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Diet and Colon Cancer (7A)

Yoshinobu Namihira ,M. D. ,FACG

3000 Halls Ferry road

Vicksburg, MS 30180

Ph 601- 638-9800;fax 601-638-9808;

e mail :namihira @vicksburg.com


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Fat


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  • Brief review


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constipation

No constipation

  • Stool weight / day


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Japan,fat, cancer 1955-85

1945

W w I


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Mioru Kamata, MD(2)

  • Good health is not the final goal. But is the tool / instrument in order to live happy (productive) life .

  • The secret of longevity and happiness consists in the very process of living a long and healthy life .


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7 Common Denominators, and longevity

  • Very regular rhythm of day ‘s activity

  • Care for diet ( low fat, low protein, high fiber )

  • Water intake

  • Do not smoke

  • Mindset to shun away from stress (positive attitude)

  • Practice of quick change of attitude

  • Spirit of Independence


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Law of nature

  • Good digestion of foods and nutrients→ good blood →good perception and good judgment

  • Bad digestion of foods and nutrients→ bad perception and bad judgment

  • Intemperate eating, eating too frequently, eating too much, and of rich , unwholesome foods


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  • “people who have a sour stomach are very often of a sour disposition . “


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Understanding

the teeth


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Phagocytosis (12)


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Two choices to make

glucose

bacteria

White blood cell

neutrophils


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Awakening and solemn answer

  • Sugar (glucose ) attracts!


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Diet and Colon Cancer (7B)

Yoshinobu Namihira ,M. D. ,FACG

3000 Halls Ferry road

Vicksburg, MS 30180

Ph 601- 638-9800;fax 601-638-9808;

e mail :namihira @vicksburg.com


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Fat


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  • Fat metabolism =

  • Fat + carbohydrate ketone body

  • Antitoxic effect =

  • Toxic product build ups=best to be prevented or minimized to be in good health.

  • Leafy vegetables, grasses, psyllium seed, agar, gum guar, water cress, parsley, celery, carrot,


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Fat

  • Fat in liquid

  • Fat in solid

  • Three types of fat in the body

  • Neutral fat( fatty acid, glycerin )

  • Phospholipids

  • Cholesterol


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Design of fat molecules

  • One end of the molecule= positive charge (+)

  • The other end of the molecule = negative charge (-)

  • The secret of this amazing chemical arrangement of fat !


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  • by the direction of the turn of the molecule , cell wall membrane can determine whether any given chemical will gain admission into the cell or not.

  • By this means, it can control the direction of the flow into or out of the cell.


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Two kinds of food lipids

  • Cholesterol= foods of animal origin

  • Phospholipids= combination of phosphorus, fatty acids, glycerin, and nitrogenous compounds (lecithin )

  • Fat= hard for the body to handle

  • Lymphatic system= designed to absorb and transport fats from the intestinal tract to the blood circulation via thoracic duct.


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  • Bile and Pancreatic juices= required for lipid digestion

  • Place of fat absorption = at the small intestine

  • 60 % = absorbed into the lymphatic system, do not go through liver

  • Lymphatic system= much slower movement of fluid than the blood= slower addition of fat from the meal into the blood stream

  • 40 %= absorbed into blood system


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  • Fat absorption

  • 60%= via lymphatic system

  • 40% = via blood circulation


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  • Bile salt= detergent effect or action

  • Emulsion of the fats in the small intestine with water

  • Spherical particles=500-1000 mill micron µ

  • Micelles= smaller spherical particles of 5-10 mill micron

  • Short chain of fat ( less than 10 carbons ) = go directly absorbed into the blood stream

  • RBC= 7000 mill micron


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Clumping of RBC

  • High fat meals

  • Large masses of fat accumulated in the blood stream

  • Fat globules in the blood stream during inactivity following meal

  • Clumping of RBC

  • Reduce the oxygen and nutrient delivery to the tissue cells down the capillary


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Clumping of RBC

  • Clumping of RBC ( red blood cell)= not good news= very bad news for you!

