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September 01, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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BACK TO SCHOOL

Snack Foods
And Nutrition

at the Community
Jewish High School

WE CARE ABOUT YOUR TEENAGER'S JEWISH GROWTH
Sundays
Tuesdays
9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
4 P.M. to 7 P.M.

School Begins Sunday, September 10

For further information contact:

AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION, 352-7117 or 354-1050

FOR THE LARGEST
SELECTION OF
FALL FASHIONS

We Carry:
• GUESS?
• I.B. DIFFUSION • MAJOR DAMAGE
• Z. CAVARICCI • ADRIENE
• NO
• FARLOW
VITTADINI
• SAINT GERMAIN
• GIRBAUD

COMPLAISANT •-• THE STADIUM

Always 20%•35% OFF Retail

19011 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan 48075

(Between Southfield and Evergreen)

352.1080

Hours:

Men's furnishings and accessories

Mon.-Sat.
Thursday

9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.

PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR

Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile • Hunters Square

855.6566

855-4460

HaJA,A,

Clothing for the Creative

SEPTEMBER 5 THROUGH 12

SELECT

Let
Your
Words

Do
The
Talking in

FALL, WINTER
SPRING, SUMMER
MERCHANDISE ONLY
$10.00 PER ITEM!

THE JEWISH NEWS

Call the Jewish News Advertising Dept.

354-6060

72

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1989

PROCEEDS DONATED TO
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY

CROSSWINDS MALL
ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
AT LONE PINE

626-7690

Snacking is natural for
growing, active children. Your
challenge as a parent is to
find snacks that are not only
pleasure packed, but packed
with nutrition.
"Between-meal energizers
— most people call them
snacks — are important for
growing youngsters and ac-
tive teens," said Karen
Jackson, R.D., American
Heart Association of
Michigan spokesperson.
"Selecting nutritious snacks
puts your child on the road to
a healthier heart," she said.
Healthy snacks are those
which contribute needed pro-
tein, vitamins, minerals and
fiber while avoiding too much
fat, cholesterol, salt and
sugar.
"Snacks can taste good and
still be nutritious," according
to Jackson. "One good rule is
to 'go for the real thing, and
avoid snacks that contain
calories and little else?'
During the American Heart
Association's Food Festival,
Sept. 10-16, suggestions on
healthful foods can be found
at participating super-
markets. The AHA en-
courages parents to take ad-
vantage of this opportunity to
examine family snacking
habits and involve children in
preparing snacks that are
good for them.
The AHA also has recipes
for healthful, between-meal
snacks that your child can
prepare at home with little
supervision and instruction.
They include:
FROZEN BANANAS
2 bananas cut in half
2 tablespoons of old-
fashioned peanut
butter
Approximately 1/2 cup of
evaporated skim milk
Chopped nuts or crunch
bran cereal
Mix peanut butter with
evaporated skim milk until
mixture is the consistency of
egg whites. Roll bananas in
peanut butter mixture. Then
roll in nuts and/or cereal.
Place in freezer until frozen.
Serves four.

FLAVORED POPCORN-
Pop corn without using oil.
Season to taste with any of
the following items: chili
powder, onion powder, garlic
powder, grated Parmesan
cheese or cinnamon. If pop-
corn is sprayed with a non-
stick vegetable coating while
hot, the seasonings will
adhere more easily. This
snack can be stored in an air-
tight container for future
snacking.

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