The mainstream medical community often ignores or downplays the importance of nutrition in human health, despite overwhelming scientific evidence to the contrary
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Carlsbad, California (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
Dr. Laura Thompson is so determined to provide alternative health and nutrition solutions to the health care crisis; she's now offering free nutrition counseling on her website http://www.ourchildrenshealth.com
For more than ten years, her Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition (http://www.scicn.com) has offered health and wellness programs based on good nutrition. She has worked with children and teens suffering from acne, ADD, ADHD, allergies, asthma, autism, metal toxicity, constipation, depression, ear infections, eczema, fatigue, food addictions, PMS, respiratory infections, sinus infections, sleep disorders, thyroid problems, vaccine injury and obesity, to name a few.
Now she is offering free consultations with Doneta Lawellin, Clinical Nutritionist via telephone to visitors to her new website http://www.ourchildrenshealth.com.
Why is she doing this?
"The mainstream medical community often ignores or downplays the importance of nutrition in human health, despite overwhelming scientific evidence to the contrary," she says. "It's often easier (and more lucrative) for them to prescribe drugs or give vaccines, without regard for side effects and long-term health consequences.
"Not only that, the media often complies with (or even openly promotes) this approach. As a result, you and your family are not told about natural nutritional alternatives, even though they are often safer, more effective and less costly.
"By offering you a free 30-minute consultation, we want to remove all barriers between you and the knowledge and support you might need right now - especially if your child or teenager is suffering from the ailments mentioned above."
The Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition (http://www.scicn.com) was founded by Dr Laura Thompson as a nutrition education and research center. Their facility also houses an integrated health and nutrition clinic and a natural product pharmacy.
About Laura Thompson, PhD, NE
Dr. Laura Thompson is the CEO and founder of the Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition located in Carlsbad, California. SCICN is a nutrition education and research center that houses an integrated health and nutrition clinic and natural product pharmacy. Dr. Thompson received her Ph.D. in Nutrition and Human behavior from Ryokan College in Los Angeles, California, studied naturopathy and iridology with Dr. Bernard Jensen, and culinary arts at the Paris American Academy in Paris, France. She is board certified in Naturopathic Endocrinology through the American Naturopathic Medical Association and has helped thousands of men & women through natural hormone programs and family wellness planning. She has a successful international practice specializing in hormone, brain and digestive health. She believes that we are ever-evolving a balance of physical, mental, and emotional health; she is an avid proponent of natural medicine and super food nutrition as a means of family wellness, anti-aging, longevity and weight management.
About Doneta Lawellin, CN
Doneta is the Director of the Ultra Lite Weight and Health Management System at the Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition (SCICN) as well as the Children's Nutrition Specialist. Driven by her passion to help children and their parents, Doneta has pursued training in specific areas of health and nutrition for children such as natural solutions for ADD, ADHD, and autism. A single mother of three now-grown men, she has had extensive personal experience with attention deficits such as ADHD and the merits of food and dietary changes positively effecting the health, behavior and school performance of her children. She has also received a Certificate of Completion for Homeopathic Treatment for Vaccine Injury, i.e. Autism, Thyroid, Functional Blood Chemistry, Functional Endocrinology, Applied Kinesiology.
Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition
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