Sarah identifies the root cause to your health condition and creates a strategic plan to correct the problem
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Western State College, Gunnison, CO and Metro State College, Denver, CO 1996-2002- Graduated Suma Cum Laude with BS in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Secondary Physical Education. Sarah was also awarded Honors in Kappa Delta Pi an International Honor Society in Education. Sarah has also received a Holistic Nutritional Consultant Certification through Global College of Natural Medicine.
Founder of Food Beautiful, Sarah King Feldman is a Exercise Physiologist, Public Speaker, Life Coach, Holistic Nutritional Consultant and Raw Foods Chef. In addition she competes in athlete in Half Marathons, Triathlons and Adventure Racing. Sarah is also an author of the book Foods Beautiful, contributing author for multiple Chiropractic and Health Magazines and TV & Radio Voice for How Food Heals the Body. Her discipline, determination, love for people, management skills and desire to change the health of this world have been the driving force for her attaining her goals.
Food Beautiful is a rapidly expanding national and multinational company based out of Denver, CO. Sarah helps restore the understanding of whole foods, their healing properties, and the best ways to prepare them for maximum taste, appearance, and health benefits. Sarah has written a 180 page book on the healing properties of food, diet plans, and recipes to be the cornerstone for training the other Food Beautiful associates and clients. The focus of this company is to assist thousands of people to make permanent changes in their dietary and personal lives and to equip them to be the best that they can be.
Sarah assured all aspects of this busy multi-discipline, multi-Doctor wellness center moved smoothly. Her tasks included patient liaison, head nutritional consultant, patient and Doctor advisor, and she supervised all activities involved in a large established clinic. Throughout this time Sarah interned with a Herbologist for 2 years and headed up several community awareness programs.
Sarah started off her running career at the University of Colorado-Boulder on the 1997 National Championship team, then transferred to Western State on a full scholarship. She qualified for Worlds in the Olympic distance Triathlon, placing 10th in the nation in her age group. Since that time she has won or placed in the top 3 of at least a dozen half-marathons.
Sarah taught Health and Physical Education at Faith High School along with being the assistant coach of the Cross-country and track team helping them to qualify for state championships.