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Please read these conditions carefully. They will form an important part of any contract between Sarah Phillips and you. By using this website you agree that the information provided is non-medical and is not intended to replace medical or other professional advice. By applying for health coaching with me you agree to be bound by these terms, which by proceeding, you confirm you have read and understood.


The content of my website and the products and services offered by me comply with appropriate UK legislation and regulation. The Health Coaching contract with Sarah Phillips shall be subject to the law of England and Wales and to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.


Please note I am a holistic Integrative Nutrition health coach and trained chef. I am not medically qualified and I am therefore unable to diagnose medical conditions, nor am I able to offer medical advice. Health Coaching and my programmes are not intended to replace medical advice nor medical treatment, including that of a doctor or a registered dietician, nor does it claim to “cure”, “prevent” nor “heal”. If you have a medical condition and/or are taking medication then it is important to talk about any lifestyle or dietary changes you make with your medical doctor or other primary healthcare provider first. If you have an issue of a medical nature that is giving you concern then please contact your General Practitioner or primary healthcare provider first and foremost. Any symptoms such as bleeding or abdominal pain are something you should always discuss with your doctor. If you take up my services it is on the understanding that you have sought medical advice for any health concerns you may have and that I am unable to diagnose nor offer medical treatment.

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Sarah Phillips will hold and process any personal data you submit in the course of applying for health coaching or other products and services. Elizabeth Plant will be acting under the Data Protection Act 1998 (“DPA”) in relation to such personal data and am committed to complying with my legal obligations under the DPA. I will use your personal data for the purposes of arranging the provision of health coaching to you, dealing with renewals and to improve my understanding of your interests in my products and services.

I will also use your personal data to contact you, by post, telephone or Zoom and email handouts to you for the duration of the health coaching program (in agreement with you – please note all subscribers to my email list may unsubscribe at any time and I use a mail service compliant with legislation).


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I occasionally put links to products that I have personally used. I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my affiliate link to any products or services from this website. These small earnings make it possible for me to continue my learning so I can best help my clients. I will not endorse any product or service that I cannot fully support.

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