  • Less oxygen delivery =cells hungry for more oxygen=cell malfunction ,cell dysfunction, cell degeneration, cell ischemia, cell gangrene, cell death=the whole body death

  • Less nutrients delivery=cells hungry for nutrients such as carbohydrate, fat, protein, mineral, =cell starvation, cell degeneration


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Triglycerides-neutral fats

  • Combination of glycerol and fatty acid


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Triglycerides-neutral fats

glycerine


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phospholipids

  • Lecithin

  • Two fatty acids+ phosphate


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Cholesterol

  • Chole=bile ( in Greek )

  • Sterol= solid ( in Greek )

  • Cholesterol= only in animal products

  • Cell membrane

  • Building block in the manufacturing certain steroidal hormones such as from those from the adrenal cortex and sex glands


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  • Any condition in person’s life event

  • The need for extra hormones ( cortisone, testosterone, progesterone, estradiol )

  • Physicalstress of illness= increase cholesterol

  • Emotional stress= increase cholesterol


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Physical stress

of illness

Cholesterol

Emotional stress


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Take home point

  • Physical rest= less cholesterol

  • Emotional rest (peace of mind)= less cholesterol


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Physical and chemical properties of fats

  • 1. insoluble in water

  • 2.soluble in fat solvents

  • 3.lighter weight than water ( specific gravity 0.92-0.94 for fat as compared to 1.00 for water )

  • 4.capable of forming an emulsion with water

  • Examples= mayonnaises, emulsified peanut butter

  • 5.calorie content= 9 cal / gram of fat


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  • Fat = 9 cal / gram

  • 41 % metabolic efficiency

  • 9 x 0.41= 3.69 cal / gram

  • Intestines= bile and fat= emulsification

  • Gastric lipase= fat digestion

  • Fat in the stomach= enterogastrone increased =close up the pylorus =nothing leaves the stomach any more= bad news


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  • Duodenum= pancreatic lipase =powerful enzymes

  • Lymphatic system= slow movement into the thoracic duct into the left subclavian vein and finally into the general blood circulation

  • Amazing God’s wisdom for protection= why ?

  • sudden influx of large mass of fat into the blood stream proves great threat and fatal !


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  • Fat intake

  • Sudden influx of fat into the blood stream

  • Clumping of RBC !

  • Cell ischemia

  • Cell gangrene

  • Cell death

  • Organism ( the whole body ) death

  • Death in the end= very bad news !


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God’s amazing wisdom

  • Fat intake

  • Stomach, duodenum, pancreas, to secrete various digestive enzymes for fat = small intestine absorption

  • Lymphatic system= thoracic duct into subclavian veins= general circulation

  • Slow movement of fluid through lymphatic system

  • Fat molecules =no longer threat or danger to cell ischemia, cell death, organism disintegration =whole body death is spared !


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  • 6.saturation of fats

  • The body can not burn fatty acids with uneven numbers of carbon atoms or very short chain fatty acids

  • Uneven saturated fatty acid= very irritating to the stomach

  • Unsaturated=monosaturated =only 1 carbon atom by Hydrogen atom

  • Saturated= carbon atom by all hydrogen atom, no other exception


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Body can not burn or utilize

uneven number carbon atom fatty acid!


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  • 7. melting point= oils are defined as fats which are liquid at room temperature

  • All vegetable oil= liquid at room temperature

  • Coconut and chocolate fats= solids at room temperature


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Functions of Fats

  • Flavor

  • Satiety value= slow gastric emptying=more fermentation in the stomach = more irritation

    frying= temperature up to 600-700 degree

    cis fatty acid → trans fatty acids= loss of cholesterol lowering effect


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  • Reheating to frying temperature the second time ( deep fat frying ) = acrolein (carcinogen)

  • deep fry= Benzopyrene!

  • Charcoal grilled food= Benzopyrene (carcinogen)

  • Bottom line= fried foods= not good choice!


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Important questions to think about

  • Benzopyrene= carcinogen!

  • Frying=good for your health?

  • Deep frying=good for your health ?

  • Charcoal grilled food (fat, meat )= good for your health?


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Take home point

  • Frying , deep frying of fat, charcoal grilled food are not good for your health!


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Heart disease


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Conquering the

Number One Killer


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  • Do you know what the number 1 killer is, in developed countries

  • throughout the world?

  • It’s Heart Disease.


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Percentage of

Cardiovascular Deaths

Africa

Central America

Asia

South America

Middle East

W. Europe, US, Australia

Eastern Europe


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  • In __USA__ heart disease accounts for

  • __42-48 %_____ percent of all deaths.

