I am a registered and licensed dietitian in the state of Texas and am the owner of Taste of Life, LLC. I am a member of the American Dietetic Association and Past-President of Houston Eating Disorders Specialists. I worked for four years as a dietitian and wellness coordinator at The Methodist Hospital in Houston and was in private practice as a dietitian for five years through The Healthy Weigh. In 2010 I began my own private practice, Taste of Life, LLC and also joined Krista Highfield, Licensed Professional Counselor, in the development of Sentido Center LLC, an outpatient eating disorders and wellness facility.
Throughout high school I struggled with anorexia, followed by compulsive overeating in my college years. I relate to the difficulties of changing your relationship with your thoughts, altering ineffective habits, and developing healthy skills. I see now what life is like without eating disorder symptoms, and I feel privileged to help others experience this as well.
In addition to being a licensed dietitian, I have received training as a wellness coach and Nia instructor. I enjoy combining my nutrition and wellness coaching backgrounds to help people achieve their goals and reach their potential.
I am a registered and licensed dietitian in Texas and a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. I received by Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics from Texas A&M University. I completed my required dietetic internship rotations in Houston through the University of Delaware. After becoming a registered dietitian, I began my Master of Science in Human Nutrition, which I received from Logan University. In the years prior to becoming a dietitian and in the years since, I have had diverse and well-rounded experience in the clinical, outpatient, and residential settings. I love how food can bring people together, and it is my passion to help others have a positive relationship to food and their body in order to live the life they were meant to without the baggage of our culture. I enjoy sharing the kitchen with others, trying new recipes, and exploring the diverse cuisine of Houston. My hope is for people to be able to use nutrition knowledge as a self-care tool in order to improve their life and well-being.
My name is Sarah Herman and I am a Certified Personal Trainer and a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Over the last couple of years, I discovered a passion for wellness and have worked to increase my knowledge in the field of nutrition and movement in order to pursue that passion. I am so happy to join the Taste of Life team as a certified personal trainer and recovery coach.
I have struggled in the past with an eating disorder, and it is what brought me to where I am today. After going through recovery myself, and discovering how healing food and movement can be, I realized my desire to help others discover the same thing. I want to use my knowledge of exercise and movement, along with my personal experiences, to help others realize how powerful and uplifting joyful movement can be.