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=> From The Heart: A Note from Jay & Roshmi
=> Feature Article: by Alice Lascelles
Five-A-Day Keeps the Doctor at Bay
=> Little Actions That Produce Big Results: Scalp Massage
=> Review of Our Environment: Euros
=> Feature Article: Attitude
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Older Women Who Exercise Live Longer
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FROM THE HEART: A note from Jay & Roshmi

Hello ,

We had a little (!!!) problem with the server that controls the delivery of our messages, newsletters and courses. Roshmi, who is the more computer savvy one, is frantically putting the pieces together again. Please excuse any delays you may have encountered.

As a result, this is our first message to you in the year 2003! A very Happy New Year to you and your family from Roshmi & I ! We hope you enjoyed your celebrations, in whatever form they took.

I took the opportunity to visit Rejoy, my eldest son, and Ayesha, his wife, in Ratingen (a suburb of Dusseldorf) in Germany. The trip was arranged by my daughter, Alina, who accompanied me.

We made the most of our 10 day trip, with Rejoy driving us all over the place! We visited Amsterdam and Anne Frank's house, tramped through Dusseldorf in the drizzle, spent an afternoon in Xanten (an ancient Roman town in Germany), and visited Cologne. Europe is steeped in culture and the history absolutely envelopes one. We had a wonderful time.

This IS a health newsletter, so I must comment that I couldn't help but notice how trim and healthy most of the Germans are. Drizzling and chilly, undaunted they walk around with their dogs, or cycle about. I know most of our readers, being health conscious, are not over-weight but unfortunately, according to all reports, almost 60% of North Americans are over-weight. That is so unfortunate, as it is so simple to keep in shape by eating wisely and exercising daily.

There are so many momentous events developing around us in this new year! Some good, some bad. You know what I'm talking about. But please focus on your own well-being, because that is what is the most important. If you are not well and healthy, you can't assist anyone else, including your family. That is why, when on a jet flight, you are instructed to first put on your own oxygen mask before attempting to help the passenger next to you!

Roshmi & I join you all in mourning the loss of the seven brave astronauts who died so tragically in the break-up of the shuttle Columbia. Words cannot describe the enormity of the tragedy. Yet, life must go on ...

Roshmi & Jay


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by : Alice Lascelles (from 'The Independent', UK)

[But what constitutes a portion of fruit or veg? And how do we maximise their benefits? Alice Lascelles finds out]

Are you getting your greens? According to the Department of Health (DoH) - probably not. Most of us are only managing around half the recommended five portions of fruit or vegetables a day that we need for a healthy diet. Despite strong evidence that the five-a-day plan can reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers by up to 20 per cent, the UK continues to have one of the lowest fruit and vegetable intakes in Europe.

Last week the Government announced a revamped food-labelling scheme designed to help consumers achieve the target. Labels will now indicate how many portions of fruit or vegetables are present in certain products. The changes may lead food manufacturers to review their recipes to decide whether they would meet the nutritional tests demanded by the Department of Health. Heinz has come under fire for labelling small tins of spaghetti and sausages in tomato sauce as containing "one portion of fruit or vegetables". Critics point out that any health advantages risk being outweighed by the high levels of sugar and salt in the product.

Under the new system, products will have to meet stringent health standards to carry the trademarked five-a-day logo. But companies will still be free to run their own unregulated schemes, so what do we need to know?

Part of the problem has been consumer confusion over what a "portion" is. The DoH defines a portion as "a typical serving or a decent-sized helping" of fruit or vegetables - so a banana, a serving of peas or a handful of grapes would all count.

Juice, however, counts as only one portion however many glasses you drink. According to the DoH there are two reasons for this. Unlike whole fruit, juice lacks fibre, which aids the uptake of nutrients and helps to prevent bowel cancer. The juicing process is also responsible for converting fruit sugars into a different form more harmful to teeth. Beans and pulses belong to another group that only counts once, while potatoes, which are considered a starch, don't count at all.

If you want to maximise the benefits of your diet, research suggests it's also worth paying attention to the way you prepare and store your food. While it was previously believed that cooking reduced the health benefits of some vegetables, a study by the Institute of Food Research in Norwich suggests just the opposite. Scientists found that when carrots, broccoli and spinach were cooked and mashed, the human body was able to absorb up to five times more carotenoids, a group of cancer-fighting chemicals, than when the vegetables were eaten raw.

