Heart Talk – In Search of the Optimum Diet – 1989 FASEB

Heart Talk – In Search of the Optimum Diet – 1989 FASEB

In Search of the Optimum Diet – 1989 FASEB Meeting

Evaluating, informing, and interpreting the 1989 annual Proceedings of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)

Some of the topics this issue covered were fraud in scientific research, calcium regulation and balance, dietary factors in high blood pressure, stair-climbing as a heart disease risk in the obese, fish oils and their role in reducing diabetes and heart disease, selenium and cardiomyopathy, enhancing the immune system through diet, how diet and health can impact chronic disease risk – all with Sam’s unique perspective on each session.

Volume 8, Number 2
July 1989
9 pages

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Some of Sam’s earliest interests had to do with heart health, particularly from the aspect of eggs and cholesterol. This was because of a challenge in the early 1980’s from the Wallace Genetic Foundation to investigate the health aspects of eggs.

His first newsletter was Heart Talk, which was published from 1983-1989.

Each issue reflects his focus on the science behind every concept, and you can follow the development of his Health Model as he began to connect the dots between heart health and many other areas of health.

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