Health Science Winter 2007 | National Health Association

Health Science Winter 2007

Publication Date: 
December, 2007

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Highlights:

Whole Grains and Your Health: Keeping Them Both Intact
Jeffrey Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., clears up the confusion about whole grain foods.

Dietary Addictions: Why Eating Healthfully is So Difficult
Alan Goldhamer, D.C. and Jennifer Marano, D.C., discuss why it is so difficult to escape the dietary pleasure trap.

Healthy Living: Is it really worth it?
Jeffrey Novick, M.S., R.D., L.D./N., answers this important question.

Interview
Mark Huberman interviews Harold and Bernice Kinsler.

Why Do I Get Sick?
Michael Klaper, M.D., offers tips on staying healthy.

Featured Articles

Why Do I Get Sick?

by Michael Klaper, M.D. Whenever I hear, “Doctor, why did I get sick?” , I am reminded of the last words of famed microbiologist, Louis Pasteur. In... more

Interview with Harold and Bernice Kinsler

How did the two of you discover Natural Hygiene? An uncle of ours, a friend of the late Rose and Jack Solomon of Palm Beach, used to talk to us about... more

Healthy Living: Is It Really Worth It?

With all this emphasis on healthy living, is it really worth it? What is the payoff? Do you really live longer or does it just feel that way?... more

Dietary Addictions: Why Eating Healthy Is So Difficult

Today, most people acknowledge that drugs, including nicotine, alcohol, caffeine and cocaine, are addictive. It is common knowledge that repeated... more

Whole Grains and Your Health: Keeping Them Both Intact

We hear many recommendations to include “whole grains” in our diet for health. And now, many products claim they are “whole grain” or made with “... more