Sarah Macklin is a Registered Associate Nutritionist, recognised by the Association for Nutrition, and an expert on all things wellbeing. Also the founder and CEO of Be Well Collective, Sarah is perfectly positioned to speak on the effect that nutrition has on day to day life for all and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Having formerly spoken for the likes of Sweaty Betty and Bulgari, Sarah Macklin is a fantastic choice as a mental health speaker.
Widely known as the founder of Be Well Collective, Sarah created this non-profit organisation as a space to help young people and adults alike with struggles surrounding mental health. Determined to reduce the effects of anxiety, depression and eating disorders, Sarah is proud of her sometimes life-saving work that has helped over 670 young people. Sarah is also the creator of the Live Well, Be Well podcast in which she shares her expertise on wellbeing. Whether she be talking about food addiction, embracing discomfort or understanding gut health, Sarah creates open and mindful conversations about wellbeing and mental health.
Outside of her work on nutrition, Sarah is a fashion model signed to Women Management and Select Model Management– modelling for the likes of Burberry and Dolce & Gabbana. She has also shared her expertise as a Contributing Wellness Editor for the Evening Standard and presented her research findings on the links between dietary requirements and Type 2 Diabetes to the European Parliament. Sarah is also a nutritionist for the ROC Private Clinic and contributed to the likes of The Rake, Women’s Health and Harper’s Bazaar.
Named ‘The Jamie Oliver of Nutrition’ by Marie Claire, Sarah is now a popular choice as a speaker for events centred around mental health and wellbeing. Having formerly delivered the TEDx talk Are Models Role Models?, Sarah is a seasoned speaker and has also spoken for the likes of OG Science and Wellbeing, Briogeo and High Mood Food. Having spent 12 years modelling with little guidance on how to maintain nutrition, Sarah is passionate to educate the world on enhancing their nutrition, energy and ultimately their wellbeing. When looking for a speaker who will enhance audience wellbeing, look no further than Sarah Macklin.
“Sarah Macklin delivered a very convincing speech at the EU parliament about the role of nutrition in the management of chronic disease. I thought she was well informed and believe she can play an important role in the maintenance and restoration of health through nutritional advice”
“Sarah Macklin has always taken an open-minded, meticulous and evidence-based approach to nutrition which in my view makes her stand out as one of the most trusted nutritionists in the UK”