Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois on March 24, 1977 · Page 31
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Southend Reporter from Chicago, Illinois · Page 31

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Thursday, March 24, 1977
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Economist_Ncw.spapurs, Wednesday, March 23,1977 Poison-proof your home Young children will eat or drink almost anything -- including poisons -- warns Dorothy G. Landgraf, University of Illinois Extension Adviser in Home Economics. Children don't always recognize dangerous materials.' This year nearly one-half million youngsters will accidentally swallow poisonous substances says Mrs. Landgraf. Ninety-five per cent of these children will be under five years of'age. Medicine, insect sprays and household cleaning I ' v \i r "Serving The Economist Newspapers Communities!" "The Most Famous Basket in the World"- IF YOU ARE A NEW FAMILY IN TOWN .. . FOR A TIMELY VISIT DIAL 798-3500 WELCOME! Ust» this coupon to let us know you're here | G.ty . Phone_ Pf^ose hove the Welcome Wogon Hostess call on me J Mail to: WELCOME WAGON SUPERVISOR : 5620 West 211th Parkway Matteson, II. 60443 ^ products are often responsible for poisonings. To avoid accidental poisonings Mrs. Landgraf encourages parents and older children to follow these precautions: -- Return poisonous products and medicines to safe storage immediately after use. -- Read the label on all medications and cleaning agents carefully. These instructions are written for your protection. -- Keep all poisonous substances in the original containers with instructions intact. . -- Clean out medicine cabinets periodically. Get rid of prescribed medicines that are outdated or not currently used by a family member. -- Buy and use household products which are available in child-resistant packaging. , -- Store food, cleaning products and medications separately. Death could be the result of a mistaken identity. Decorating cakes BY SUSAN DUFF MASTRO FRESH DAILY.. Dieters too often neglect that word "nutrition," and many of them do so because they are concerned with the number of calories in food. You can combine good nutrition with good dieting practices by following this calorie-wise outline of eating from all. the foui food groups. The first is the milk group. The nutritional plan states thai adults should have at least two glasses of milk every day, or their nutritional equivalent, cheese and other milk-made foods. A n ' eight-ounce glass of nonfat skimmed Tnilh has 90 calories. Two glasses add 180 to your daily tally. Next, the meat group. Two servings from this group which includes all meat, fish, poultry, eggs; should be eaten every day. A serving refers to three ounces of cooked ' meat. 'The average calorie-count for an ounce of meat, fish or poultry is 75 calories per ounce. Two three-ounce 'servings then amount to 450 calor-' ies from the meat group. The vegetable and fruit group is the third food Marie Kason, (left), staff cake decorator at WUkM Enterprises, IK. conducted a successful cake cake decorating classes at the Treasury Store, lllth ud Cicero, Oak Laws. Her latest class graduated with flying colors. The ladies are shown with their creations. From left with Mrs. group. Four servings of vegetable and/or fruit should be eaten every day, including a dark green or deep yellow vegetable, citrus fruit or tomatoes. A serving .of this group means a half cup of vegetables or fruits or a half cup of fruit juice. The average caloric value from fruits and vegetables is about 40 per serving; four servings tally up to 160 calories in this group. The final of the four groups is the bread and cereal group. Four or more servings of enriched whole grain or restored bread should be eaten every day; each serving is one slice of bread or a cup of cereal. The average calories in a serving from this group are 70; four servings add 280 calories to your daily intake. Kason are: Laurie Koopman, Garden Homes; Gale Polk, Chicago; Gloria Qnalizza, Oak Lawn and Sharon Antone, Hickory Hills. New classes begin the first week in April. 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