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221657_1393581743Mar 5 2014 Z1 LR

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utrition isimportant forpeople of allages, but it’s especiallyimportant for men andwomen over the age of 50, who can dramati-cally improve theirquality of life by eatinga well-balanced dietfilled with vitamins andnutrients. Though thatmay seem like commonsense, research hasshown that men andwomen in this agegroup, who are oftenreferred to as “BabyBoomers,” are not nec-essarily as healthy asthey may seem.While the babyboomer generation,which is generallyregarded as those people bornbetween 1946 and 1964,boasts longer life expectanciesthan any generation thatcame before them, some of that can likely be chalked upto advancements in medicalcare, including a boomingpharmaceutical industry thatseemingly has an antidote toevery ailment. But a 2013study from researchers at theWest Virginia UniversitySchool of Medicine foundthat baby boomers are lesshealthy than the generationthat immediately precededthem, tending to be morelikely to have higher levels of hypertension, diabetes andhigh cholesterol. While thatnews might be sobering, it’snever too late for men andwomen over 50 to start eatinghealthier diets, which can reducetheir risk of a wide range of ail-ments, including heart disease,stroke and osteoporosis.The following are a few waysmen and women over 50 can altertheir diets so their bodies are get-ting what they need to live longand healthy lives well into theirgolden years. As is always the case,men and women should discussany potential changes to their dietswith their physicians to ensure thechanges will be both effective andhealthy.
Balance your diet.
Kids hear of the benefits of abalanced diet seemingly from themoment they enter a classroom forthe first time, but many adults failto heed that basic advice as theyget further and further away fromkindergarten. When changing
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•Wayne Elks 2181presents Fish andChips night on Wednesday, March 5; serv-ing 5:30-7:30pm.Eat in or take out.Adults $10.00 in advance; $12.00 at thedoor;children under 12 $5.00;includesfish, chips, coleslaw, dessert, coffee andtea.Join us for the perfect AshWednesday meal.Call Joyce at 973-956-8956 for reservations.
•The Pompton Lakes Music ParentsAssociation will be hosting a Thistle Fish &Chips fish fry fundraiser on Friday, March7 from 6-8pm at the Pompton Lakes HighSchool Cafeteria located at 44 LakesideAve., Pompton Lakes. Fish and Chips orChicken and Chips Dinners and are avail-able for both dine in or carry out. Presales for carry out orders are $15.00 perperson and dine in orders are $16.00 perperson and includes beverages anddessert. All proceeds from the event go tothe PLHS Music Parents Association forsupport of the PLHS Music Departmentand our scholarship fund. To place carryout orders or for more information emailplhsmafundraising@gmail.com or callGeorge Casimero at 973-934-8515and/or Tom Jeron at 973-626-6620.Please make sure to include your name,telephone number, and your desiredselections. A member of the PLHS MusicAssociation will confirm your order.
•Wayne Elks 2181will hold a St Patrick’sDay dinner danceon Saturday, March 8music by DJ Lou Nadermenu by ChefBob Fisherdonation $30.00chaired byKathy Payne for reservation call Joyceand 973-956-8956.
MAR 13
•Immaculate Heart of Mary’s AnnualLaughs for Ladies Tricky Tray and ComedyShow will be held on Thursday, March 13at the Westmount Country Club inWoodland Park. Tickets are on sale now! Tickets are $60 and include dinner, acomedy show starring Patty Rosborough,and a free sheet of regular basket tickets.Doors open at 5:30pm. Hot butlered horsd’ouerves! Bring a friend or two andhave a great time. Tickets are on sale inthe school office. For info andtickets, call the school office at 973-694-1225 or the Rectory at 973-694-3400.
MAR 15
•The Knights of Columbus fromImmaculate Heart of Mary Church willhost a St. Patrick’s Day Family Dinner-Dance on Saturday, March 15 at 6:30pmat the IHM School Gym on Ratzer Road,Wayne. The fun evening will includeappetizers, a full corn beef dinner withbeverages and entertainment from Pipersand Step Dancers. Donation is adults-$42; children under 12- $22. The pro-ceeds will be used for charities supportedby the K of C. Tickets may be obtained bycalling the parish office at 973-694-3400between 10am-4pm.•Celebrate Purim at Shomrei Torah, 30Hinchman Avenue, Wayne,on Saturdayevening, March 15.Megillah readingbegins at 7:45pm, followed by a Passover wine tasting and dessert Reception spon-sored by the Men’s Club.Continue thejoyful evening with an original PurimSpiel production of “Hang on Hamen, theAdventure” at 9:30pm. Suggested dona-tion: $18. For information or to r.s.v.p.:office@shomreitorahwcc.org.
MAR 16
•The Wayne Valley High School Springcraft show will be held on Sunday, March16 from 10am- 5pm.The school is locat-ed at 551 Valley Rd.The show will besponsored by Project Graduation and pro-moted by P.J.’s Promotions.Over 100quality exhibitors from four states will beparticipating with handmade items, artand photography.Admission is $3.00.For further information please go to www.pjspromotions.com or call 201-666-1340.
MAR 19
•St. Michael’s Episcopal Church at 1219Ratzer Road, Wayne will hold a Fish ‘nChips Dinner being catered by “TastefullyBritish.”This event will take place onWednesday, March 19 at the church from5:30-7:30pm.Tickets are $15/Adult -$8/Child 12 and under.Dinner includescoleslaw and dessert.Dine in Parish Hallor take out.Your choice of fish or chick-en fingers.There will be limited seatingso please call the church office Tuesday-Friday from 9am-5pm at 973-694-1026.Tickets are now available throughMarch 16; no later. No tickets will be soldat the door.
MAR 21
•Wayne Elks 2181 auxiliary will holdBunco night on Friday, March 21. Doorsopen at 6:15pm; games begin at7pm.Donation of $7.00 includes lots offun prizes coffee tea dessert. Call Joyce at973- 956-8956.
MAR 22
•GST Unlimited, non-profit, helping fami-lies in need, will be hosting a Tricky Trayevent on Saturday, March 22 at Knightsof Columbus, 84 Lincoln Park Rd.Pequannock. Start time 4pm. Tickets-$30. Ticket includes food, 1 sheet of tick-ets, door prizes, DJ. Cash bar. Advancetickets are available by calling 973-850-6400 or visit 103 Arch Street in Butler atthe store. www.gstunlimited.orggstun-limited@gmail.com
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