Cooked, rather than raw, tomatoes also provide a much higher level of a carotenoid called lycopene, which is important for combating cancer and heart disease. The DoH, however, warns that while cooking raises levels of some nutrients, it can lower the levels of others - vitamins C and B in particular - so the secret is to eat a good balance of raw and cooked.

Storage can also affect the nutritional value of fruit and vegetables. The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) recommends replenishing your stocks regularly, rather than buying in bulk once a week. "Vitamin content can decrease over time," says a BNF spokesperson. "If you leave food sitting at the back of the fridge for a week, it will end up having a lower nutritional value. If possible you should try and buy fresh produce every couple of days." If you can't, the BNF says frozen vegetables can offer a good alternative, as the freezing process stops the deterioration of vitamins.

Preparation also matters: "If you're buying vegetables that are pre-cut, like a ready-prepared stir fry, they're likely to contain less vitamins than something you prepared yourself."

This advice is probably not what the more time-starved among us want to hear. Ian Marber, a nutritionist and founder of The Food Doctor clinics, says lack of time is a common excuse for failing to eat healthily: "People say that they don't have time to prepare food - but what's faster than an apple or a banana?"

If you're still struggling to get your five-a-day then supplements can seem an easy alternative. But Marber says this tends to be the response of the "worried well", who self-prescribe supplements they don't really need.

Experts are unanimous that the best way to get your nutrients is from your diet. But some remain pessimistic about our ability to change: "It's sensible because it's an achievable target," says Marber. "I just don't know how many people will even try to reach it."

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In their enthusiasm to homogenize European trade, they got a tad overzealous and made a rather large mistake that may cause European citizens and visiting tourists a great deal of discomfort.

The new euro coins are so toxic that they are not even safe in the pocket of your pants. Just five minutes' exposure is long enough to induce itching and inflammation in susceptible people. The reason is clear: The coins carry a nickel content 100 times the level considered safe in humans. People dealing with commerce, such as cashiers, are in for a rough time of it, since 15 percent of women and 2 to 5 percent of men are allergic to nickel.

If you know you're allergic to nickel, do not handle euros. If you are unsure, exercise caution when handling these coins.

William Campbell Douglass II, MD



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Feature Article: ATTITUDE


The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o'clock, with her hair fashionably coifed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary.

After many hours of waiting patiently in the lobby of the nursing home, she smiled sweetly when told her room was ready.

As she maneuvered her walker to the elevator, I provided a visual description of her tiny room, including the eyelet sheets that had been hung on her window. "I love it," she stated with the enthusiasm of an eight-year-old having just been presented with a new puppy.

"Mrs. Jones, you haven't seen the room .... just wait."

"That doesn't have anything to do with it," she replied. "Happiness is something you decide on ahead of time. Whether I like my room or not doesn't depend on how the furniture is arranged ... it's how I arrange my mind.

I already decided to love it ... "It's a decision I make every morning when I wake up. I have a choice; I can spend the day in bed recounting the difficulty I have with the parts of my body that no longer work, or get out of bed and be thankful for the ones that do. Each day is a gift, and as long as my eyes open I'll focus on the new day and all the happy memories I've stored away ... just for this time in my life.

Old age is like a bank account ... you withdraw from what you've put in.. So, my advice to you would be to deposit a lot of happiness in the bank account of memories.

Thank you for your part in filling my Memory bank. I am still depositing.

-- Author Unknown

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GUEST COLUMN: by Phil Beckett

Older Women Who Exercise Live Longer


Women of all ages often question the benefits of strength training.

A lot of research has proven the vast physiological and psychological benefits that this type of exercise has for you. However, many older women do not believe they can perform this sort of exercise and quite honestly, think of every excuse not to.

Don't you think that it would be great if you were capable of doing the many leisure time activities you want to throughout your entire life?

