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About Sarah Hanratty

Sarah is a specialist practitioner at the Brain Food Clinic. She is a certified Gut and Psychology (GAPS) Practitioner and has a degree in Nutritional Medicine. Sarah helps people to overcome physical and mental health issues using bespoke nutritional protocols.

Nutritional support: PoTS and the autoimmune connection.

By |March 26th, 2019|

PoTS stands for Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. The symptoms of PoTS include lightheadedness, fatigue, dizziness, headache, anxiety, shortness of breath, nausea, digestive symptoms, fainting and occur mostly when standing up. It affects heart rate and blood pressure. However, symptoms can range in severity. The symptoms occur because the autonomic nervous system is dysfunctional. The autonomic […]

Why do I have loose stools?

By |March 7th, 2019|

Loose stools can be temporary; often due to an infection, irritation or during or after a course of antibiotics. Occasionally loose stools become a constant feature leading to discomfort, uncertainty and have a significant impact on day to day activities. Waste that moves quickly from your stomach to the toilet is usually due to a […]

Struggling to lose weight? Here’s why.

By |January 21st, 2019|

In my experience there are 5 reasons why people struggle to lose weight and none of them have to do with eating too many calories or not exercising enough.

I don’t agree with the theory of laziness or lack of self control when it comes to weight gain and inability to shift extra pounds. I know […]

Understanding your child’s eating issues.

By |January 17th, 2019|

When a child refuses to to eat or will only eat a limited selection of foods they are usually labelled ‘fussy’. There are three main reasons that a child is a selective eater and here we help you to tease out the different issues to identify what is affecting your child’s appetite for food.

Could there […]

Functional Testing: Depression

By |December 3rd, 2018|

Physiological factors can affect the way we think and feel. Mental health issues can have a physical cause. Of course, there are life circumstances that can lead to depression but what about depression with no known cause? 

You can run functional lab tests to find out which physiological factors could be influencing your mood and well-being. These […]

Why does heartburn or GERD worsen in winter?

By |December 3rd, 2018|

As the darker days draw in some people find their symptoms of GERD and acid reflux worsen. If this happens to you it is worth finding out if you have adequate levels of vitamin D. Levels of vitamin D will naturally fall over the winter months when we have less exposure to sunshine. Research suggests […]

Nutrition: Managing stress at Christmas

By |December 3rd, 2018|

Battling through the loft to find the decorations, shopping, more shopping, nights out, working out whether to use Nigella’s or Jamie’s sprout recipe (Nigella, every time)? School concerts, getting excited children to SLEEP, remembering to move the Elf each night. Or maybe you have stress of a different kind – eating food and drink that […]

Top 3 supplements to support children’s health

By |November 21st, 2018|

Parents need children’s supplements to be effective but we need them to taste good too.  The daily battle of parents cajoling, bribing and sometimes begging their child to take their supplements is not to be relished.

Here are some of my favourite supplements for children:

1.Biocare Red Berry Melts

A perfect blend of tasty berries and good bacteria […]

Anxiety: Clues from an Organic Acid Test (OAT).

By |November 17th, 2018|

An Organic Acid Test (OAT) measures by-products of cellular metabolism in a urine sample. These metabolites give us an insight into different processes in our body. These metabolites can give us an indication of levels of gut bacteria, yeasts, effectiveness of mitochondrial function, detoxification, levels of oxalates and some neurotransmitter levels too.

The Organic Acid Test can […]

Do you struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? 

By |November 17th, 2018|

Low levels of vitamin D might be the cause. 

We get very little vitamin D from food, sunlight is our main source. Vitamin D is crucial staying well and fighting of the winter bugs but it is also important for serotonin production. This is the neurotransmitter that helps us to feel calm and happy. Vitamin D […]