Health Science Spring 2009 | National Health Association

Health Science Spring 2009

Publication Date: 
April, 2009

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Highlights:

Want to Live Longer? Stop Eating Red Meat
Barbara Ferguson Kennedy reports on the latest study which found that eating red meat—even one four-ounce hamburger daily—may increase your risk of dying of heart disease or cancer.

Filling Your Tank for Health: Kerosene or Unleaded?
Stephan Esser, M.D., stresses the importance of eating healthfully and taking care of your body—before it’s too late.

Compassionate Eating for Life, Health and Environmental Balance
Frank Sabatino, D.C., Ph.D., explains how our routine personal lifestyle choices affect the overall quality of our lives—and the environment in which we live.

Interview
Mark Huberman interviews Dr. Alan Goldhamer of TrueNorth Health Center.

 

 

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Interview with Alan Goldhamer, D.C.

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Compassionate Eating for Life, Health and Environmental Balance

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Want to Live Longer? Stop Eating Red Meat

People who eat the most red meat and the most processed meat have the highest overall risk of death from all causes, including heart disease and... more