Here's a summary for you of some research on this topic:
1) Muscular strength and endurance of women can increase significantly through participation in a 12-week resistance- training program (weight lifting).
2) Skeletal muscle of women in all age groups adjusts to resistance training by increasing strength and size. The major difference is the increased length of time required by older women to fully recovery from weight lifting.
3) Some older women who walk with the help of walkers can improve strength necessary to convert from the use of a walker to the use of a cane through regular resistance exercise.
4) In a group of women, 72-94 years of age, I trained for a 12-week program, three-times a week with both resistance and cardiovascular exercises, all more than doubled the strength in their leg and hip muscles.
5) It is believed that the main cause of loss of strength in older women is lack of activity - most notably progressive resistance overload.
6) Muscle strength of older women increases quickly during the initial three months of training, then levels out.
7) Women can carry out prolonged moderate to high intensity resistance training with reasonable compliance and resulting slow-and fast-twitch muscle fiber enlargement.
8) Exercise has shown to be an effective means of weight- control by increasing energy requirements (at rest and during exercise), decreasing body fat, and maintaining metabolically active tissue in healthy women of all ages.
9) Elastic tubing, even though heavily promoted as being effective, is very ineffective at improving balance, strength, and walking ability in older women. However, free weights and resistance exercise in general are effective.
10) Women of all ages (16 - 68) that I've worked with over the years with strength and aerobic conditioning for a minimum of 6 months have shown to increase strength (5- 65%), decrease body fat and increase fat free mass and have done it without any injury.

Fitness & exercise stops your muscles from wasting away.

It doesn't matter if you're 40 years old or 75 years old. If you don't build muscle, you'll lose muscle.

Exercise and fitness programs have often disregarded the importance and usefulness of weight lifting for older women.

Why is added muscular strength so important and why should women of all ages wish to strength train? Exercise and fitness will help you to increase the range of movement, increase lean muscle, strengthen bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, improves your ability to do everyday, improves health, helps prevent accidents, injuries, and sickness, and speeds rehabilitation.

Resistance training helps women tone, shape and strengthen muscle fibers, minimizing the "fatty marbling" within the muscle that results in a flabby, weak muscle.

Equally as important, having more strength and endurance makes daily activities easier and less tiring, thereby increasing or maintaining stamina.

In addition, not only will you increase lean muscle mass and overall body strength, but the benefits of exercise also include increased metabolic rate and increased bone density.

Women who exercise on a regular basis with both resistance training (weight lifting) and cardiovascular exercise are able to perform more work without tiring and are less likely to sustain fractures resulting from osteoporotic conditions.

So, what happens when the body you once knew begins to acquire a different shape and doesn't respond to activities and physical exertion as it once did when you were 20 years old?

Unfortunately, you can't change the fact that you'll age, but you can control, to some degree, the rate at which you age.

A lot of women unwisely decrease their activity level as they grow older, assuming its proper to grow old gracefully. Regrettably, they grow old ungracefully, with considerable restrictions on their mobility, self-reliance, and quality of life.

From adulthood into middle age, you will lose approximately 6.6 pounds of lean muscle mass during each decade of life. Numerous studies indicate that muscle mass may decline by 20% to 40% between age 20 and age 65.

These changes have been attributed to a reduction in muscle fiber number and size and reduced nerve innervation, and are correlated with functional declines in muscle strength and endurance in older women.

As you grow older, physical activity, particularly strength training, appears to be the best method to decelerate the adverse effects of aging. This is strength for living! The few minutes of work you do with weights a few days a week will equal benefits every hour of your day and night, awake and asleep.

While you may now realize that weight training is something that must be done, you may be at a loss when it comes to selecting proper exercise equipment to help you reach your goals.

Unfortunately, not every one has the time to go to a gym 4 - 5 days a week. Most gyms today are very over crowded so you can't get a proper workout in anyway. This is one of the reasons why so many women have chosen to buy exercise equipment and workout at home. But with all of the thousands of different pieces of exercise equipment out there, how are you to know what to use?

Not all equipment is created equal. Just because a salesperson in an exercise equipment store tells you that you need it, it doesn't mean that you do.

When you go into any exercise equipment store you'll see lots and lots of different pieces of fancy, shiny exercise equipment.

If the salesperson doesn't sit down with you to discuss your goals and evaluate them with you, (which none of these people anywhere has ever done) it's impossible for them to know what is right for you.

Their only agenda is to sell you as much as they can, regardless if it will help you or not!

Remember, they're just trying to get a sale, they're not interested in listening to your needs.

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About the Author: Phil Beckett is the author of The New Women's Guide To Successful Weight Loss & Fitness. He's helped thousands of women with their weight loss, health & fitness goals over the past 14 years. Visit to contact Phil


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