Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 33
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 33

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
Page 33
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 33, Ccii|)iiaries Bretil On Success Sttidy Of Monks Reveals Risks WASHINGTON (AP) - A governjrierjt-sponsored study amonjj Benedictine and Trappist monks-indicates that the higher you go in your chosen life's work the greater your risk of a coronary heart attack. The National Institutes of Health said in a report today that among members of both religious orders, the prevalence of coronary heart 1 disease was approximately three times higher for ordained priests than for members classified as brothers. Brothers are members of a religious order who are not preparing for, or are not yet ready for, the final vows of holy orders. . . ...··· While the study was limited to the monks, the agency indicated that the risks suggested by the findings might well apply to people moving up to higher echelons in any occupation. The findings came about somewhat by chance, said the report. The report declared: "A study originally designed to assess the relatioship between dietary habits and heart-disease risk has disclosed that occupational stress may also be a potent factor affecting the development of coronary heart disease and such dangerous complications as heart attacks." It said the study "compared a large group of Benedictine monks, who eat a 'typical American diet, with a similar group of Trappists, who eat a frugal, lac- to-vegetarian diet considerably lower in fat." A lacto-vegetarian diet consists of milk and vegetables. Not unexpectedly, said the report, the Trappists had substantially lower amounts of fatty substances in the blood serum j than .did the Benedictines and' experienced only about one- third as many episodes of coronary heart disease. But the study also disclosed that as monks from either group moved up to higher echelons within their order, their heart- disease risk increased steeply even though their dietary habits remained essentially the same." You FRESH FRYERS U.S.D.A. GRADE A FRYING CHICKENS Whole Body Ib CHUCK BLADE CUT U.S.D.A. Choice or Lucky Bonded For Flavor and Tenderness 4'/ 2 oz. Jar BABY FOOD JUNIOR FOOD KANAKA BANANA Flakes Heinz oz. Jar 9' 15' 22' GROUND BEEF 2 oz. Can COFFEE Inch ELECTRA PERK MAXWEUHOUSEi! 1 :.. 71" COFFEE Incl. ELECTRA PERK MAXWELL HOUSE^I.41 COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE Cab n*2.09 INSTANT COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE FRESH LEAN Lucky Bonded for Top Quality Flavor and Tenderness ROUND STEAK 73* RIB STEAK 79 CENTER CUT U.S.D.A. Choice or Lucky Bonded For Flavor Tenderness YUBAN^r^?". 6 .? CAUIfA Instant JAnnA 9 oz Jar MAXIM FREEZE D cX In8s r Jar TEA BAGS 48 u ct kyB o X CARNATION TUN A ^YaV. ROSAR1TA CHILI ^c an n LIBBY BEEF STEW M oz *,..,.' 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