• 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).


    The ‘Grab and Go’ for Business Travel

    by  • September 22, 2019 • Long haul flights, Safety and security, Travel stress, Travel Wellbeing • 0 Comments

    ‘Grab and Go’ is an expression we often hear when someone talks about convenient foods. However, a ‘grab and go’ can have a positive effect on our wellbeing when we reframe it to suit business travel readiness. September is National Preparedness Month and advice to keep a bag of essential supplies to be ‘grabbed’...

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    The perils of the processed snacks for frequent travellers

    by  • June 24, 2019 • Snacks, Travel Nutrition, Travel Wellbeing • 0 Comments

    Travelling for work often requires picking up drinks and snacks along the way.  When selecting a snack, our hope is that the ‘healthy choice should be the easy choice’.  But when our working life involves frequent travel, convenience is paramount and the long shelf life, pre-packaged, easy to carry processed snack is often the...

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    Dietary supplements and jet lag; do they help?

    by  • May 21, 2019 • Health, Jet lag, Jetlag, Long haul flights, Travel Nutrition, Travel Wellbeing, Working productively • 0 Comments

    essential oils and capsules with herbs on science sheet

    Would taking a dietary supplement help to relieve jet lag when travelling long haul? The more time zones we cross, the greater the disturbance to our biological clocks.  Business travel can mess with our circadian rhythms, causing the hormones that help us wake, sleep and digest food, to kick off at inappropriate times. The...

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    How to Eat to Sleep on Business Travel

    by  • March 3, 2019 • Sleep • 0 Comments

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    Neuroscientist Matthew Walker tells us that the best way to stay healthy is to sleep well, but business travel can wreak havoc with our sleep. His research found that insufficient sleep compromises the immune system, disrupts blood sugar levels and increases our risk of accidents and injury.  It is also the most important lifestyle...

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    Food allergies when travelling on business

    by  • November 18, 2018 • Special Diet • 0 Comments

    Peanut allergy

    The very sad death of 15-year-old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, after eating a takeaway baguette containing sesame seeds while on a flight, alerts us all to the dangers faced by those travelling with food allergies. The scale of the problem is huge.  Estimates vary, but around 3% of the population report having an allergy to food...

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    Locating non-dairy milk substitutes when travelling for business

    by  • October 12, 2018 • Special Diet, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    The popularity of non-dairy milk drinks has increased along with the trend for many people, towards a plant-based diet.  According to the market research company Mintel, sales in non-dairy milk substitutes have increased by 30% since 2015 and the most popular supermarket purchase is the almond drink.  But what about the choice of milk...

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