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July 11, 1986 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-11

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mediate future and looking be-
yond college as well. "If my
health holds up and I am still
working in the career office, I
would like to go for my Ph.D."
Besides receiving a standing
ovation at Mercy's graduation
ceremony May 10, the cum
laude designation was bestowed
upon him for his better-than-3.5
grade point average. "Louis is
an inspiration for everyone," ex-
plained Tonya Franklin, a fel-
low classmate. "When my
mother and I came home that
day, she told me that as soon as
she saved some money, she
would like to go back to school."
"Certainly, an education has
been important in our family,"
Ellman's daughter, Haven King
said. "My father has been ex-
tremely influential and has
encouraged me to do things."
Sadly, Ellman's wife Gertrude

died one month before his
graduation and two months
short of their 50th wedding an-
niversary. "She pushed me
through and gave me nothing
but positive reinforcement and
support," he said. "Now, after
her death, he is determined to
earn his Master's degree.
Ellman's adviser, Dr. Weis-
feld, said, "It took Louis 12
years to finish (his Bachelor's)
and most of the time he was
working. He never complained
but only talked of the good
things that he was learning."
Happily, he seems to have
found his niche among young
college friends and the college
atmosphere. "Being a younger
student, I have learned a lot
from him," said classmate
Franklin. "Regardless of his age,
Louis is a motivator and a won-
derful man." ❑

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nutritionally Speaking:
Use Vegetables, Grains

Special to The Jewish News

Attention!
ALL COLLEGE GRADUATES

JEWISH

NEWS

let your words
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Continued from preceding page

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Many people attempt to mend
their nutritional ways by plot-
ting ambitious programs for
complete dietary changeover.
They begin with vigor and de-
termination: no more white
flour, nothing sweet, and 20
different supplements with each
meal.
Drastic dietary changes rarely
work. Gradual ones have a
much better chance of success. I
remember, for instance, the first
time I tried brewer's yeast. I
had heard so much about this
marvelous food, with its vast
store of enery-giving nutrients,
that I was interested in making
it part of my regimen. The label
said, "Suggested dosage: three
tablespoons daily." And so that's
what I attempted to swallow, in
a cup of juice. And this wonder
food, quickly and violently, re-
turned from whence it came.
A few months later, I tried
the yeast again; this time with
less than a teaspoon. It worked.
I was slowly able to increase the
amount, and now the taste
rarely bothers me.
It's a good idea, though, espe-
cially at first, to use it in
strong-flavored dishes, such as
soups and stews. And people
with tendencies to yeast infec-
tion may want to avoid this par-
ticular food.
Where do you start your
easy-does-it program? With the
least painful changes, of course.
Everyone will find some health-
ful food he likes, as well as
those he may never get accus-
tomed to. Here are some sugges-
tions for getting yourself or your
family started on a program of
healthful eating. These are foods
that are nutritionally dense;
they offer a lot of nutrition per
calorie. Most of them can also be
sneaked into other dishes, with
a minimum of skill and inven-
tion.

SPROUTS: •These are crisp
little powerhouses of vitamins
and minerals. Buy them freskat
an Oriental fruit store, or make
your own. Sprouts can be grown
from beans, alfalfa seeds, and
some grains. They are very easy
to make; get instructions from
someone at a health food store,
or from a health-oriented cook-
book. Uses: Sprinkle sprouts
into salads, soups or omelettes.
Add up to a cupful to any bread
recipe; combine them with
sandwich fillings.
WHEAT GERM: Keep a jar
in the refrigerator for instant
nutritional gold. Wheat germ is
rich in many nutrients, includ-
ing the B vitamins, which are
important for healthy nerves
and skin.
Uses: If you would like your
cakes to be more healthful, but
know your family won't touch
them if they're made of whole
wheat flour, try this to give a
boost to your batter: Put one-
three tablespoons of wheat germ
into a measuring cup, and fill
the 'rest of the cup with • un-
bleached white flour. Do the
same for every cup of flour
called for in the recipe. To make
your cake higher in protein,
substitute a tablespoon of soy
flour for another tablespoon of
regular flour.
Sprinkle wheat germ over
cereals, and mix it into blender
milk shakes.
VEGETABLES: Go to a
really good market, and make a
habit of trying a new vegetable
each week. A sweet potato,
wrapped in foil and baked in its
shell at 425 degrees for an hour
is delectable. Raw peas are a
snack even children . will enjoy.
Try grating unfamiliar vegeta-
bles into meat loaves, or puree
small amounts and add to soups.
In general, vegetables should
never be overcooked, and a
minimum of liquid should be
used, in a covered pot. Steaming
is an excellent method.

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