About Sarah

I'm Sarah, health coach, trained pastry chef and full-time sick person. I've had gastroparesis and dysautonomia for about 7 years now. I've always been creative, in my training as a pastry chef I learned all sorts of cool stuff.

We made cakes and bread but also turned marzipan into pieces of fruit and sugar into castles. After I became ill, I didn't really do anything creative for years. Last winter, I really did not cope very well at all. I knew I had to do something creative again. Only problem?

My joints are pretty prone to subluxing (that's dislocating but not really), so is my sternum. So knitting and crocheting were out. Anything that taxes my fingers too much wouldn't be great either. I ended up doing a painting and drawing course. Perfect for my body and my mental health.

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About Sarah

Sarah's a certified health coach and trained as a pastry chef. She graduated from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2015 after being diagnosed with gastroparesis and dysautonomia. 

Her step by step systems help other spoonies combine going gluten-free with their other dietary restrictions, apply systems to use their spoons well and get support.  

Oh, and after going gluten-free, she learned that not being able to talk to people isn't normal. She very much enjoys conversations now.

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