The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 842
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 842

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16D THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 NC p Advertisement PALM BEACH COUNTY LIVING i m f : You and Your Eyes by Dr. Robert Bentz Board Certified Ophthalmologist School menus C FOR CATARACT PREVENTION Recent research indicates that women who take vitamin C supplements for at least ten years seem to nave fewer cat Ham and cheese sandwich Hamburger on oat bun Pizza Fruits and vegetables (select two) Black beans Salad cup Fresh fruit (two choices) Canned fruit (two choices) Juice Garden salad (two choices) Milk (select one) Whole, low fat or skim Milk Lunch Main dish (select one) Beef tacos Submarine sandwich Hamburger on oat bun Chicken patty on oat bun Fruits and vegetables (select two) French fries Seasoned com Two fresh fruit choices Canned fruit (two choices) Juice Garden salad (two choices) Milk (select one) Whole, low fat or skim 7 1 special time. Eye injuries, certain medications, diabetes, kidney disease, and high blood pressure, may contribute to the formation of cataracts. Infants and newborns can develop cataracts as a result of heredity or disease. Although cataract surgery is rarely an emergency procedure, If the cataract causes glaucoma, some cases may warrant immediate action. We're located at 4820 Okeechobee Blvd.. P.S. The most important way to delay cataract formation involves protecting the eyes from ultraviolet light with sunglasses and wide-brimmedhats. Dr. Robert L. Bentz Board Certified Ophthalmologist A Bentz Eye Center aracts than those who do not. his find ina is based on a survev of the vitamin- C intake of 250 women in their 50s, 60s, and 70s and matching it to whether they had cataracts. Vitamin C is an antioxidant vitamin that is believed to delay the formation of cataracts by preventing damage to the proteins in the lens of the eye, which contains higher concentrations of vitamin C than other tissues in the body. Previous research indicates that lens tissues become saturated with vitamin C at just 1 50 to 250 milligrams per day. For more information on cataracts or to schedule an appointment call BENTZ EYE CENTER at 689-5500 for your Breakfast Assorted muffin or cereal Eggs and grits Oat bran toast Fruit or juice Milk Lunch Main dish (select one) Chili con came and hot bread Ham and cheese sandwich Hamburger on oat bun Pizza Fruits and vegetables (select two) Seasoned corn Salad cup Fresh fruit (two choices) Canned fruit (two choices) Juice Garden salad (two choices) Milk (select one) Whole, low fat or skim nam L TEACHER WORK DAY Breakfast Waffle or cereal Eggs and grits Oat bran toast Fruit or juice Milk Lunch Main dish (select one) Cuban chicken wrice and hot bread Happy Breakfast French toast or cereal Eggs and grits Oat bran toast Fruit or juice Doctors Day. lb1 Til tG n :0'i v.u Ik. hC1 01 tc 2 j tA ) .'jr. i ,i, or. 4.' r or XI, ci.j ST, ill' a .11 iirl ft jfi more & J HI TiJ JV Breakfast Hot pancake or cereal Eggs and grits Oat bran toast Fruit or juice Milk Lunch Main dish (select one) Turkey pot pie and hot bread Turkey and cheese sandwich Hamburger on oat bun Low fat hot dog on bun Fruits and vegetables (select two) French fries Seasoned green beans Salad cup Fresh fruit (two choices) Canned fruit (two choices) Juice Garden salad (two choices) Milk (select one) Whole, low fat or skim Senior menus Salisbury steak with gravy Oven baked potatoes California vegetable medley Rye breadmargarine Orange Milk Sliced ham with pineapple juice Cut yams Green beans with red peppers Dinner rollmargarine Cookie Banana Milk Boneless chicken breast with cranberry glaze Mashed potatoes au graten Gingered carrot cuts White breadmargarine Fruit in season Milk Turkey frankfurter Sauerkraut Potato salad Hot dog bun, mustard Orange Milk Barbecued hamburger Com Baked beans with tomatoes Bun, mustard Chocolate pudding Milk How to get events listed To get an upcoming event listed in the Living section, send a press release at least two weeks ahead of the event to The Palm Beach Post, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 34416-4700. Call 820-4541. Be sure to include a number where we can reach you during office hours. Listings are published on a space available basis. Uatural Skin Body Therapies V Vay T Herbs 561-653-7157 Triditionil Herbal Remedies FeeielMtmje Herbal lorfy wnpt I Ctn Btlli Sl Ctitictli I Orjimc Blk Harlt We at Tenet South Florida HealthSystem would like to thank the than 7,000 affiliated physicians that make and hard work has made a difference in the us who we are. Your dedication lives of those in our community Ml Qi and in the quality of our healthcare. Thank you for making us all better. SOUTH Florida heaithsystem Coral Gables Hospital Defray Medical Center Fair Oaks Hospital Florida Medical Center Florida Medical Hialeah Hospital Hollywood Medical Center North Ridge Medical Center North Shore Medical Center Palm Beach Palmetto General Hospital Parkway Regional Medical Center Pinecrest Rehabilitation Hospital West Boca Center South Gardens Medical Center Medical Center Facial Special MO with ffm ail

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