorough consultation she also explained she could help me reduce the anxiety I suffer through a diet change and taking relevant supplements as well. For the first time in my life I found that the changes were manageable and sustainable, and the change in how I feel now after eating spurs me on every day to stick to it – more energy, no pain and no discomfort! She has made a huge change to my life with her knowledge and expertise and I wouldn’t hesitate a second to recommend her to anyone needing nutritional advice and support.”Amy, Founder i.should.b
Sarah Bayliss Nutrition NT Dip (CNM)