Author: 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).
Posted in Travel Nutrition

Which nutrients are at risk when travelling for business?

Certain nutrients are particularly vulnerable to being low in our diets when we travel for business.  While our primary focus is on travel schedules and…

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Posted in Europe Working productively

Vienna: Working well for business

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…

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Posted in Festive business travel

Festive foods to recharge the batteries

Frequent business travel can leave us with little time to focus on our health and wellbeing but in the bit of extra time off over…

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Posted in Motorway services

Making the most of motorway services

Business travel by road often necessitates long motorway journeys and these require sustenance. Motorway Services offer amazing convenience, but not always healthy food or value…

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Posted in Snacks Travel Nutrition

Best snacks for long haul flights

Ultra-long-haul business travel often involves disruption to sleeping and eating routines, especially when multiple time zones are crossed.  Planes now travel vast distances without the…

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Posted in Aberdeen Airports

Aberdeen Airport, travel with ‘No Frills’

Aberdeen Airport opened in 1934, and the passenger numbers and routes have for many years, mostly served business travel for the oil and gas industry…

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Business Travel: on a diet fit for an Olympic athlete

This is the exciting season of sport with the Euros, Wimbledon, the Tour de France and now the Olympics.  Athletes travel long distances to events,…

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Posted in Health

Foreign travel: How to keep our digestive system happy

Some people are fortunate in never having to consider the behaviour of their digestive system but for those with a more sensitive apparatus, business travel…

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Posted in Healthy Meals Hydration Long haul flights Sydney Travel Nutrition

Healthier travel via Sydney International Airport

Sydney International Airport is changing for the better.  Carol Sadler, one of our travelling Registered Nutritionists, has passed through Sydney International Airport several times over…

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Posted in France

Calais: fast for transit but worth a short stay

Calais doesn’t seem the obvious place for a mini break, the majority of trucks and travellers leave or join the ferries and channel tunnel and…

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