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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-08-30

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Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2007
16-22 Elul 5767
Vol. CXXX1I, No. 4

TN Contents

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Camp Shabbat

Nutritionally
‘ . '. . " )pea ieng

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14 y Barbara Beznos,

Enjoying s'mores at Temple Kol Ami are Adam Gross, 12, Michael

Kach, 12, and Daniel Kach, 10, all of Farmington Hills; Jacob Murray,

m e • rated

11,of Wixom; Jeremy Kach, 12, of Farmington Hills; and Dylan Keen,

RD, LD/N

utritior LLC

12, of West Bloomfield.

ues-
tion:

Metro

Building For The Future 13

Dear
Bar , there
a relationship
between proper
nutrition and
oral health?

Michigan Jewish Institute eyes new home.

World/Israel

_

Supporting Sderot 18

Thanks, Jill.

Diaspora aid gives hope during daily attacks.

nswer: Dear Jill, the simple
answer is, yes. Unfortu-
nately, there isn't enough
room here to detail the very com-
plex, interdependent relationship
that exists between what we intake
and our oral health, but here are a
few examples:

Spirituality

Synagogue List 26

By popular demand, weekly feature returns!

Health. & Fitness

Snappy Business 29

Two young investors join fitness bandwagon.

On The Cover:

To Life!

36
Around Town
Arts/Entertainment ..49
23
Business
6
Digest
8
Front Lines
Health & Fitness ....29
Home & Improvement . 41
69
Marketplace
63
Mazel Tov!
13
Metro
8
Online
21
Opinion
24
Spirituality
39
Sports
10
Staff Box
26
Synagogue List

59

To Do!/Calendar
To Do!/Crossword
To Life'
Torah Portion
World/Israel

62
33
24
18

Obituaries
Benjamin Brant
Israel Liebowitz

81
84

What's To Eat? 33

Detroit's kosher venues are growing.

Home Improyern nt

Custom Woods 41

Taking furniture ideas from concept to reality.

R
Fun Fare 52

Arts &

Labor Day events offer a slew of opportunities.

Columnists
Sy Manello
Danny Raskin
Robin Schwartz
Robert Sklar
Gail Zimmerman

On The Cover:

Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Lindsay Schwartz

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• Dietary deficiencies such as
inadequate amounts of calcium,
iodine, iron, folic acid, proteins,
phosphate, and vitamins B2, B3,
B6, B12, C, and D can endanger
oral health;
_
• Fermentable carbohy-
drates in the form of refined
sugars and cooked starches
(cookies and bread, etc.),
t „._ , c apnr p o d r ourn
c eost ea cbacterial ttihnagt

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in "dental caries" (a.k.a.
tooth decay);
• Certain types of food,
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e.g., sugar-based foods
/ that are less soluble in
/ water and tend to ad-
here to teeth (think, e.g.,
jelly beans), acidic foods,
carbonated soft drinks, and pro-
longed exposure to citric acids
can contribute to tooth erosion;
• Regurgitation of stomach acid
due to reflux or induced vomiting
can also result in tooth de-miner-
alization/erosion;
• Smoking and alcohol consump-
tion can lead to cancer of the
mouth. I hope this helps.
— Barbara Beznos,
Registered Dietitian

r

irect our Questions For Barb
And Counseling Inquiries To

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

Phone:
(248) 538-8050

E -mail:
barb@integratednutrition.com

Web:
w ww.integratednutrition.com

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