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Fall/Winter 2005 issue:
 

  • 10 Most Important Actions to Insure Optimum Health
    Dr. Alan Goldhamer and Dr. Douglas Lisle present a brief summary of individual actions that really matter.

  • Osteoporosis:  Prevention and Treatment Strategies
    Get the facts from Dr. Joel Fuhrman on what you should do and what you should avoid.

  • A Personal Fitness System Suited Perfectly to You
    John Allen Mollenhauer will help you get better fitness results anywhere, anytime.

  • Interview
    Mark Huberman interviews Dr. David Richards.

  • News
    Weight gain and cancer risk; fast food, obesity and diabetes; activity and dementia; French fries and breast cancer; fruit and losing weight; trans fats on food labels; and whole grains.

  • Life and Century Club Tribute
    A salute to a very special group of NHA members.

  • Observations
    "Change" by Dr. Alec Burton.

  • Answers to medical questions on
    distilled water, soy, and acrylamide.

  • Naturally
    John Nowakowski shares hearty recipes to keep you warm.

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Summer 2005 issue:
 

  • We Are Molded By Our Childhood
    Joel Fuhrman, M.D., presents scientific evidence on the importance of good nutrition in early childhood.

  • Eating for Radiant Health
    Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D., shares some guidelines on making positive changes in your life.

  • Review of Disease-Proof Your Child
    Reviewed by Peter Sultana, M.D.

  • Review of Unleash the Power of NatureFoods
    Reviewed by Mary Liro

  • 2005 NHA Conference
    Exciting highlights of the 54th NHA Conference.

  • News
    Yard work and osteoporosis; exercise and stress; plant-based diet and cholesterol; eat more and weigh less; gastric bypass surgery; and periodontal disease and coronary artery disease.

  • Fitness
    New Research Underscores the Benefits of Walking.

  • Observations
    "Looking Within" by Dr. Keki Sidhwa.

  • Answers to medical questions on
    diabetes and spinal adjustments.

  • Naturally
    John Nowakowski shares some favorite recipes from the 2005 Conference.

 

Spring 2005 issue:
 

  • Cutting Through the Confusion...How to Make Sense of the Food Label
    Jeff Novic, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., shares ten quick-reference tips on how to interpret the nutritional information on food packaging labels.

  • Interview: Connecting Nutrition and Disease
    Barbara Ferguson Kennedy interviews nutrition and health researcher T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., on the findings of his China Study research project and the importance of a plant-based diet.

  • Review: The China Study
    Mark Epstein reviews Dr. Campbell's insightful new book The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-term Health.

  • News
    The 2005 USDA Dietary Guidelines; study reveals diet, not drugs, as best treatment to reduce blood pressure; stress and aging; importance of fruits and vegetables, and more.

  • Fitness
    "What Is True Physical Fitness?" by Jon Hinds and John Allen Mollenhauer.

  • Observations
    "Health and Relaxation" by Dr. Gerald Benesh.

  • Answers to medical questions on
    using a pedometer, low blood pressure, and the dangers of high-heeled shoes.

  • Naturally
    John Nowakowski shares some delightful recipes in "Simply Delicious Soups and Salads."

 

 


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