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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 24, 1973 YOUR HORO FRIDAY, -MAY 25 Your birthday today: Ush- ers in a long series of chal- lenging episodes. As you cope By JEAN 6 DIXON be'ler. Expect delays and', CAXCKH your work, j Early diligent preparation put top today. You'll 1: have alternatives ready. TAUKlft (April 20 May lenging As you cope oin with one siUnUon, you in- I achieved. w'.ve yourself in another. You must grow and develop this year. Relationships range from quiet to stormy. To- day's natives are versatile, normally sensitive scholars. 21 April stronger factors in your se> i achieved. cess It's a difficult day at best LEO (July T.; ._ _ ._ don't male it more so. Honor cjanmitmcnts you ye b.un: .K! Ant iJ-.Ui'c. Y hi biui't tu. i the V.v.lh i.i wards. sprcr.i's: n-.v beeome THE STOMACH-ACHES ARE A LEGITIMATE 2 plunging' into: Jan. TUMBLEWEEDS-Sy Tom K. Ryan Big Small VBli _ f issues take several The less you rely on travel, as tempora-ry. rounds and should be regarded wind up the wcrk. _..... Be" sure VIRGO (Aug. you haven't, for _ i You must learn nwe about lot- i AQUARIUS (.Jan. 20 Fob. Ulna others work a: feir own I I'D: Thrift is eraphEi.zcd. fe: LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. i fie fS tilf likely. Take yourse-lf out oi' com- I LIBRA (Sept. Oct. pc i'uin. What ycu can do p.brjt tcdr.y's PlSC'Sr. a-'eb. 10 March conflicts may be limited. Near :'i aa-per is cat u" may i at-hand details are most amrn- curtail progress. T :ke able to adjustment. tic.-al care in vs'ne; mechanical i SCORPIO (Oct. Nov. or e'ectnea! things. A vigorous expression of your 1S73. T'ie Ciilcago Tribune Lecithin icon't cut cholesterol LISTENING...THE CHIEFANP COLONEL ARE HAVING ONE OF THEIR BATTLES OF WITS i Dear Dr. Lamb Some time ago you wrote in your column that "the scientists recommend- ed that heart patients eat no more than three egg yolks per week. Yet in a popular food book the author says that there is enough lecithin in an egg yolk to destroy the cholesterol in it and we've read this in other articles too. Now just who is right? Bear Reader I'm afraid the lady who wrote the book you referred to is not in step with the scientific community or the rest of the medical profession that is concerned with heart and vascular disease. In fact, three of her books are on the "not list prepared by the Chicago Nutrition Assn. I continually get questions about lecithin "breaking up the or "neutralizing the chol- estrol" and other such state- ments. Egg yolks do contain lecithin. Lecithin is one type of fatty acid. Originally it was hoped that it would help to im- prove solubility cf the fatty particles in the bloodstream and thereby prevent athero- sclerosis. Dedicated scientists have evaluated this problem rather carefully in hopes to achieve this. The results of carefully de- signed experiments have es- tablished clearly that the addi- tion of lecithin and like prod- ducts to the diet will not lower the blood cholesterol, it will not dissolve the fats in the bloodstream and most specifi- cally it will not prevent athero- sclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, that leads to di- sease and strokes. Publications that state to the contrary do not have the stamp of approval by the scientific community and the statements are. not supported by competent scien- tific investigation. 1 personally telephoned Dr. Jeremiah Stamler in Chicago who has been one of the pion- eer investigators in this area and with others carried out a great deal of the research of lecithin and related substances. I have also discussed this spe- cific point with the medical di- rector of the American Heart Assn. The results of careful re- search have been published in scientific literature and are available to, and known to. the medical profession. Scientists in the American Heart Assn. and other scientific organizations do not feel that the presence of Iseithin in the egg yolk or the use of lecithin in health food tablets or from any other source provides any meaningful ans- wer to the problem of athero- sclerosis. This is true regard- less of enthusiastic articles in popular magazines published without the approval of the scientific community. Dear Dr. Lamb Please tell me what foods are rich in potassium for someone with a potassium deficiency. Dear Reader In general the fruits are rich in potassium although there are many other sources of potassium in the foods we eat anyway. It's mere difficult to design a diet to be free of potassium than it is to add pstassium to the diet. One of the sources I usually recommend is orange juice. A full glass of orange juice three times a day provides as much potassium as is often prescrib- ed by doctors for potassium de- ficiencies. If a person will drink a full eight ounce glass of orange juice each day it will add a great deal of potassium to his regular intake. You can also get lets cf potassium from grapefruit, apples, and other fruits. But orange juice is at the top of the list for a common food that contains a lot of po- tassium. Chic Young i -A'OOaLEV DJSNJS ME I WHEM WE CUT CRASS HE ALL ROCX'S F2O.V, VAajP OVER IWTO OUR are unit, GOREN ON BRIDGE 6Y CHARLES H. GOREN H7J, The Chlaga TriUyiw North- South vulnerable. West deals. NORTH AKS-i KJ-1 0 A Q -I 7 A863 rt'EST EAST 8-1 O 30 6 5 3 K S 4 A K .1 7 4 3 SOUTH A 7 V A Q 10762 O S3 A 6105 bidding: West North 1 O 1 NT 1 <7 East Pass Pass Pass South 1 c? 3 v Pass Pass. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King ot In today's four heart con- tract, the declarer- drew a useful inference from West's failure to enter the auction. West opened the king of clubs and East followed with the deuce to discourage any immediate continuation of suit. West switched at .trick tv.-o to the queen of spades. After some deliberation, declarer played low from both permitting West to hold the trick. The jack of spades