July 2010

Summer dilemma: swimsuit or sweets?
There’s nothing like ice cream or popsicles on a hot summer day. Americans love sweets so much that they are less than resolute when it comes to passing them up, despite the potential toll on their summer swimsuit look. One in five Americans call themselves “failures” when it comes to sweet temptations, according to a survey conducted by the Corn Refiners Association (CRA). In fact, 28 percent refuse to choose between looking trim in a swimsuit and enjoying their favorite foods, according to the study. And 40 percent of the women questioned would opt for less revealing swimsuits rather than give up sweets, while just 35 percent said they would try to cut back on summer treats. Fortunately, there is a simpler, healthier solution: maintain a healthy lifestyle and enjoy sweets in moderation. “You can enjoy sweets if you consider your total calorie picture for the day. Think about what you’re choosing to eat based on how much physical activity you’ll be getting” says Kristine Clark, Ph.D., R.D., and Director of Sports Nutrition at Penn State University. “Try hard to eat well balanced meals and exercise 30 minutes a day. Then if you feel like a sweet, enjoy it!” Here are some tips from Dr. Clark on how to have your popsicle and your swimsuit, too:


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* Calories always count. Don’t think a bite here or there doesn’t matter. The calories in “itty bitty bites” could add up to 500 or more, depending on their frequency. * Sugar is sugar. Since calories count, when you want something sweet, budget for it and enjoy. But remember, no matter where sugar comes from -- corn, cane, beets or bees -- the calories are the same and the It’s all about moderation when it comes body handles these sugars the same. to fun in the sun and icy summer treats. * Pretend saving calories is saving For more tips and information on the You don’t have to eliminate sweet money. If you don’t go out for lunch today new CRA survey visit SweetSurprise.com. treats to manage your weight. you might save money and 500-700 calories. By bringing lunch instead, you control calories, can add more fruits and veggies, and save cash. You don’t have to be a corporate executive “We’re a society that is swimming in anger, * Think of calories in exercise equiva- or firefighter to get stressed. Stress accumu- always about to snap,” says Leonard Scheff, lents. For example, if you know eating a lates from situations at work and home and can whose new book, “The Cow in the Parking

second serving of pasta is 400 calories and you also know 400 calories can be burned by walking or jogging four miles, then you might decide not to have the extra serving. You might opt for an extra serving of salad for an exercise cost of only 150 calories or 1.5 miles of walking or jogging. * Don’t starve yourself or under-eat to the point you’re grouchy. Eating is important, even when losing weight. Eat sensibly in the morning, allowing for a mid-morning veggie snack. Then eat a real lunch, such as a sandwich, fruit, and a cup of low fat yogurt. Allow for an afternoon fruit snack and always eat dinner.

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lead to destructive behaviors if not recognized and addressed. Taking the right steps to cut stress can help you navigate life with a more-relaxed bounce in your step. Recognize Symptoms Many people don’t know how to identify stress, which makes it difficult to start the battle against it. Fatigue, loss of appetite and anxiety over social situations are common symptoms that should be noted. If not handled properly, they can potentially lead to compulsive behaviors, including drug and alcohol abuse.

Lot: A Zen Approach to Overcoming Anger,” addresses the issues of stress and anger. “Once we identify our unmet demands, we can dissolve the anger. Once we understand our ‘buttons,’ we can change what happens when they’re pushed.” Take Control One of the troubling aspects of stress is how it can make people feel helpless and beat down. In many cases, mustering the energy to combat stress is the hardest part. But there are little things people can do to take greater control of their lives and leave stress behind, say experts. Stress can be caused by being overwhelmed by daily tasks. By approaching these tasks in an organized way, you can feel more relaxed. Keep a daily calendar or use lists to jot down tasks and deadlines. Referencing these lists and avoiding procrastination will make getting through the day easier. Once you’re motivated, you also can start exercising during your down time, another positive way to combat stress. Prioritizing your goals can help keep you from getting lost in life’s small, nagging details. With your goals clearly in sight, you’ll be able to shake off the small stuff and use your free time to pursue more relaxing and fulfilling activities, like soaking in the tub or watching the big game with friends.

