Whether you are looking to improve your relationship with food, find new recipes, or listen to educational podcasts, you’ve come to the right place.
Hi, I’m Sarah Muncaster. I’m a nutrition educator, food and recipe writer, and podcast host in Toronto, Canada. I am currently completing the final leg of my journey to become a Registered Dietitian by pursuing a Master’s in Nutrition Communication. My aim is to spread evidence-based nutrition information and help motivated individuals find their way back to a flexible, nurturing, and joyful relationship with food.
My Food Journey
These days, food brings me a lot of joy. I love to experiment in the kitchen, play around with food photography, and learn about the science of nutrition. However, my relationship with food hasn’t always been great. In fact, for the majority of my teens and early 20’s, it was deeply disordered. I have a full podcast episode where I share the details about how being a competitive athlete in a thin-sport combined with low self-esteem and an adolescent trauma led to the development of an eating disorder. The episode also details my road to recovery and decision to return to school in my late 20’s to become a Registered Dietitian.
If there is one thing I could say to individuals that are struggling with disordered eating or an eating disorder, it’s that you are not alone (far from it) and there is a better way to live. You can recover your normal relationship with food.
Sarah Muncaster, BSc, BASc, MHSc(c) is a Toronto-based nutritionist and dietetic graduate student with a background in research, behavioural biology, and mindfulness. Sarah is a registered yoga instructor, community nutrition educator, and the creator and host of the Dietitians Discovered podcast. She is also the co-host of Dietetics After Dark alongside fellow nutrition graduate student, Rebecca Harris. Sarah is passionate about sharing evidence-based nutrition information through writing, podcasting, and social media.
Sarah’s nutrition philosophy entails finding an individualized health approach for each client. Sarah uses her personal experiences and professional training to inform her empathetic, inclusive approach to helping individuals recover their innate healthy relationship with food and support their unique health goals. Please note: Sarah is currently completing her Master’s in Nutrition Communication to become a Registered Dietitian and is not taking clients at the time.
Sarah teaches virtual corporate and community nutrition workshops that include nutrition and health education. Contact Sarah for more information on hosting a virtual workshop.