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Sarah Burkhart

Sarah Burkhart

Sarah Burkhart is a registered nutritionist with a BSc (human nutrition and physiology) and MSc (human nutrition). Sarah has over 6 years experience working with individuals, groups and writing in the field of nutrition. She enjoys educating the public on the benefits of healthy eating as well as working in sports nutrition. She is currently concentrating on completing her PhD and enjoys road cycling and pilates in her spare time.

Recent articles by Sarah Burkhart

Eczema And Diet

Jan 17, 2012

The best advice for eczema sufferers is to try and eat a balanced diet.

Copper Toxicity - A Copper-Free Diet

Jan 12, 2012

Our bodies need a number of nutrients, including minerals to function effectively. One of these important minerals is copper.

Eczema: What You Need to Know

Jan 12, 2012

Eczema is a common condition in which changes occur to the skin. It can be uncomfortable and embarrassing to the sufferer.

Nutrition And Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Dec 19, 2011

Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS as it is commonly known is a debilitating, and often frustrating health condition to have.

Why Women Need Calcium

Dec 16, 2011

Calcium is a mineral important to everyone, especially women. Calcium plays an important role in bone health.

How Much Exercise Do I Need?

Dec 2, 2011

We all know that exercise is good for us, but just how much should you be doing?

Fad Diets: What Are They and Do They Work?

Nov 23, 2011

Unfortunately sustainable weight loss does not occur quickly and this often leads to trying a fad diet.

How to Gain Weight

Nov 17, 2011

In today’s society we tend to focus on how to lose weight, but there are many individuals who are trying to gain weight. It is possible to gain weight with the right foods and fluids.

Glycemic Index vs. Glycemic Load

Nov 15, 2011

The glycemic index has been used very successfully by many individuals for weight loss and regulating blood sugar levels. But should you consider the glycemic index or the glycemic load?

Healthier Habits – How to Stay on Track

Nov 14, 2011

Starting a new diet or regime can be the easy part – sticking with it long term can be where it starts to get hard. So, how can you stay on track with your healthier habits?

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