Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 88
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 88

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'(N tht Arffftift HtpuMIe ........ Allergist claims fake food flavoring, coloring may cause Imwractivity ***** ' '•""•" ''' • ' > -. ' Vi-/ ^ ^« f _-. , i ^VJr... _^ . y w ' ; , _ f ^ . ' w M. • -^Jif, By MARRY NELSON with hives, ceneralized itch- Foods commonly consumed cist, tn«re are 2,7«M food addi- rtactWns cah be caused also the 4.000 additives nlavfie c ABIGAIL VAN BUREN ABBY: My husband me h« had met a girl he ' me to share him with, shocked when hewig-' I tneet the girl. The of us met. She is quite , my age (30), and intelligent and serious. She said: "I have a great "y to love and so has and we feel that the people we can touch ...-_„..-... love during our lives, the Hfbetter." .Then she said: "I want marriage or a because nothing in this Is permanent, andpeo* change as they grow. I I't believe in deception, unless I haye your per- to love John, I will ;: ; «$ever see him again." £11 Meanwhile, John just sat w, I was amazed at my self- ;f$iwntrol. I told her I wouldn't •Consent to such an arrange- *$*ient, but if John wanted her, >*| ? wouW give him a divorce ,v"i John said he wanted six .-<%' to think it over. But thinking it over he £*.granted: to see her. I said I -*jpwouldn't live with him while •S<»;J»e was seeing her, so he said *>-he wouldn't see her. Somehow HI believe this girl, but I'm not '" so sure about John. Help me. ^-JOHN'S WIFE »"" Dear Wife: You say you be> Jieve the girl, so if she said -vrte wouldn't see John without £*2your permission, and you "No dice," you don't to worry about John's "C-fceetog her. But yon do have '•<$(» worry about being married £*jto a man who wants swinging ^Privileges. ^3* DEAR ABBY: A married ^3nan chased me until he f inal- ^"ly wore me down. He said he Shouldn't live without me — l*1iis wife hadn't made one affectionate gesture toward him }*£or more than iO years, and if <£€ didn't live with him he kill himself (I'm a di- and live alone.) Ill I finally agreed. I rented an IJiuifurnished apartment and '2vlhad my mother take my six of furniture out of stor- je and ship it to me. It was i,500-mile haul. Well, the I moved into that apart- 'jijnlint he called me and said •Hills wife broke down and ISvwanted to try to make a go of fl|heir marriage and he f $ couldn't leave her! *|1 Abby, I signed a one-year's I* lease for this apartment and I 2 3-can't afford to live here with- f|.i>ut his help. (And to think I up a really eligible man this spineless jellyfish!) tf| Should I sue him? He has |||>lenty. Don't tell me to see a lawyer. This man IS a law- ||.;yer. — STUCK I |t Dear Stuck: You need an- ;*£ther lawyer, this time for ^^professional advice only. ;«;^P.S. There's a moral here: throw away the old pot -'"ufltil you're sure the new one ^;|wlll hold water.) '•'$'* DEAR ABBY: I have been >|anarried for six years to a £«$nan who is a good father and >»-^an excellent provider. Howev- v*ver. he is a very jealous man. he is jealous is beyond because I have never giv- ; him any reason to be. >**£; He doesn't allow me to go >4>anywhere alone. When there **3s shopping to be done, we do >*it on Saturday - TOGETH- %i*3R. If I want to buy lingerie try on something, he goes th me and "waits" for me. ; am not alone for a minute. : * It's not like I have some"wrong" to do; I would a little privacy and ..„..__ like to feel trusted. He is *.* * always questioning me. " ^'""lat did you do today? Did talk to anybody? Did you anybody?" Every eve; the third degree, Abby, he's not sick. He is possessive and needlessly ^|ealous. I care for this man, he is making me very vous. If you have a clue to behavior, please tell me. J don't send me any let- » f , getting up first and making her morning wffee, i8il Is saved- TOGETHER ,-PRlS* : Dear Prisoner: W yoti meekly aee^pt his wor< §s Jaw ywi win b« a "prisoner" forever. And as for the nightly "third degree," there is an old French saying) "A man is not likely to look behind a door tinteii he has stood there himself." By MARRY NELSON Los Ang«l«s times Service NEW YORK-A San Francisco allergist Who noted that some excitable kids calm down when they avoid certain foods, believes that artificial ! food coloring and coloring is what makes them hyperative. Dr. Ben P. Feingold admitted to newsmen that he doesn't have proof, but he told the American Medical Assocatlon's 122nd annual convention here earlier this week his reasons for suspecting food additives. , • Feingold, who is a Kaiser- permanente allergist, said he has seen a number of patients With hives, generalized itch' ing and asthma whole problems were due to food coloring, especially one known as PDC Yellows* WHIM PLACED on a so- called saUcylate free diet Which eliminates approximately M per cent of all food additives, not only the allergy-like symptoms disappeared but, in the case of . epme hyperactive youngsters, so did the extreme restlessness. The allergist said he has been able to turn the behavior problems on simply by maniuplating the diet. Poods commonly consumed by children which he s«ld contained flavoring and coloring include many dry cereals, chocolate drink, candy, ice cream, fruit punch, hot dogs, synthetic chicken and beef, pancake mix, frozen waffles and chewable vitamins. Eliminating the additives produces a desirable change in the youngster within two to three weeks, Feingold said. He said he has. seen the symptoms return within two to three hours after a child falls off his low flavoring.and coloring diet. ACCORDING TO the aller- gist, th«re are 2,7«4 food additives on the Pood and Drug Administration's so-called GRAS '(generally regarded as safe) list. In addition, there are, he said, about an equal number of chemicals whose formulas are trade secrets and whose identity is known only to a government agency. Peingold laid the allergy symptoms associated with the additives technically are not allergies because the chemical chain of events in the body leading to the symptoms is not that of an allergic reaction. These simulated allergic reactidns catl be caused also by a«pifin,,,i8nd indomethacin, a drug used to treat arthritic, he said. t* •'•'•." The chemical structures of thesi drugs are d i f f c r e n t frorti ohe another and different frdm the food colorings and flavorings- which have been implicated, according to Peingold. He hypothesized that other chemicals among the 4,000 additives may be capable of inducing reactions, including hyperactivity. ?,: > Feingold said that Identifying the food additive responsible for the averse reaction in a particular individual can be done only by a very tedious elimination process. START YOUR OWN LAMP IUSINESS F . r0n . y $350.00 1039 N. 24th St. We are continuing our BANKRUPT INVINTORY SALE OF FlNt WOMEN'S WEAR/.. Prices Reduced 1/3, 1/2, & Mere DPEN TODAY & SUNDAY FROM NOON TIL S FAMILY TREE 2613 W. 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