• Carol Sadler PhD

    About Carol Sadler PhD

    Carol is a Nutrition Consultant. She counsels in diet and lifestyle change at Surrey Cardiovascular Clinic where clients have been referred by the clinic cardiologists. Prior to this Carol worked in private practice in Dubai for nine years, where she had various media engagements including Emirates Radio 2 Lifestyle Show monthly ‘phone-in’ on nutrition topics; Gulf News Friday Magazine (weekend supplement) monthly nutrition letter answered; City7 TV appearances on Breakfast Television and Lifestyle Show commenting on nutrition topics. Contributions to local magazines, and organizations, eg Rheumatoid Arthritis Group, Grazia Magazine, Living in the Gulf magazine. She continues to write nutrition articles and blogs, recently writing for Reader’s Digest, and HASTE Academy heart health charity and provides talks on diet issues. Carol is a member of The Nutrition Society, a Registered Nutritionist at the Association for Nutrition, Registration No. 912 and a member of SENSE (self employed consultant Nutritionists group for professional development).


    Nutritional Supplements – Are they useful for business travellers?

    by  • November 17, 2017 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Are nutritional supplements useful for business travellers?  Frequent business travel can be stressful and tiring, but can also be bad for our health. A plethora of nutritional supplements are available with claims to ease our suffering and enhance our performance.  Some seem tempting, but is there sufficient evidence to support their use? What Effects...

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    Santiago de Compostela’s Airport: Gateway to Galicia & Northern Spain

    by  • October 17, 2017 • Europe, Spain • 0 Comments

    The airport at Santiago de Compostela is a local hub for International flights from Vueling and Ryanair, whilst also hosting a few Easyjet and Nordic services along with many domestic Spanish flights. The new terminal, bathed in natural light and spacious, provides a pleasant, low stress, airport experience, essential for frequent business travellers. Drop...

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    Madrid – Visitors Welcome

    by  • June 30, 2017 • Europe • 0 Comments

    Madrid is an easy city to enjoy.  It has a low-stress vibe, great food, reasonably priced hotels and excellent public transport. Madrid Barajas Airport is well connected to the city centre.  The Express Aeropuerto bus runs throughout the day and night, there is a regional train service (Cercanias), plus the Metro. I arrived very...

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    Ten portions of fruit and vegetables a day: Could it be the new normal?

    by  • March 30, 2017 • Travel Nutrition • 0 Comments

    We’ve grown comfortable with the Five-a-Day fruit and vegetable message whether we achieve it or not.  The original aim for better health was to eat five portions of vegetables and fruit each day. A few years ago this morphed into eating extra vegetables rather than fruit, then it became seven portions, and now we’re told it’s...

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    Vienna: Working well for business

    by  • January 19, 2017 • Europe, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Vienna International Airport lies eighteen kilometres south-east of the city centre. It’s possibly the smartest airport I’ve visited; even the fast food outlets are spacious and attractive. Notices in the chic Duty Free shops are in the languages of the customers, German, but also Chinese, Russian and English. Transport to and from the airport...

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