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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Thursday, July 13, 1971 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON KRIDAY. JULY II Your birlliilay today: De- spite some inconvenience, it appears you are determined lo make' tlic most of what you have available. Whwc emotional tics are involved, relationships intensify and are subject lo vivid moments. Today's natives arc fond of adventure, individual e x- Irenies in striving In achieve them. AI11KS march Jl-April Courtesy again proves intangi- ble. Avoid uiilhinkiiiu: emotion- al rejection Obskit'le.s arc tem- porary ir taken as such ami worked avour.d. TAl'ltUS (.-Ijml 20-May LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Eliminate all excess body fat Dear Dr. Lamb Would you please tell me what one should cat if he has high blood pres- sure? I read your column every day and would appreciate this information. Dear Reader The goal of diet in high blood pressure is to help people lose excess fat if there is any or to prevent the accumulation of fat if they don't have any. So the first goal is to restrict the calories suffi- ciently until any excess fat around the trunk, including about the naval or in the small of the back, has disappeared. The caloric intake should then be kept at a level to prevent fat deposits from returning. Another dietary goal is to decrease the likelihood of fat deposits in the arteries. The total amount of fat in the diet should be less than 35 per cent of the total calories eaten. To achieve this, you ought to eat lean meats, lean fish, fortified skim milk or at least fortified low-fat milk and stop adding fat for seasoning to vegetables or using fat in cooking prepara- tions such as deep-fat frying. De-emphasize the saturated or animal fats by including in the diet more vegetables, fruits and cereals and less fatty meat and dairy fats, for example cheese (uncreamed cottage cheese and fortified skim milk, however, are excellent sources of protein and calcium and can be used without any Most people will need to adjust their diet to include mere chick- en and fish and less beef and pork. This doesn't mean, how- ever, that beef needs to be eliminated entirely. For exam- ple, lean round steak is an ex- tellent source of protein with less than 35 per cent of its calories from fat. Some authorities would also tell you lo restrict your choles- terol and, since there is some cholesterol-in most animal pro- ducts, this again means a great- er emphasis on vegetables, fruits and cereals. The most common high cholesterol food is the egg yolk, so if your doc- tor wants you to restrict your cholesterol, you may have to limit eggs. Individuals who have high blood pressure should limit their salt intake by not adding salt in cooking or at the table. Salt substitutes are satisfactory ES long as they don't contain sodium, as are other season- ings, including garlic or curry Be careful, though, about using commercial sauces that include a lot of salt in their prepara- tion. This type of dietary ap- proach is satisfactory for most people with high blood pres- sure. Some doctors recommend even more severe dietary limi- tations. The once popular rice diet was limited to unsweeten- ed rice along with fruit and fruit juices. Nothing else was permitted on the diet. This, ol course, was an extremely low- fat, low-salt, low calorie diet. It was reported to be highly successful in some patients. This is to be expected, since included weight lass, elimi- nated excess fat from the body and eliminated Uie sodium com- monly found in salt and ani- mal products. Severe diets of this nature, though, must be carried out under a doctor's supervision because additional dietary supplements are need- ed, including important vita- mins. Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Slop to think, sec if your feel- ;ire reciprocated. Much of your stress is unnecessary, be- yond the real extent of provoc- ative stimulus. GE.MIM (May 21-Jmic If it happened yesterday, for- get it. Pick up with what you have anil go on the best you know Strife is avoid- able. CANCER (June 21-July Self-reliance is your patli lo success today. Conccnlrale on i finishing what you started with or without direct cooperation. LEO (July 2u Aug. i Your money is hard to hold i onlo, wilh little gained from iLs 1 use. Associates, family may be overly sensitive. You can help achieve harmony. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Remeber lhat those who dis- cgrcc have a different under- standing; try for heller com- munication. The deal you make today will be permanent. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Pay immediate attention to whatever bothers you, get ad- vice. Distant events provide news, possibly incomplete. SCORPIO (Oct. 21! Nov. Be free with your advice where it is asked, but wary about lending resources. Major pur- IF VOU CANTX CLIMB A TREE, THE OBVIOUS THINS TOPOI5T06ET A LADDER.. chases should cor.-dilions are changing. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. Insist on going ahead with constructive action. Yester- day's planning shows flaws in proportion to your distraction, can be corrected. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. For once your natural ten- dency to organize everything brings some inconvenience. Let continuing matters go on aver to another time. AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Fcb. Line up your facts and figures, review your situation, adopt new budgets. Any momentary surplus should go to savings. PISCES (Feb. 10-March Go along wilh others' ideas, at least long enough to see where Ihey lead. Then you can charm those who count into adjust- ments. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) GOREN ON BRIDGE 'BY CHARLES H. GOREN 1C lim Br Th! CH1UI9 Trlbuixl Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH A Void V A 10 C 4 2 0 A K 9 .1 AQ32 WEST EAST 4QR2 AK973 V Void <0 K 3 i 5 O JS7642 0 Q5 J 6 5 3 K 10 7 SOUTH A A J 10 6 5 4 Old 2 NT c