SHE,
Inc.
"Our goal is to empower people to heal, by giving them the necessary information and options including, in some cases, the option to heal."

Nutrition

Science has shown that nutrition plays a critical role in our well-being, both physical and mental. Current research is showing the importance of specific nutrients not only in preventing but also treating specific diseases, from arthritis and heart disease to diabetes and cancer, and the accompanying complications of these illnesses. Most recent data is showing a crucial role of Omega 3 and other fatty acids in reducing or eliminating symptoms of autism and some forms of mental illness. Other data supports the role of specific minerals in treating heart disease and diabetes. Although nutrition is not usually taught in medical schools, SHE, Inc. can provide nutritional advice and dietary guidance. With scientific evidence that some illnesses and their complications may be entirely due to deficiencies of specific nutrients, or excesses of other food products and their additives, nutritional counseling is a crucial element of any wellness program.

"It was so extraordinary to think that there might be a whole other system of medicine operating under completely different laws and also a system that might be effective just through diet, which was something that was completely ignored in the medical school curriculum." — James Gordon, M.D., interview with Peter Chowka, 1996

We provide nutritional counseling for your specific health needs. This counseling may include:

  • Nutritional counseling for maximal well-being
  • Vitamins, minerals, enzymes, fatty acids and more
  • Dieting
  • Sports nutrition
  • Children's nutrition
  • Neutraceuticals
  • Nutrition for mental health
  • Nutrition and Pregnancy
  • Food allergies
  • Poisons in our food (pesticides, food additives, preservatives, food coloring, sweeteners, mercury and other heavy metals)
  • How to read and understand nutrition labels
  • Nutritional advice for specific illnesses



"What we eat may affect our risk for several of the leading causes of death for Americans, notably, degenerative diseases such as atherosclerosis, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and some types of cancer. These disorders, together, now account for more than two-thirds of all deaths in the United States." — Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, 1988


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