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ISSUE # 15

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=> From The Heart: A Note from Jay & Roshmi
=> Feature Article: Lost Your Guts Yet?
=> Little Actions That Produce Big Results: Sea Salt
=> Stark Facts: Grapefruit
=> Feature: White Envelopes (an X'mas tale)
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FROM THE HEART: A note from Jay & Roshmi

Hello ,

The Holiday Season is fast approaching and one can feel it in the air!
People are actually smiling at one another (unusual in a large city
like Toronto), stores and shopping malls have started putting out
decorations, and Holiday Travel Packages are being heavily advertised.

In keeping with the festive spirit of sharing, I admit to being a "three
quarters man". Now, before you jump to any conclusions, this refers to my
practice of leaving home each morning with three quarters to give away to
the homeless. It seems like a paltry amount, but every bit counts. There
seem to be so many unfortunates on the streets these days. And, to compete
for our little handouts, some of them have had to resort to innovative
ways to catch our attention.

There is one pony-tailed young man who props the door open with his foot,
cap in hand, in a busy downtown shopping mall. Enough people must feel
they should reward this small service to make it worthwhile for him,
as he is at his post every day. Another draws the attention of passersby
by tapping out pictures on the sidewalk with a chisel, and another sits
loftily reading a book, never looking up, shielded by a scrawled
"help the homeless" sign.

I know my quarter will scarcely elevate their finances, but it is my smile
and greeting that helps them regain some of their dignity, because they
always thank me courteously.

On a different note, Roshmi is visiting Toronto to do a TESOL English
teacher course, that is certified by Trinity College(Cambridge). She is
up to her ears in assignments, so is unable to contribute to this issue.
She enjoys Canada in the winter; the snow and cold is a welcome change
from the sweltering heat of Calcutta!

Be well & enjoy yourself,

Roshmi & Jay


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and augment your life-style in each area.



FEATURE ARTICLE: Lost Your Guts Yet?

by : Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri

The 6-pack abs are the stuff of every man's (and woman's) dreams!
But there is more to these muscles than just making you look good.
The abdominal muscles, the rectus abdominus, jointly with the obliques,
act as a 'girdle' to hold and protect your most vital organs. In
addition to facilitating movements of the trunk and legs, these muscles
provide support and protection for the liver, kidneys, pancreas, and of
course the stomach. If you allow these muscles to go lax and flabby they
cannot support these organs, or the lower spine, leading in time to
digestive disorders and back problems. In fact, almost 80% of all lower
back pain is a direct result of weakness of the abdominal muscles.

Of course, its not only the overweight who suffer from abdominal
prolapse. Excess weight increases the chances, but a potbelly can
develop in anyone who neglects to keep the abdominal muscles strong and
elastic. Not only that, researchers have found that men with pot bellies
have a radically higher risk of death from heart diseases. Every extra
inch on your waist therefore takes away a few years from your life span.
Is that extra doughnut really worth the risk?

While we're cautioning you against ingesting extra calories, there is
only one foolproof way to keep the abdominal muscles in shape, and the
pot belly away! Make sure that they get a good work out. And, whichever
mode you decide on, be consistent.

Aerobics exercises are good for all round conditioning. But to achieve
it you must engage in vigorous, sustained exercise at least three times
a week. Your pulse rate must be raised to a target range and maintained
at that range for at least 20 minutes at a stretch.

Brisk walking burns approximately the same amount of calories per mile.
as does running. The good news for heavier individuals is that they will
burn more calories than lighter persons. For example, a 110-pound person
burns about half as many calories as a 210-pound person walking at the
same pace for the same distance. Of course, a more vigorous walking
pace will produce better conditioning.

However, in our opinion, Yoga is the best gentle conditioner of the
abdominal muscles. It imbues the muscles with strength, tone and
elasticity with the least amount of physical exertion and stress.
Certain postures in the Tibetan Yoga regimen, for instance, focus
on the abdominal area. Not only are the focus muscles stretched and
strengthened, the inner organs are also massaged by the rhythmic
breathing cycle that must coordinate with the physical movements.

So, this season, make a resolve to take control of your health.
Take the first steps to getting rid of that pot belly. For a better,
and longer life, schedule an exercise regimen to lose your gut(s)!

Copyright Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri


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Jay Chatterjee, a Chartered Accountant and ex-Corporate Banker,
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Nutrition, cognitive stimulation, and exercise
are the 3 steps to stop or slow age-related
deterioration. For nutrition without calories,
use pureed fruit such as applesauce, prunes,
bananas, or peaches in place of about half the
fat in recipes for muffins, pancakes, cookies,
breads, and other baked goods. For flavor,
texture, and nutrients, blend in shredded
zucchini, carrots or dried fruits





The only salt good enough to eat is sea salt from a seabed.

Although much has been published about its link with B.P.
(supposedly unfounded), salt is an essential element in our
diet. In fact, studies have shown that salt restriction may be
linked to organ damage. However, many brands of salt found on
super-market shelves, are industrial products made for the chemical
industry, not the dining table!

