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Sarah Johnson, 40, has a degree in nutrition and has been working as a registered dietitian for over 10 years. Sarah has extensive knowledge of the science behind weight loss and detoxification, and has helped many clients achieve their health goals through personalized nutrition plans. She has worked with a wide range of clients, from athletes to individuals with chronic health conditions. Sarah has also written numerous articles on weight loss and detoxification for health and wellness publications. Sarah's credentials include being a Registered Dietitian (RD) and having a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition. She is an excellent writer, with a talent for breaking down complex concepts into easy-to-understand language. Sarah has a strong track record of producing high-quality content that is backed by scientific research. She is highly respected in the nutrition community and has been featured in several health and wellness publications. Sarah is known for her evidence-based approach to nutrition and her commitment to helping people achieve their health goals. Sarah is passionate about helping people live healthier lives through proper nutrition and lifestyle choices. She is committed to providing accurate and helpful information to readers, and is always looking for new ways to improve her writing and her clients' health outcomes. Sarah's articles are based on scientific research and are written in a way that is easy for readers to understand. She believes in supporting the body's ability to detoxify by eating a balanced diet, rather than following a detox program. Sarah is aware that certain groups of people should avoid detox diets because they are at higher risk of adverse effects. These people include individuals with chronic health conditions, anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding, children and teenagers, people who are underweight, and those with eating disorders or a history of these conditions. Before embarking on a detox diet, it is worth discussing plans with a healthcare professional, particularly if the person is taking any prescription medicine.