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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 LETMBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, June 21, 1973 LAWRENCEELAMB.MD Diabetic ivants lower blood sugar By JEANE DIXON FRIDAY, JUNE 22 Your birthday todaj: Dai- ly living takes on an adven- turous, dramatic quality in the year ahead. Relation- MRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Unsettled conditions discour-1 speculative or] should with details is a j prune concern. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 50 HERE I AM ONABU560IN6I TO CAT' FOR SOMEONE HATES 60IN6 ID CAMP, I SURE A LOT OP TIME _ I UFNTTDTWE UKON6 EVE W PRAfc? HIS FAMILY Off ON A FIVE-WEEK Dear Dr. Lamb I have, drates in your diet. An animal, 'ftps of are Accept today's circumstances TUMBUWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan a hard time in bringing my with no pancreas that's fed only Today s natives take as temporary, leading into blood sugar down. I have sugar fat and protein will maintain al seriously, generally have j more desirable conditions with! diabetes, and when I stick; high blood sugar level This is a Peasant personah'ty J0ur patience to my diet f a hard time done by converting the proteins ARIES (March 21 April rCORPiO (Oct. 23 Nov. keeping it down. I take two to glucose sugar. Even the body i Candor in personal contact shots of insulin for a total of. proteins from muscles can be, saves the day. Discussion ot 60 units a day. I test my urine every day. I am overweight and 52 years old. What do you recommend I do to get my blood sugar down? Even when it is high. I don't feel too bad, but sometimes I do feel slug- gish. Dear Reader If a person has sufficiently severe diabetes' to require insulin therapy, the amount of insulin has to be regulated in relationship to the diet that's eaten. If you don't stay on your diet, the insulin dosage may either be too little or too much. People with untreated dis- betes often fee! sluggish be- cause they don't have enough energy in the colls to carry out normal cell function. This hap- pens because the glucose sugar used for cell energy requires insulin to be metabolized, that is, converted to carbon dioxide and oxygen to release energy. When the insulin is not effec- tive or when there is not enough converted to glucose sugar in this way. Of course, the glucose sugar can't be used by the cells if there is no insulin, and as the blood sugar goes up this causes sugar in the urine. One of the functions of your insu- your charitable acts is apt to be misinterpreted. TAURUS (April 20 May Patience and keen listening will help you sort out a pass- ing situation third parties merely provoke misunder- lui then is to enable the cells standings to use normally produced glu- GEMIN, (M 21 j cose sugar and give you ener- s conversation marks have dif- ferentopmionsonhoww-ellcon- CANCER (June 21 Jnlv 22) betes should be controlled well enough that the body doesn't have to depend on fat and pro- as you express yourself. LEO (July 23 Aug. Let UO.YC utMtiiu cuiu t i e tein for energy alone and cause Plck UP share of acidosis or other problems. work and the reward for Often an overweight diabetic i if they fail, it s their Irtrtr. PrODIftm. needs less insulin once they've eliminated their excess obesity. If you are able to stay on a good diet that gradually elimin- ates your excess fat this might help you, but I think you should rsow you have a boost of ex tra energy. Confine your at- tention to matters you under- stand It's no day for solving riddles. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Anything you do will stir repercussions, one way or an- other Be selective, strive for constructive actions CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Unorthodox schemes have special appeal. Young people need your encouragement to think for themselves. