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Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania READY TO COW" Rf Al OUt-COUNTftY STYLE ChtmRtvMi CtiMttMMfcKti I Macaroni t FettyuMc Cmitelli Meatballs Giavy Tuts, to Sit. 10 to 6 Sun. 9 to 10 DEUWARBCOUNTY DAILY TIMES Food, drink, do not cause gout BERGERS for BATHROOM OUTFITS 306'EDGMONT AVE. Parking TR 4-5205 Dr. Lawrence lamb Family doctor EAR PIERCING CLINIC WMDAr, AUGUST 8fh AM to PM A ttoinW using a piKiiiM iniira- rnnit will initwlly ton. on of tit firml grnit swgicol- ileel, gold plottd end otc piMtinlinil onj w-ollwjw. it. .Compile Mr and Colon. Mosf Modern fyo glasses of AH Times Photo Grey. Impact resistant and lenses available on all prescn'i By Lawrence E. Lamb; M.D. plicated process in the joints DEAR DR: LAMB Could that results in red hot, painful, you tell me what causes gout swollen joints. TJhis is com- and what to do for it? The moiily the big but other doctor said I had gout in my may be involved. feet. The balls of both feet are Deposits of the uric acid salt IS sore and sometimes my toes in the joints lead to a form of [I burn and seem to draw as if I arthritis, called simple gouty I had cramps in them. It is very arthritis. It can.lead to a slow I painful. destruction and deformity of -DEAR READER Gout is the joints involved. r not caused by eating rich foods While diet is helpful in and drinking. It is caused by an treatment of gout, it is not as overproduction of uric acid by important as controlling the your own body. overproduction of uric acid by What is uric acid? It is closely your own body cells. The'diet related to proteins and is a should be one, though, that byproduct of the formation of gradually decreases excess new Body cells. When-you are generating that enormous number of new, red blood cells, three million every second, you are also forming uric acid. It is formed in the process of manufacturing the important nucleic acid DNA in the nucleus of the cell. Anything that stimulates the breakdown of cells or stimulates their growth will increase of DNA. It follows that a person on one of those fad diets that promises massive -sudden weight loss may have a sudden acute attack of gout. The diet leads to break- down of muscle cells and release of excess quantities of uric acid. The- uric acid forms a salt (sodium urate) that can form crystals and induce a corn- obesity without any crash effort that may cause an acute attack as I mentioned. You can eat a diet completely free of uric acid and still'have high uric acid levels and gout. A purine-free diet used to be the big thing because purines (from .tissue ceils and particularly organ meats) are used in the formation of uric acid. However, the body can manufacture lots of uric acid on a diet completely free of purines. A purine-free diet will only lower the uric acid level' slightly. That is why medicines are use mostly today rather than trying to control the problem with diet alone. There are medicines to block the formation of uric acid in your cells, others to help you eliminate excess uric acid through the kidneys and still others to control the acute pain of a sudden, painful gout attack. For more Information on the treatment andjww to live with gout write to me in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York NY 10019, send a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope and 50 cents and ask for The Health Letter number 2-3, Gout, Uric Acid. As a woman you will be in- terested to know that men are much, more prone to gout than women. Many women who have the high uric acid levels never develop gout. There seems to be an hereditary tendency to developing gout, and it has often afflicted the famous and the geniuses or near geniuses, so you are in good company. 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BARCLAY SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER MA COUNTY MALL Feastervilte, Po. Mon.llw Sat. 10 to 9 355-3507 Interested in AND TECHNOLOGIES Civil Electrical Mechanical DCCCHASIT! VPUIS MORE THAN 270 OTHER DAY AND EVENING COURSE OFFERINGS IN THE OCCUPATIONAL AND COL- LEGE OR UNIVERSITY PARALLEL PROGRAMS. Registration Starts AUGUST 27th FOR INFORMATION CALL: 353-5400 .Ext 327 328 FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE! delaware county community college media, pa. 19063 Cues for the cook Griii ham slices with a rich, orange-spiked sauce. The convenient base is canned chicken gravy: To make sauce, combine in saucepan 1 can (10' ounces) chicken gravy. 2 tablespoons orange juice. 2 teaspoons grated orange rind, and 1 tablespoon brown sugar. Heat; stir occasionally. Makes about 1 cup sauce. Use to brush on 2 ham slices C-j" thick, about 1 pound) placed on grill 4 inches above coals. Cook 10 minutes, turning and brushing with sauce. If desired, add canned peach halves to grill last fi imnules of cooking; brush with sauce. Heat remaining sauce; serve with ham and peaches. Makes 4 servings. Speedy Spaghetti for Sunday supper: In saucepan, brown I can (about 2 ounces) sliced mushrooms, drained, arid cook cup chopped green pepper in 2 tablespoons butter or margarine until tender. Add l can (15 ounces) spaghetti and beef in tomato sauce. Heat; stir occasionally. Serve with grated Parmesan cheese. Makes about 2 cups. MRS. HAROLD ANDRES RIDLEY PARK'- A favorite summertime dessert of Mrs. Harold Andres, a member of the Junior Board of Taylor Hospital, is fresh strawberrie pie in a one crust shell. Potato salad mold Americas past relives in the Sale Price of our j Bedroom Group you save 7 Drawer 60" Triple Dresser, Landscape Mirror, 5 Drawer Chest on Chest, Full or Twin Size Headboard MILEY'S HHMLIKK COMPLETE Village Green Shopping Center CONCORD ROAD AND RT 152 AT 5 POINTS CHESTER PA. PHONE 494-6400 OPEN DAILY A.M. TO P.M. THURS., EVENINGS TO P.M. TtRMS BANKAMHICABD A FUll SEKV1CI STORf SON JA CHAPMAN BROOKHAVEN Mrs. Sonja Chapman has 3 children, is interested in Boy Scouting and also works for Justice of the Peace C. Walter McCray. Her husband is the leader of troop 618. She said the children sometimes start on the potato salad before she has time to mold it. POTATO SALAD MOLD l envelope unflavored gelatine cup water cup pickle juice Stir until dissolved and then pour a thin layer of mixture into 1 quart mold. Chill until almost firm. Add remaining gelatine mixture and 4 cups diced, cooked potatoes. 1 cup diced celery cup diced onions cup sweet pickle 4 hard cooked eggs (chopped) 1 cup mayonnaise teaspoon salt Stir well to blend. Pour into mold. Chill until firm. Elaine Powers Summer Off! 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Refrigerate until set. Pie is delicious served with I whipped cream or vanilla ice j cream topping. BRANDYWINE In Bitentfrfliuai Country Concord Wilmington, bel OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS Our 71st Year Established 1904 AVENUE OF THE STATES, CHESTERi TICK DIP Available at the shelter Monday thru Saturday. Donation Please. Delaware County SPCA 555 SANDYBANK ROAD MEDIA, PA. L06-1370 Starts Today! ANNIVERSARY SALE at THE MILL STORE 1454 Chester Pike, Sharon Hill, Pa. (In The Chester Pike Plaza, On Route 13) OUR CNTIRf STOCK OF POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS 60 INCHES WIDE WASHABLE FANCIES AND PLAIN COLORS, INCLUDING JACQUARDS CREPES GABARDINES LEATHERS INTERLOCKS DENIMS ETC., ETC, ETC. 10 DAYS ONLY SALE ENDS SAT. AUG. 16th OPEN DAILY am to 5 pm, FRJ EVES 'TIL 9 pm Closed Sunday PHONE: LU 6-5444 TIME IS MONEY short time time you earn more Short time? A GSB savings account earns the highest savings account interest available-higher than any commercial bank. 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