Sally-Ann Creed

Sally-Ann Creed is a distinguished figure in the field of clinical nutrition, renowned for her extensive expertise and groundbreaking contributions to the realm of health and wellness.

With a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nutrition from the International Academy of Nutrition in Australia, Sally embarked on a journey of continuous learning and professional development that has spanned over two decades.Her academic journey includes notable achievements such as graduating from the Functional Medicine Education Series and Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice courses offered by the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) in the USA.

Health philosophy and advocacy

Sally's commitment to advancing her knowledge led her to earn a Graduate certification in Functional Nutrition from the Institute for Functional Medicine in 2014, further solidifying her position as a leading authority in the field.In addition to her formal education, Sally has pursued various courses and certifications worldwide, delving into diverse aspects of nutrition and holistic health. Among her accolades is a diploma in Nutritional Supplementation from the International Academy of Nutrition in Australia, reflecting her comprehensive understanding of nutritional science.Sally's impact extends beyond academia, as evidenced by her prolific literary contributions. She has authored ten books, many of which have attained international bestseller status and been translated into multiple languages.

Notably, her collaboration with Tim Noakes on "Real Meal Revolution" earned them the prestigious Book of the Year award, a testament to Sally's ability to translate complex nutritional concepts into accessible and impactful literature.Her dedication to promoting a holistic approach to health is exemplified in works such as "Let Food Be Your Medicine," which, despite her modesty, has been recognised by institutions for its seminal insights. Sally's latest endeavour, "63 Days to Optimum Health," not only underscores her commitment to empowering individuals but also hints at her future ventures, including the development of educational courses.

In recognition of her significant contributions, Sally was awarded SA's Most Influential Woman in Business and Government in 2010, a distinction she humorously regards as a testament to the unpredictability of accolades in the industry.Beyond her achievements, Sally remains deeply committed to her mission of promoting health and wellness, constantly seeking avenues to share her knowledge and inspire positive change.