Health Science Fall 2002 | National Health Association

Health Science Fall 2002

Publication Date: 
November, 2002

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Highlights:

High Blood Pressure: Learning to Live Without It
Alan Goldhamer, D.C., presents evidence on how diet and the use of water-only fasting can treat this "silent killer."

Potatoes: Pillars of Worldwide Nutrition
John McDougall, M.D., discusses how potatoes can provide complete nutrition for children and adults.

An Interview with Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Mark Huberman interviews Dr. Joel Fuhrman and discusses his new book, Eat To Live.
 

Featured Articles

An Interview with Dr. Joel Fuhrman

“Eating has become a social pastime in America. We have a whole population committing suicide with food.” Joel Fuhrman, M.D. Tell us about the new... more

Potatoes: Pillars of Worldwide Nutrtition

by John McDougall, M.D. Potatoes are so tied into human life and nutrition that one of the first toys to be advertised on TV and still popular after... more

High Blood Pressure: Learning to Live Without It

What is the epidemic condition that causes more death and disability in industrialized countries than any other? What is the leading reason for... more