Health Science Summer 2012 | National Health Association

Health Science Summer 2012

Publication Date: 
June, 2012

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Highlights:

Movement and Memory: The Growing Link Between Exercise and Alzheimer's
Stephan Esser, M.D., and Tiffany Esser, CPT, discuss how physical activity can be good for your heart, bones . . . and your brain!

The Perception Problem with Protein
Jeff Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D., L.N., discusses one of the most misunderstood nutrients in our diets.

An Interview with Rip Esselstyn
Mark Huberman interviews Rip Esselstyn, author of The Engine 2 Diet.

The Starting Line: How (and Why) to Begin Running
Sara Filmalter, M.D., talks about beginning a successful running program and includes tips for your success.

Ask the Trainer
Tiffany Esser, CPT offers advice on making time for exercise.

 

Featured Articles

Movement and Memory: The Growing Link Between Exercise and Alzheimer's

by Stephan Esser, M.D., and Tiffany Esser, CPT     "Move it or lose it,” the saying goes, but I bet you never thought they were talking about your... more

An Interview with Rip Esselstyn

In the winter issue of Health Science, I had the pleasure of sharing with you my January 2012 interview with the renowned Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn of... more

The Starting Line: How (and Why) to Begin Running

  by Sara Filmalter, M.D. Chances are you’ve probably thought about running before, even if it is watching someone run down the road while you... more

Ask the Trainer

by Tiffany Esser, CPT Q: I struggle to find the time to fit exercise into my life.  I want to find a balance with my daily responsibilities and stay... more

The Perception Problem with Protein

Protein is one of the most misunderstood nutrients in our diets today. While it receives an incredible amount of attention, little of it is justified... more