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Expecting little from oth- ers, paae your efforts to cairy a full routine plus extras with- out stress. PISCES (Feb. 19 March Make no special attempt to stay in contact with influen- tial people. Home life is better. I (1973, The Chicago Tribune) HOW ENCHANTING! THE CLASSIC KEEPSAKE! WHAT EVERY GIRL LOOK WHAT LIMPIP LIZARP GAVE ME, FATHER: A ROCK PAPERWEIGHT WHY IF VDU RUN OUT OF PAPER YOU CAN PRACTICE SHOT-PUTTING.' ANP SO Chic Young insulin in the body, the glucose let your doctor w about sugar in the blood can't oe util- wha[ our blood sugar ]evel ized and its level increases to md that ?our main large amounts effort should to stick to th The high blood sugar fan t diet that he recommends for what makes you _ tired. It s the the amount of he fe inability to provide energy to ing u_ If d -t d fc the ceils. Because sugar! can't be utilized in severe un- Ask Andy Sea circulation treated diabetes, these mdhid- uals use fat and proteins for metabolism. The end products, particularly of the fat, are ke- tone bodies or acetone bodies which are strong acids. The ex- cess accumulation of these leads to diabetes acidosis and even coma. Blood sugar is also formed from the proteins in the body, if you don't have any carbohy- you're not going to get maximum advantage of the his help, and in fact could run into difficulties. Send jour questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news- paper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on low blood sugar, send 59 cents to the same address and ask "Low Blood Sugar" booklet. 1 Sea Also present are mingling drops from the tropics and from other part of the global ocean. The deep waters crawled 1 there, taking centuries to travel ifrom under the icy Antarctic i shelf. The surface levels travel- td somewhat faster, heaved by .tossing tides and blown by GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN Tils Neither vulnerable. West deals: NORTH 436 STKJ2 C K543 A IB 9 S 4 WEST EAST Q 10 8 4 10 A hirfriir a West JCorth East South 1 A Pass 1 JJble. Pass 1 r Jt A Pass 1 NT Pass 4 V Pass A A Pass Pass Pass Opening jead: Ace of 0 Italy not only won the World Bridge Olympiad held in Miami Beach last June, but captured the Women's Team event as well. A strong performance by South Africa, whose contingent, in- cidentally, was coached by my good friend and longtime THE CANADIAN PRESS. G. Diefenba- ker became the first Con- servative prime minister in Canada in 22 years. Allies captured Alfned Krupp during the Second World War. Africa Korps captured Tobruk during the Second World War. McCormick patented his first reaper. Smith of Vir- ginia died. The winds and tides help to Each letter stands for a dif-, circulate the surface ocean wa- j :rent digit ters. At deep levels, circulation You may remember the sfled UP tem- What Mf Pf inch along the bottom. Cold j water is denser and therefore i heavier. Water that contains {extra helpings of dissolved j chemicals also is heavier. Under the icy Antarctic shelf, the water is cold and also ex- tra salty. It sinks and starts to inch away from home. Some of it may head north and cross the equator for a rendezvous near Bermuda. This tour may take 500 to years. Here and at many other deep zones, cold weighty waters meet and j circulate from far places in the i global ocean. Off the coast of Peru, the winds blow surface water out to sea Deeper water wells up to replace the loss. Other upwell- ings in mid-ocean also help to circulate surface and deep wa- ters. Sometimes a quake in the seabed displaces enormous masses of water, causing a drastic tidal wave called a tsunami. This rare event cre- ates a mighty stir but not a regular part of the steady systems of ocean circulation. Qnestions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed Ask Andj, P.O. Box 765. HtmtiDgton Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973 -TO ADM IT STODEMTS PROFESSOR V, WHO COULD N'O'J FlKiD IT IN! VOUR 6-V -BUT MEBBE, V NO ACADEMIC) WHEM AH i- eiTSTHROU6H )N VJIF XEM, EHy PBOFESSOR? THEV'LLFO'6ir) HOW- Bob Montano WHY, DOES SHE SPILL VERONICA t SEATING VDLIWE5CT SAUCE, RARE HERBS AND SPICES WHITE TRUFFLES HI AND LOIS-By Dik WHATS ABOUT TT? I CXDNT EVEN GET ONE IN THE POOL OH, TRIXIE'S ALL HER OUT OF HER PLAYPEN ASAIN SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal HAGAR the HORRIBLE-By Oik I'D TO HIRE NEW PEPUTV. PAY IS- I.CW, HOUKS iT'fr NOW WHY WOUUP WANT A CAN'T SUT SCWEONE TOU7 MEMO) 6 1WE NUT BUGS BUNNY MVPWESENTCAK IS YEARS OLP, BUT I K5NT OWE A PENNY ON YAC'W KNOCK THIS OFF IN MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS! 8CS1PBS., YA VM90UPNT WANT T'BB TH'OMty CLUCK ON YCR BLOCK PRMN'A CAR WOULP ;