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Pioneer in Natural Health and Plant Based Lifestyle National Health Association

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The National Health Association (NHA) is a non-profit organization that promotes the benefits of a plant-based diet. The Association provides educational materials, educational events, and services to thousands of people around the world.

Our Mission

The mission of the National Health Association is to educate and empower individuals to understand that health results from healthful living. We recognize the integration of all aspects of health—personal, environmental, and social.

We communicate the benefits of a plant-based diet, exercise and rest, a healthy environment, psychological well-being, and, when indicated, the use of fasting. We take a leadership role in advocating health freedom issues.

Attorney Mark Huberman is the President of the National Health Association and Editor of Health Science magazine.  He  has adhered to a whole food, plant-based vegan diet for all of his 67 years and credits his excellent health to the pioneering vision of his parents, Max and Ruth Huberman, who had the foreseight to recognize the profound benefits of this lifestyle long before most others.  His parents operated a legendary health food store in Boardman, Ohio for more than 33 years where they influenced countless indivduals to change their diet and lifestyle and regain and preserve their health.  

Mark has been a lawyer for over 42 years. For nearly all of Mark's adult life, his greatest passion has been supporting the work of the National Health Association, the oldest organization in the Country advocating the benefits of a whole-food, plant-based diet and lifestyle, founded 1948.  He became a member of its Board of Directors when he was 18 years old and was elected its youngest President in 1977.   www.healthscience.org 

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