Health Science Spring 2007 | National Health Association

Health Science Spring 2007

Publication Date: 
April, 2007

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Highlights:

Even One High-In-Saturated-Fat Meal Fouls Up Your System
Jeffrey Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., presents research which found that inflammation and damage to the arteries happens soon after every meal high in saturated fat.

Breaking Free of the Dietary Pleasure Trap
Douglas Lisle, Ph.D. and Alan Goldhamer, D.C., address the question, “Why do people prefer foods with artificially high-calorie density to healthier low-calorie density foods?”

Diet, Autoimmune Disease and Uncommon Sense
Michael Klaper, M.D., presents medical evidence that various kinds of joint inflammations may improve when offending foods are eliminated from the diet.

An Interview with Domenica DeCaro
Mark Huberman interviews Life member Domenica DeCaro.

Featured Articles

An Interview with Domenica DeCaro

Q. I already know this, but for the record, how old are you? A: I was 91 years old on April 10th. Where do you live?  East McKeesport, Pennsylvania,... more

Diet, Autoimmune Disease and Uncommon Sense

by Michael Klaper, M.D. It has long been known that many factors can affect arthritis — physical activity, emotions, even the weather.  However,... more

Breaking Free of the Dietary Pleasure Trap

by Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D., and Alan Goldhamer, D.C. If you are holding a copy of Health Science magazine, and know what it is all about, then you... more

Even One High-In-Saturated-Fat Meal Fouls Up Your System

What could be wrong with just one cheeseburger and a chocolate milkshake every now and then?  Quite a lot, warns new research, which found that even... more