Over two decades ago, researchers observed that New Zealand’s coast-dwelling Maori had a lower incidence of arthritis-related disease than the Maori who lived inland. The cause was traced to the coastal Maori’s consumption of green-lipped mussels. With the risks of many anti-inflammatory prescription drugs continuing to make headlines, it is vital for arthritis sufferers, asthmatics, and others with inflammation-related disorders to find safer options. In The Inflammation Revolution, you will learn how a “miracle from the sea” can bring relief to millions.
Georges M. Halpern, MD, PhD, attended medical school at the University of Paris. He subsequently received a PhD from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Paris XI-Chatenay Malabry.