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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B IETHBR1DGE HERALD _ Thuiiday, Moy 25, 1972 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON v Tili: HUH TO! tin prav Totli I'TvTDAV. MAY 2ii our li i r t h (I n y loday: i? a jv.ir of changing ili- occasional tcmpo- v crisis, challenging oppor- ics tor self-improvement. r will gel ahead with a a 11 c e (I. moderate pro- iii. Spiritual values grow. ay's native? set them- selves at odds against what- ever the existing system may be, enjoy being In oppo- sition. ABIES (March 21-Aprll Get an early start, wrap up the week's routines neatly, as you will not have much chance to go back and change anything. LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Hisli Cholesterol o increases risk Dr. Lamb With all h e disigvcement regarding rl-olurtiro1., I would like your 3 n i ni o treatment. Can i'; handled by diet, :'wul..l u look at the her n-.-'i nil he happy with over 400? fVr '.'our information I have "Atrcraid wliich caused cn'iiiiv.rnis licadaciics and diar- rhea Ti-.sn I have been on a n o t li e r medicine for [our The reading was down to no-.v I have a head- iichs cky and night. I usually fee! peppy and seem well. Should I 'live with cholesterol, or is that possible? I am 70. Dear Ilenrtcr Not every- one responds the same way to treatment [or high blood cho- lesterol I have been impressed that a very large percentage of individuals" can decrease their level of cholesterol by adequate reduction all excess not EO snccess- iui r1 people who need to lose CO pounds and only lose 10 any more than the dietary man- BEomenl of diabetes is success- ful in an overweight person who or.iy a small part of i t-o weight needs to lose. The crux oE dietary manage- ment oE high cholesterol is lim- iting your total calories and de- your total fat intake, particularly the saturated iats found ill animal fat and lastly limiling foods that are high in cholesterol. I might point out though thai rven if you had no cholesterol rll in yoiu' diet and ate a li: of saturated fat, you could still develop high blood cho- lesterol. This was proved years ago in the individuals who ate lots of coconuts as the main- stay their diet. Coconut oil is almost all saturated [at, yet there is no cholesterol in it. In general most people who follow a pood diet program can lowe- their cholesterol to quite satisfactory limits provided they reallv do enough with the diet. Different diet combina- tions are necessary for differ- ent people. Simple calorie re- striction works for some. Oth- ers need to strictly limit cal- ories, saturated ial and cho- lesterol. If need be you can put yourself on a diet of fruits, vegetables, cereals, fortified skim milk, uncreamed cotlago cheese, lean fish, and lean fry- er cliicken without skin. The dietary treatment is very' important because a lot of the medicines that are given are somewhat less than satis- factory. People have the kind of difficulty you are com- plaining about. .lust because you have a high cholesterol level doesn't mean you are go- ing to have immediate difficul- ties, ft is really one of sev- eral factors that produce an in- creased risk for atherosclerosis. So, yes, it really does increase the likelihood that you are go- ing to have problems. Montreal show delayed MONTREAL (CP) The re- opening of Man and His World, originally scheduled for June 15, has been postponed indefinitely because of a strike by City of Montreal blue-collar workers. Gerard Niding, chairman of the city's executive committee, said Tuesday night there is no way to predict when Man and His World will reopen. "That all depends on how long the strike he told report- ers. The blue-collar workers voted Tuesday to reject the city's latest wage offer and con- tinue the strike they began 13 days ago. The workers collect garbage, repair traffic lights and perform other manual work. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHAtoLES H. GOREN U I'ft: Br TIM aicm TrttaMl East-West vulnerable. West Seals. NORTH (t A 10 6 3 W43 O J985 WEST EAST AKQ8S42 OAQ10 OK742 7iC SOUTH 49 K Q 9 8 7 5 0 63 A Q J 8 The bidding: Xorth Eart South I A Pass Pass Dble. I NT Pass 3