Sarah Macklin is today considered the face and voice of modern nutrition and wellbeing and is a rapidly rising star across multiple mediums.
Described as the Jamie Oliver of the nutrition world by Marie Claire, Sarah Ann Macklin is an award-winning AfN accredited nutritionist, renowned podcast host, public speaker, TEDx speaker, international model, health journalist and voted Women of the year in 2019 by Rake magazine. Sarah Ann founded the not-for-profit organisation the Be Well Collective which supports preventive action against mental health and hosts the successful and top 4 UK podcast called Live Well, Be Well.
In 2018, Sarah Ann spoke at the European Parliament to present findings on dietary guidelines and their link to the Type 2 diabetes epidemic in a campaign entitled, ‘Big Food and Big Pharma: Killing for Profit?’ In 2020, Sarah delivered a public health campaign through her book, The Great British Veg Out to encourage the UK to implement their 5-day.
Sarah’s 15 years as a successful international model showed her how young women are expected to look and perform at their physical best without being offered nutritional guidance. For Sarah, it was a serious oversight that models who were expected to conform to certain aesthetic standards were not being educated in achieving these goals by eating to enhance their health, well-being and mental energy. Sarah launched the Be Well Collective where she has delivered held education summits delivering to 500 at a time, over 20 workshops and launched two mentoring programs to support young minds. So far, Sarah and the Be Well Collective have helped over 670 young people and continue to provide, in some cases, lifesaving services.
In 2019 she delivered a TEDx talk titled “Are models, role models?” and now a recongised public speaker on physical and mental health.
Sarah has been a contributor to the Financial Times, Telegraph, Evening Standard, Women’s Health, Esquire, Mr Porter and Harper’s Bazaar.