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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-08-23

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TN Contents

Student Rena Bergman in the Frankel Jewish Academy's new lounge.

Nutritionally
Speaking

JNonline.us
Aug. 23-29, 2007
9-15 Elul 5767
Vol. CXXX1I, No. 3

By Barbara Beznos, RD, LD/N

Integrated Nutrition,

Special Report

Meeting the Challenge 13

Frankel Jewish Academy moves to new
permanent facility within the JCC.

Metro

New Postville Charges 16

Kosher slaughterhouses in Iowa, Nebraska
cited in new complaints.

world/ Israel

Emergency Aid 23

Jewish dollars help relieve stresses
from last summer's war.

Opinion

For late-breaking news:

34
35
Around Town
Arts/Entertainment..41
28
Business
8
Front Lines
6
Letters
Marketplace
60
54
Mazel Toy!
Metro
13
8
Online
Opinion
26
36
Sports
Staff Box
10
38
The Scene
To Do!/Calendar .... 51

JNF Debate 27

jewish.com

Should JNF land in Israel be leased
only to Jews?

To DoI/Crossword...53
To Life!
31
Torah Portion
40
World/Israel
23

Obituaries

73
Cantor Asher Adler .74

On The Cover:

To Life!

Home Away From Home 31

Israeli campers share in summer of adventure
and Jewish learning at Tamarack.

Miles Levin

Columnists
George Cantor
Keri Cohen
Danny Raskin
Robin Schwartz
Gail Zimmerman

A New Voice 41

26
5
49
35
42

On The Cover:

Tamarack campers celebrate the summer: Clockwise from bottom left,
Sapir Ben Hahn, Jezreel Valley; Simona Librov, Nazareth Illit; Josh Turkin,
Farmington Hills; Chad Chaiken, Farmington Hills; Dean Azulay, Migdal
Ha'Emek; Ami Roitman, Nazareth
Demarcalin Sylvestre, Highland
Park, Mich.; Ortal Cohen, Jezreel Valley; Sapir Ayanot, Jezreel Valley; Noy
Rodko, Jezreel Valley; Liza Perlov, Nazareth Illit; Yulia Shkolnikav, Nazareth
Illit; Michael Lipsky, West Bloomfield
Photography, Brett Mountain
Page design, Lindsay Schwartz

The Detroit Jewish News (USPS 275-520) is published every Thursday with additional
supplements in March, October, November and December at 29200 Northwestern
Highway, #110, Southfield, Michigan. Periodical postage paid at Southfield, Michigan,
and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: send changes to: Detroit Jewish News, 29200
Northwestern Highway, #110, Southfield, MI 48034.

Arts & Entertainment

Former Michigander Melissa Greener is making
her mark on the music scene.

Shabbat Lights

Candlelighting
Friday, Aug. 24,
8:02 p.m.
Shabbat Ends
Saturday, Aug. 25,
9:04 p.m.

Candlelighting
Friday, Aug. 31,
7:51 p.m.
Shabbat Ends
Saturday, Sept. 1,
8:51 p.m.

Key JN Phone Numbers:

LLC

ues-
tion:
Dear
Barb, n you
explain the fol-
lowing terms:
Alternative,
Complemen-
tary, Ayurvedic, Integrative, and
Naturopathic Medicines? Estelle.

nswer: Dear Estelle, OK,
I'll take a crack at it. Let
_L M me start by saying that
these terms sometimes overlap and
are often defined/used imprecisely.
Having offered that caveat, here
are my best definitions:
• Alternative Medicine:
Various ways of healing or
treating disease that are
considered outside the
mainstream of convention-
al western medicine;
• Complementary
Medicine: Practices or
procedures of Alterna-
tive Medicine that are
accepted and/or widely
utilized by conventional
medicine;
• Ayurvedic Medicine (also
known as Ayurveda): An ancient
(alternative) system of health
care native to India that focuses
on diet and treating the "whole"
person;
• Integrative Medicine: An inte-
gration of mainstream medical/
scientific therapies and alterna-
tive treatments that address the,
"body, mind, and soul";
• Naturopathic Medicine (also
known as Naturopathy): A medi-
cal philosophy that focuses on
assisting the body's own recuper-
ative abilities. I hope this helps
answer your question.
— Barbara Beznos,
Registered Dietitian

Direct Your Questions For Barb

And Counseling Inquiries To:

Switchboard:
(248) 354-6060

General News: (248) 351-5144
Business News: (248) 351-5148
Arts News: (248) 351-5142
Circulation: (248) 351-5174
Retail Ads: (248) 351-5151
Classified Ads: (248) 351 5100

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Integrated. Nutrition, LLC,
32401 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills. MI 48334

Phone:
(248) 538-8050

E-mail:

barb ainte gratednutrition.com

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