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I’m Fiona Sinclair, Holistic Nutritionist and Founder of Root to Health. I help busy people like you to overcome poor sleep quality, digestive problems, and hormone imbalances underlying anxiety, fatigue, bloating, cravings, and more. I want you to stop feeling overwhelmed, and to start feeling happier, more energized, vibrant, and confident – all through my evidence based, root cause approach to health.

Not only have I worked to overcome my own personal health challenges, but I’ve also helped many other women to do the same. In addition to being a business owner, I’m also a wife and busy mummy of two. I know how hard it can be to balance it all – we’re in this together, girl! I am passionate about food and the powerful impact it has on our physical and mental health. It is my goal to empower you to be happy and healthy, one simple step at a time.
Learn about my personal journey to health.

Fiona Sinclair, RNCP

Helping you to reach your best health

Improved digestion

Increased energy

Better sleep quality

Reduced anxiety & stress

Improved hormone balance

A more positive, happy life!

Recent blog posts

How much water should I drink per day?

The majority of us are not getting enough water. Do you know how much water you need? Chronic dehydration is one major underlying root cause to MANY health issues, and so drinking more water is one of the easiest, most basic health habits that you can work on today for improved health! Yep, it can actually be that simple. Some negative health effects of dehydration:

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Let’s rethink resolutions.

Have you implemented a new diet or lifestyle routine since January 1st? It’s hard not to be inspired with “New Year, new you!” articles littered throughout social media, all suggesting how you can and should completely overhaul the way you eat, exercise, and live in order to be happy. Each year you start out feeling extra motivated, which is awesome. Until life gets busy, you can’t keep up.

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