Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 29, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 29, 1973
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# 0 temMFamily Safflower Oil Safe to Use Dr. Lamb By LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D Dear Dr. Limb — f am ad* dressing this inquiry to you in regard to frying in safflower oil and other oils high in unsaturated fatty acids. I have been using safflower oil for frying and now I read an article in a magazine strongly condemning the use of it. What, then, may we safely use for frying? Butter and kindred products have cholesterol and change into products, when heated to high temperatures, which are cancer causing. I like my fried potato cakes and such and I hate to give them up. Dear Reader — I will quote to you from the Annals of Internal Medicine, the official journal of the American College of Physicians, which has somewhat better scientific credentials than the magazine that you have been reading. In a statement in reference to this same question, Dr. Kuo of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia states that the idea that heating polyunsaturated fats and oils resaturates the fat or oil "is not supported by observations made on the influence of heating on the composition of edible fats. The chemical effect of heating is a hydrolysis . . Generally, little increase in fatty acid titer was noted until after an hour of eating." The gist of this is that your PRUNE ENERGY DIET THE lUCCCIirUL DIET rOR ACTIVE PEOPLE LOS ANGELES (Special) — One of the most important key health foods known to man, neglected arid overlooked by all but a smallpercentage who know the Hi-Energy value of prunes in • their dally lives. Heavy abundance of Vitamin for quick energy. 100% digestible for all ages; This diet plan works wonders for men, women, children without pills, drugs or exercise. Prunes give quick vital energy which is crucial in any diet. No tired, dragged-out feeling as with other diets. Those who follow the simple plan exactly as directed, re- S ort an important loss within le 1st 10 days. Starting from the day they begin the diet. There is usually no weight loss for the first 4 days, but suddenly on the 3th day you can expect a substantial drop in weight and then a steady noticeable drop every few days until proper weight is obtained. Eat Almost All Vou Want , Better yet, you can still eat almost as much as you want of foods like steak, chicken, lobster. And you will continue to lose weight. Full money back guarantee. The use of prunes as prescribed by the plan, will, through natural action, act to help your body keep a balance thru the entire time you are losing weight while on your diet plan, allowing you to keep your weight down and figure in firm control. Plan Available To get a copy of this highly successful plan and suggested menus: send $2.00 cash, check or M.O. No CCD. please. We pay postage. CALIFORNIA PRUNE notVi Blackburn Avenue Los Angelas, Cal. (0041 source is incorrect. Hydrolysis means that a molecule of water is absorbed into the total fat particle, but you will not have any major amount of conversion of polyunsaturated fats to saturated fats. Also in this same quote, Dr. Kuo pointed out that there was no evidence that using even refried fats produced dietary carcinogens or substances that cause can- Jeer. In short, I think the article you read has done more harm than good. There is abundant evidence that there are no problems imposed by using safflower oil or other polyunsaturated oils for cooking within the reasonable amounts recommended by many leading heart specialists in the prevention of heart disease. So, forget about the article and continue as you have been to use polyunsaturated fats in your cooking procedures. There is a lot of misinformation of the type that you have read available in health magazines for the public. Unfortunately many of these articles do not have the benefit of careful editorial screening that's required for good quality medical journals with a, scientifically competent editorial board. A number of such magazines carry material that is contrary to scientific facts and the reports are not subject to adequate quality scrutiny before they are made available to the public. If they were, they would never have been published in the first place. Dear Dr. Lamb — I wish you would settle an argument I have with some of my friends. What I would like to know is when reading a fever thermometer, is 98.6, which is considered normal, up to the arrow or is it two lines past the arrow? I say it is two lines past the arrow- „ Dear Reader — On most clinical thermometers the arrow is pointed to the 98.6 mark. The next long mark two spaces above the arrow is for 99 degrees. Note that the longest mark is for the degree marks such as 98, 99, or 100 and only in the instances of 98.6 is there an additional long mark placed on the scale. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Oquawka Dinner Attended by 99 OQUAWKA - Rev. and Mrs. Barney Schroeder, Jacksonville, showed pictures of the Holy Land at a mother-daughter banquet May, 23 at Oquawka United Methodist Church. The dinner was attended by 99 mothers and daughters. Rev. Claire Noblitt, pastor of the Oquawka church, gave the invocation. Mrs. Ruby Gittings read poetry, and Mrs. Mary Dunn and Melissa sang a duet accompanied by Mrs. Eleanor Koopmans. The U.S. Weather Bureau in February 1970 officially became! the National Weather Service &>lesburq Register*M6i I, Gdtesburg, Tuesdoy, May 29, 1973 11 ADULT DANCING CLASSES MR. AND MRS. 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