Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 18
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Sir. to Incomplete, Complete Protein Dr. Lamb By LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D Dear Dr. Lamb — In your oownn on inoompiCTe ana com- frttfe f»t*eiiB you failed to men Hun uSst uIG BnOTJiipieljQ proteins must be eaften tut the same man or tney won t carnpienient SHch other. Dear Reader — To clarify yourjpoint for the either readers, a protein is classified as com- ptete tf It has all of the essential amino acids (those the body cant manufacture i£rom other food) we need and incomplete if it has only part of (hem. By eating foods which contain a Mffficient variety of incomplete • proteins to include all itiie essen­ tia! tai^ ati&^ Without complete proteins. A good example of this would be beans (which contain proteins which are almost complete) and com or wheat. The combination of bean protein and cereal protein complement each other. A classic experiment demonstrated that animal growth could not be achieved by either wheat or gelatin alone ((they are Incomplete proteins) but when they were fed together growth was normal. 'It is generally believed that you should obtain all the essential amino adds alt one time to get the desired effect. If you eat only pant of them in one meal you wall laefoiaflly have a deficiency in amino acids and this will aifleot body growth and repair of tissues. Of course you Can satisfy this requirement by simply including in the diet some sources of complete protein with all the essential amino acids. This means the meat group (mammal meat, fish or poultry) or milk and milk prod-: udb9. If your diet is to be completely devoid of animal products then you wii need to.be sure ••ftialt at least one meal a day in dudes a sufficient variety of foods to include a! the essential amino acids. Remember that in many parts of tihe world, people do well on only one complete meal a day and are lucky to get that. Dear Dr. Lamb — In reference to your airticie on methods to stop smoking. My wife and I attended a county Department of Health Smoker's Clinic four years ago, and neither of us has smoked since; Frankly, I've never felt better. I was a "pack-a-day" man for about 25 years and believe me I was really beginning to fed it. Fortunately, I woke up in time to the seriousness of the situation. 'Personally I feel that smoking should be outlawed. It is especially annoying to a non smoker when he enters a public place and finds people smoking where they shouldn't. It's also annoying on airplanes and other plaices where the nonsmoker can't get away from it. Stafeticaly speaking, children of nonsmokers are generally healthier than those whose . mentis smoke. More smokers have automobile accidents than nonsmokers. Many more smok ers have heart problems, and many people with heart problems who smoke die a lot sooner than the nonsmokers. What about the cost in terms of burnt clothes, furniture, etc. Pass the word along, doc. Your response was far too gentle to your reader. Dear Reader — I have been accused of a lot of things, particularly since I started writing a column for the general public, tort never of being "far too ntie." You'd have to get up awfully early in ithe morning to beat me to the first place in line to vote for a bill that would outlaw tobacco in all of its forms. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ADVERTISEMENT ARTHRITIS There's « new discovery which some, doctors have caUed a "Medical Breakthrough"! Absolutely amazing results have been report' edl This may be what you've been searching fori Send no money. Just write for "ARTHRITIS" and enclose a self-addressed, stamped ^envelope to: Healthalds InstUuts, P.O. Bex SMS, Chlco, CA. 15121. (c) U7a. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on balanced diet, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Balanced Diet" booklet. AlWood Meeting WOODHULL — Thirty-six members of the AlWood Senior Citizens attended the picnic held June 28, in the Andover Shelter at Andover. The group will meet again July 26 at 2 p.m. at the Alpha United Methodist Church. READ THE WANT ADS! Play it safe, let our technicians check the balance and alignment of your car's wheels and put them right, precisely. Estimatei. TJ ALIGNMENT — — »m>nc uruii* tare* n /v '10 95 HERE'S WHAT WE DO e Adiiut cuter e Adjust camber • Set twin • Set ioa-out e Chick Steering Most American Cars, Air-Conditioned $3.00 more. UAIIQC* MQN. thru FRI. 7:30 A.M. -5:30 P.M. nVVll** c AT . 7;30 A.AA.,4 P.M. Golesburg Tire 244 S. Chambers St. Phone 343*41741 Galesburg^^Thufsdgy, July ..SJfrffirifr Midsummer Specials! 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