“Sarah is extremely knowledgeable and gives her clients the best nutritional advice based on the individuals end goals. She is firmly focused on empowering you with the right information to improve your overall health and well-being!”
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Holistic Nutrition focuses on how to heal the body as a whole. Using the latest scientific nutrition research, we will develop a plan that is bio-individualized for your body. There is no one diet or health food for everyone. My background is in genetics allows me to delve into a better understanding of each person’s body so we can work together to optimize your health. Not only will we focus on the best types of food to put in your body, but also the right tools to fill your mind, body, and spirit to achieve the best version of you.
When healing the body with a holistic approach, the body can rebalance from a variety of ailments including digestive issues, fatigue, hormonal imbalances, mental fog, weight issues, sleep disturbances, and autoimmune disorders.
For athletes, by eating a bio-individualized food plan, you will allow yourself to compete at the highest level physically. We will teach you how to fuel your body with the proper foods to perform at an elite level.
“Sarah helped me find balance in training for my last marathon!”
“Sarah is extremely knowledgeable. She helped me make the best changes/choices in my diet when I was struggling with what I had been doing. She helped me return my body to a state where proper digestion could take place. I have experienced increased energy levels and nutrient absorption since switching my dietary intake. I would recommend a consultation with Sarah to anyone with nutrition questions.”
SARAH DEVIDO, MSc
Health and Wellness Coach
I received my Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University with honors and a Master of Science degree from the University of North Carolina – Wilmington. My graduate research resulted in several publications in peer reviewed journals. I have worked as a scientist at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. My work at NIH was in the field of epigenetics – the study of how the environment affects gene expression.
With an interest in maintaining optimal health, I began investigating how nutrition plays a role in our gene expression (how well our body works to stay healthy). I furthered my nutrition knowledge as a scientific researcher at an Integrative Health Practice for over five years. Here I investigated the scientific literature making connections on how food and supplements can heal the body.
I am a certified nutrition coach and I continue to stay updated on the latest nutrition trends by attending Nutrigenomic and Integrative Health Conferences. Currently, I am enrolled in a Nutritional Therapist Program with the Nutritional Therapy Association. I am passionate about helping individuals maximize their health whether it is a high level athlete looking to optimize their performance or an individual wanting to improve their overall energy and fitness.
I am a recipient of the Department of Commerce 2007 Silver Medal for Leadership and I am a member of Phi Beta Kappa. I fuel my passions by working out, enjoying nature, traveling and spending time with my husband and son.