Get your energy back, control your cravings, and reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes with help from a Nutritional Therapist
Registered Nutritional Therapists helping you to balance your blood sugars so that you can feel energised again, control your cravings, reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes and even lose weight for the last time.
Feel your best and live the life you deserve.
Feeling bloated and uncomfortable
all the time
Can’t control your cravings
Worried about your heart health
Integral Wellness is an online clinic helping men and women in the UK, Europe and the Middle East, take back control of their health.
What is a Nutritional Therapist?
A Nutritional Therapist is a healthcare practitioner who makes nutrition recommendations with the focus of reducing the risk of health conditions and promoting overall wellbeing. At Integral Wellness, we are a team of registered Nutritional Therapists supporting individuals with personalised food and lifestyle plans based on specific goals and health needs.
Nutritional Therapists take a holistic approach to health and wellness, seeing the person as a whole and considering physical, emotional, and environmental aspects that can influence how someone feels. We assess current food and lifestyle choices, as well as medical history, to identify potential nutritional and metabolic imbalances. By understanding the unique needs of each person, a Nutritional Therapist can make recommendations with the aim to restore homeostasis – the biochemical balance of the body.
Nutritional Therapists have a deep understanding of the biochemical processes within the body and the impact of various nutrients and environmental factors on health. We are regulated by our professional body (British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine) to stay up-to-date with the latest scientific research and make appropriate, ethical and evidenced recommendations to our clients.
Part of the role of a Nutritional Therapist is to educate on the importance of nutritional choices and empower our clients to make informed decisions on their food and lifestyle. At Integral Wellness, we help men and women – just like you – achieve their health goals, improve their overall quality of life, and prevent future health issues through the power of nutrition.
Want to find out what this could mean for you?
You will be redirected to our calendar where you can book a free call.
Start by booking your free call.
This is a 20-minute no-obligation call so you can get to know your nutritional therapist and they can find out more about your health concerns and goals. You’ll be able to ask any questions you have and your therapist will explain the nutritional therapy programme that would be best for you.
Your initial 60-minute consultation.
You’ll complete a health and nutrition form ready for your appointment. We’ll review your goals, health history, recent tests, and current food and lifestyle choices. In the consultation, we’ll discuss how you can make realistic changes to help you reach your goals. And if you want the science behind it all, we can dive into that too.
Get support while you take action.
The challenge with making changes is accountability and what to do when things get tough. That’s why our programmes are designed to support you along the way with either weekly or fortnightly appointments as well as the ability to message your nutritional therapist and get feedback on your nutrition as you progress.
Ways to work with a Nutritional Therapist:
Personalised 1-1 nutritional therapist support and coaching to evaluate your health issues, address underlying causes and help you to achieve your personal goals.
A full health MOT, and recent test interpretation, with a nutrition, lifestyle and supplement action plan for you to takeaway with confidence.
Helping businesses reduce absenteeism, employee turnover and illness by providing a wellbeing structure that resonate with employees.
Meet our team of Nutritional Therapists
Natalie Louise Burrows
“You deserve to be confident in your body and in control of your health. After all, if we don’t look after our body, where will we live?” – Natalie
“Nutrition has the power to improve health and wellbeing from day one.” – Krista
“To be the best version of ourselves we have to prioritise our own physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. It can feel daunting but every journey starts with the first step.” – Holly
“Our health concerns are often compartmentalised which can make us feel disconnected, disempowered and often confused but it doesn’t have to be that way.” – Bevelee