Health Science Spring 2003 | National Health Association

Health Science Spring 2003

Publication Date: 
March, 2003

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Highlights:

Maximizing Vegetarian Nutrition
Michael Greger, M.D., shares his surprising research on vegan longevity.

Vegetarians, Vitamin B12 and Homocysteine
Jack Norris, R.D., discusses the dangers of elevated homocysteine levels.

Mythconceptions About Science
Alec Burton, M.Sc., D.C., D.O., emphasizes the need to utilize experience and reason as natural guides in the study of health.

Your Own Organic Garden
Max Huberman shares some basic gardening tips for beginners.

 

Featured Articles

Maximizing Vegetarian Nutrition

by Michael Greger, M.D. Just because you're eating vegetarian or vegan does not necessarily mean you're eating healthy. When I go around speaking at... more

Mythconceptions About Science

by Dr. Alec Burton “Science is physics, all the rest is stamp collecting.” Ernest Rutherford, 1871 – 1937 Science is highly regarded in modern... more

Your Own Organic Garden

by Max Huberman   As organic gardeners most of our lives, the Hubermans have our own backyard evidence that organic cultivation, crop rotation and... more

Vegetarians, Vitamin B12 and Homocysteine

by Jack Norris, R.D.   Readers of Health Science are probably aware of the need for vegans to ensure a reliable source of vitamin B12 to prevent... more