Health Science Fall/Winter 2005 | National Health Association

Health Science Fall/Winter 2005

Publication Date: 
October, 2005

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Highlights:

Got Fruit? It Does a Waistline Good
Jeff Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., presents recently published studies showing that to get thin and stay thin, eat fruit.

The Oiling of America: Bye-Bye Trans Fat, Hello Palm Oil!
Jeff Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., describes how many companies are replacing trans fats with palm oils and other high-in-saturated-fat tropical oils that are almost as heart damaging as trans fats.

More Whole Grains? Or More Hype?
Jeff Novick, M.S.,R.D., L.D./N., describes guidelines on how to scout out healthful, whole-grain products.

10 Most Important Actions to Insure Optimum Health
Alan Goldhamer, D.C., & Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D., present a brief summary of individual actions that really matter.

Osteoporosis: Prevention & Treatment Strategies
Get the facts from Joel Fuhrman, M.D., on what you should do and what you should avoid.

A Personal Fitness System Suited Perfectly to You!
John Allen Mollenhauer MTCP, CNT, CPT, helps you get better fitness results anywhere, anytime.

Interview with Dr. David Richards
Mark Huberman interviews Dr. David Richards.
 

Featured Articles

An Interview with Dr. David Richards

Dr. David Richards is a remarkable young Hygienic physician whose journey has taken him from Fit for Life to NHA Conferences, to chiropractic college... more

A Personal Fitness System Suited Perfectly to You!

by John Allen Mollenhauer If you are a motivated, rather busy person, and want to look, feel and perform your best, having a Fitness Class personal... more

Osteoporosis: Prevention and Treatment Strategies

by Joel Fuhrman, M.D. Osteoporosis affects 8 million American women and 2 million men, causing 1-1/2 million fractures each year. As many as 18... more

Ten Most Important Actions to Insure Optimum Health

by Alan Goldhamer, D.C., and Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D. Optimum health cannot be bought; it must be earned and it comes with a price. The price of... more

More Whole Grains? Or More Hype?

Riding the wave of the “eat more whole grains” recommendation of the newly re-leased 2005 Dietary Guidelines For Americans, food companies are now... more

The Oiling of America: Bye-Bye Trans Fat, Hello Palm Oil!

Responding to the Food and Drug Administration’s order to disclose the amount of unhealthy trans fats on food labels by January 2006, food companies... more

Got Fruit? It Does a Waistline Good

Thanks to bogus information in the media, many people today think that fruit is fattening. Yet, numerous studies have found just the opposite. If... more