Health Science Fall 2013

Publication Date: 
December, 2013

Highlights:

The French Paradox: Do French Women (& Men) Get Fat?
Jeff Novick, M.S., R.D., exposes the truth about the French paradox theory.

Interview with Doug Lisle, Ph.D.
Mark Huberman interviews Doug Lisle, Ph.D., Director of Research at TrueNorth Health Center and co-author of the book, The Pleasure Trap.

Ask the Trainer
Tiffany Esser, CPT, responds to a question on how to add more Yoga and Pilates exercises into your fitness routine—outside of class.

 

 

Featured Articles

What to Eat

by Alan Goldhamer, D.C. and Jennifer Marano, D.C. When readers of Health Science are asked, “What should I eat,” the first thing that probably... more

The French Paradox: Do French Women (& Men) Get Fat?

We often hear about the “French paradox” and how the French eat a lot of foods like butter and cheese. Their diets are high in fat, saturated fat,... more

Interview with Doug Lisle, Ph.D.

  “In this issue of Health Science, I have the privilege of interviewing Dr. Doug Lisle, the Director of Research at TrueNorth Health Center in Santa... more

Ask the Trainer

by Tiffany Esser, CPT Q: I enjoy the mind-body connection when exercising and have joined a few Yoga and Pilates classes at my local gym.  Can you... more