Sarah Di Lorenzo


Sarah Di Lorenzo is a qualified Clinical Nutritionist who has dedicated her career to overhauling the health of Australians of all ages.

Growing up with a father who is a psychiatrist and a mother who is a nurse, caring for the health of others was always in Sarah’s DNA.

Sarah’s Greek heritage meant family meals were based on the Mediterranean diet and it’s those principles of healthy eating and fresh produce that guide Sarah’s holistic approach to health and wellness.

For over three years Sarah has been a regular presenter on Weekend Sunrise and Sunrise as a health and diet expert sharing information with viewers on a healthy diet and eating the right foods to help with sleep, stress, weight loss, immunity and slowing down the ageing process.

Sarah’s approach is not about the latest diet fads or quick fixes nor is it denying ourselves of the foods we love. Sarah’s method is a long-term strategy using a combination of portion education and sensible, intermittent fasting that gives clients and followers the tools they need to be a healthy weight for life and to feel good inside and out.

It is no secret that Sarah has been responsible for significant physical transformations at the Seven Network including Weekend Sunrise hosts Matt Doran, Monique Wright and Sunrise co-host Natalie Barr.

High-profile clients have helped Sarah to raise awareness about healthy eating but just as important are the thousands of everyday followers on Sarah’s Facebook SDL page where members follow her tips on weight loss, detox and recipes within a supportive community.

Sarah has also spent the last seven years running her own private clinic in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs helping clients improve their diets, weight management and overall health.

Sarah’s enjoys designing original recipes often with healthy twists on family favourites and sweet treats without the guilt.

Prior to Weekend Sunrise Sarah was a regular guest on 2UE on Fridays discussing nutritional medicine.

Sarah is an accomplished public speaker delivering keynotes on the importance of holistic health for employees in the workplace and as a strategy for increasing motivation and productivity.

A single Mum to three girls, one of the driving motivations for Sarah’s work is to teach young people and teenagers a positive relationship with food, the importance of a good diet and maintaining healthy body image for life.