The refined, industrial grade salt is stripped of its natural
nutrients, and mixed with additives like ferrocynide and silicates
(sand) to prevent it from mixing with water and caking, so that it
will pour easily. But our bodies are 70% water, so if the salt won't
mix with water, it won't mix in our bodies either! While 90% of this
salt is for the chemical industry, 10% finds its way to grocery stores,
and perhaps, to your table.

So, when buying salt examine the label carefully, make sure it says
"Sea Salt".

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In the USA 16,500 people die every year from drugs
prescribed for Arthritic pain and inflammation.
In Britain the number is around 2000 deaths every year.

These NSAIDs, (non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs),
which include ibuprofen and aspirin, kill pain effectively,
but irritate the stomach lining in some patients, causing
ulcers and bleeding. Severe cases may lead to death.

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STARK FACTS: Grapefruit:


A bizarre interaction between grapefruit juice and some drugs was
discovered in 1991, when grapefruit juice was used to mask the taste
of alcohol in a clinical trial of a blood pressure drug. Since then
it has become apparent that there is an important interaction between
grapefruit juice and a small number of drugs.

What happens is that grapefruit juice interferes with the ability
of the intestine to break down some drugs. They then get into the
bloodstream at higher levels than expected, and are more likely to
cause side effects. Two statins - simvastatin (Zocor) and atorvastatin
(Lipitor) - can cause problems when they are taken by people who drink
grapefruit juice. Other drugs that may cause problems include
cyclosporin (used for kidney transplants), felodipine (blood pressure)
and amiodarone (heart problems).

Other citrus fruits do not seem to cause these problems, although
there is some evidence that juice made from bitter Seville oranges
has a similar effect to grapefruit juice. A full list of drugs that
interact with grapefruit can be found on www.australianprescriber.com


Researchers have established that the brain
is the last organ to age, provided it is
kept in good shape. So it can use all the help
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From our Readers:

J & R,
Just wanted to say thanks for a uplifting letter. I almost deleted it then
I remembered going to your website and thinking just read this. I will
go to your website again to read more.
This sounds like something I would like to do.

I work long hours, and read e-mail late often too tired to remember
what I read, much less what websites I visited.Glad I thought of yours.
Your message is timeless and speaks to the soul.
Thanks again. God bless and great health to you.
Louis J. Lopez


Get at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise a day,
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A heart-warming story we can all learn from, by an unknown author.


It's just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our
Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has
peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so.

It all began because my husband Mike hated Christmas. Oh, not the true
meaning of Christmas, but the commercial aspects of it, overspending,
the frantic running around at the last minute to get a tie for Uncle
Harry and the dusting powder for Grandma, the gifts given in desperation
because you couldn't think of anything else.

Knowing he felt this way, I decided one year to bypass the usual shirts,
sweaters, ties and so forth. I reached for something special just for
Mike. The inspiration came in an unusual way. Our son, Kevin, who was
12 that year, was wrestling at the junior level at the school he attended,
and shortly before Christmas, there was a non-league match against a
team sponsored by an inner-city church. These youngsters, dressed in
sneakers so ragged that shoestrings seemed to be the only thing holding
them together, presented a sharp contrast to our boys in the spiffy blue
and gold uniforms and sparkling new wrestling shoes.

As the match began I was alarmed to see that the other team was wrestling
without headgear, a kind of light helmet designed to protect a wrestler's
ears. It was a luxury the ragtag team obviously could not afford.

Well, we ended up walloping them. We took every weight class. And as each
of their boys got up from the mat, he swaggered around in his tatters with
false bravado, a kind of street pride that couldn't acknowledge defeat.

Mike, seated beside me, shook his head sadly, "I wish one of them could
have won," he said. "They have a lot of potential, but losing like this
could take the heart right out of them." Mike loved kids, all kids, and
he knew them, having coached little league football, baseball and lacrosse.

That's when the idea of his present came. That afternoon, I went to a
local sporting goods store and bought an assortment of wrestling headgear
and shoes and sent them anonymously to the inner-city church. On Christmas
Eve, I placed the envelope on the tree, the note inside telling Mike what
I had done and that this was his gift from me.

His smile was the brightest thing about Christmas that year and in
succeeding years. For each Christmas, I followed the tradition, one year
sending a group of mentally handicapped youngsters to a hockey game,
another year a check to a pair of elderly brothers whose home had burned
to the ground the week before Christmas, and on and on.

The envelope became the highlight of our Christmas. It was always the last
thing opened on Christmas morning and our children, ignoring their new toys,
would stand with wide-eyed anticipation as their dad lifted the envelope
from the tree to reveal its contents. As the children grew, the toys gave
way to more practical presents, but the envelope never lost its allure.

The story doesn't end there. You see we lost Mike last year due to dreaded
cancer. When Christmas rolled around, I was still so wrapped in grief that
I barely got the tree up. But Christmas Eve found me placing an envelope
on the tree, and in the morning, it was joined by three more.

Each of our children, unbeknownst to the others, had placed an envelope
on the tree for their dad. The tradition has grown and someday will
expand even further with our grandchildren standing around the tree with
wide-eyed anticipation watching as their fathers take down the envelope.

Mike's spirit, like the Christmas spirit, will always be with us.


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