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July 21, 2010

‘Gut check’ time: Tips for digestive health
You can follow your heart or do what your brain tells you to do -- but how often do you pay attention to your gut? Good digestive health is a key foundation for good overall health, yet we often ignore or misunderstand the importance of that “gut instinct” from inside. Approximately one in four people experience occasional digestive upsets, according to a recent GfK Roper “Gut Check” digestive health survey of online Americans. The survey also revealed that many have some common misconceptions about the digestive system. “I see the frustration occasional digestive upsets cause my patients,” said Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa, a gastroenterologist at NYU Langone Medical Center and spokesperson for Align. “The first step to building a stronger inside is to better understand how your digestive system works and what you can do to keep it healthy.” Dr. Rajapaksa offers the following tips for maintaining good digestive health: * Do Your Homework: Be proactive! Develop an understanding of your digestive system and how to keep it healthy. Take action: speak to a doctor about digestive health and how you feel, research credible Web sites and books, or keep a log of food and activity triggers to identify the source of your occasional digestive upsets. Do you know about probiotics? Read up on these little bugs and find out if they are right for you. * Trust Your Gut Instinct: You are the best judge of how you feel, as everyone is unique. The recent Gut Check Survey found that one in five survey participants who experience occasional digestive upsets say others have told them their attitude or emotions are causing their digestive upsets. Listen to your body and determine what remedies work best for you. Changes in your routine, diet, stress and travel can cause an imbalance, which can lead to occasional digestive upsets. Take time to de-stress, exercise, or keep a food diary. * Do a Gut Check on Your Priorities: If occasional digestive upsets impact your life, pay attention to them! Your body is telling you something, and ignoring upsets won’t make you feel better. Make digestive health a priority -- it’s key to your overall health. Challenge yourself to learn more about your digestive system and the science behind it. * Feel Good -- Inside and Out: More than half of those surveyed in the Gut Check Survey who experience occasional digestive upsets feel their upsets have some impact on their self confidence. Restore your natural digestive balance with healthy bacteria, or probiotics, like Align probiotic supplement. Align helps to build and maintain a healthy digestive system and protect against occasional digestive upsets, when used daily as directed. The Food and Drug Administration hasn’t evaluated such statements regarding this product, and it is not

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Practicing what they teach
At Sylvania Family Physicians, Drs. Marilyn Agee and Bina Laungani strive to teach and show their patients the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. They would like to see their patients investing in healthy food and exercise instead of prescription drugs to manage and prevent disease processes. They believe that the choices one makes can provide for a healthy, longer life. Dr. Laungani has a strong interest in preparing and eating healthy foods. She advises her patients to choose whole foods including more fruits, vegetables and grains instead of high fat, processed foods. Although she chooses to be vegetarian herself, she respects her patients’ choices and encourages low fat versions of meat such as fish, turkey and chicken. Other protein alternatives are beans, legumes, nuts and soy which are plant based instead of animal products. Having grown up in India, she takes advantage of her native country’s spices to flavor foods. Curry, pepper, tarragon and turmeric are some of her favorites which can easily replace salt, sugar and fat to enhance natural food flavors. Research has shown time and again that a diet such as Dr. Laungani advocates can reduce blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and weight. As for Dr. Marilyn (Lindy) Agee, she endorses a lifestyle of a daily activity that includes running, swimming, biking and weight training. She started running by signing up for Race for the Cure. This is a great way to get and stay motivated by having a goal and benefiting a charity.

intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Interestingly, probiotics are strain specific, and therefore different probiotics may have unique benefits. Different strains may differ in a number of ways but what matters most to you is how well the bacteria strain works for you. According to a 2009 Wolters Kluwer survey of gastroenterologists who recommend probiotic supplements, Align is the number one recommended probiotic supplement. It’s also the only one containing Bifantis (Bifidobacterium infantis 35624). Bifantis is a unique patented probiotic that you take just once a day, every day, to help restore natural balance to your digestive system. The Food and Drug Administration hasn’t evaluated such statements regarding this product, and it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For more advice on keeping your digestive system healthy and to learn more about probiotics, visit AlignGI.com.

Belonging to a group that has the same goals, such as Team Toledo Triathlon Club, inspires her to stay active. She loves seeing lots of other women and many of her patients involved in these sports. She has heard every excuse there is from patients not to exercise and she promises she can counter each one with a reason to exercise and a way to overcome obstacles. As a role model, she can point out that she works full-time and has a family but still manages to make time to exercise. Even in northwest Ohio, one can get outside all year round. The Metro Parks are a wonderful place to walk or run, even in February. Both of them agree that they would love to see their patients taking fewer medications and managing chronic diseases such

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to be engaged in improving school meals and the health and nutrition of our children,” said Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack during a recent visit to an elementary school. Some children struggle with hunger daily while others aren’t meeting certain nutritional standards with the food they do eat. The new initiative is aimed at feeding hungry kids and improving eating habits.

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