  • Africa 10-20%

  • Central America 20-30%

  • Asia 25-34%

  • South America 30-40%

  • Middle East 39-47%

  • Western Europe 42-48%

  • United States 42-48%

  • Australia 42-48%

  • Eastern Europe 50-62%1

  • These deaths affect not only the individuals, but prematurely rob

  • families of those they love.


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  • Contrary to popular misconception, heart disease is not just a

  • disease of men.


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  • It is a leading cause of death in both men and women alike


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  • And it is no longer just a disease of older people.


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people under the age of 65.


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  • A full 45% of heart attacks occur in people under the age of 65.


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people under the age of 40.


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  • And 5% strike young people under the age of 40.


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  • When an airline jet crashes, and 200-300 people perish, it makes

  • world headlines.

  • But in the United States alone,

  • an equivalent to more than 10 jumbo jets of people die each day

  • from heart disease;


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10 jumbo jet crash-casualties / day in USA=2,600 death a day

2600

deaths/day


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  • an equivalent to more than 10 jumbo jets of people die each day

  • from heart disease;


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Why no news?


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  • Why is it that we hear so little about the millions dying of heart

  • disease? Sadly, it’s because most people have come to accept

  • heart attacks as a “normal” part of life!


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  • For many people with heart disease,death comes as unexpectedly

  • and suddenly as in an airplane crash.


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“About twelve million people die

every year of heart problems, but

up to half of them could be saved if better prevention programs

were in effect.”


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  • The World Health Organization has stated that worldwide…

  • “About twelve million people die every year of heart problems,

  • but up to half of them could be saved if better prevention

  • programs were in effect.”


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Heart Attacks Are Preventable

9of10


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  • While “better” prevention programs could cut fatal heart disease

  • by about 50 percent, some research suggests that with the best

  • prevention we could reduce heart disease deaths by as much as 90

  • percent.

  • Simply put, nine out of ten heart attacks may be preventable!


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What causes heart disease?


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  • Heart disease usually develops silently over many years.

  • Vital arteries that supply the heart with oxygen, become narrowed

  • and hardened,


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  • …like old, rusty water pipes. Eventually they become plugged up.

  • . While it is very common, this disease process is not normal.


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  • …like old, rusty water pipes. Eventually they become plugged

  • up. While it is very common, this disease process is not normal.


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  • In fact, the vast majority of people living in societies where people

  • have a simpler diet and lifestyle, suffer very little heart disease.


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Take home point

Heart

disease

Diet

Simple

life style


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1of6


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  • Significant cholesterol plaque already occurs in 1 out of 6

  • American teenagers…


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70%by age 40


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  • …and by the age of 40, an incredible 70% have narrowed,

  • hardened arteries.3 By this time it is not unusual for arteries to be

  • halfway plugged.

  • Even at this stage, most people will feel normal and not have any

  • symptoms. A person may feel great and yet be on the verge of a

  • major heart attack.


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Heart Attack

RCA

circumflex

marginal

LAD


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  • In a heart attack, a complete…

  • …blockage of one of the coronary arteries occurs, and the…

  • …heart muscle actually dies.

  • …and by the age of 40, an incredible 70% have narrowed,

  • hardened arteries. By this time it is not unusual for arteries to be

  • halfway plugged.

  • Even at this stage, most people will feel normal and not have any

  • symptoms. A person may feel great and yet be on the verge of a

  • major heart attack.


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  • The main symptom is chest pain, frequently described as a heavy

  • feeling of pressure in the chest.


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  • If the person survives, they are left with scar tissue in that area,

  • instead of muscle. Two out of three times this will result in a

  • permanent disability.


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Who is at risk?


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  • So, who is at risk for a heart attack?

  • Is it you, your spouse, or one of your family members? How can

  • you know?

  • The more risk factors a person has, the greater their likelihood of

  • suffering a heart attack.


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  • Smoking

  • High blood pressure

  • High cholesterol

The Big Three


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  • Let’s look at the “big three” risk factors for heart disease:

  • ©Loma Linda/Hardinge Series

  • About 30% of cardiovascular deaths are due to smoking.

  • The good news is that those who stop smoking can reduce their risk

  • by up to 75% within just 5 years.

  • ©Comstock


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  • And what about high blood pressure?

  • Even small increases in the blood pressure will significantly

  • increase one’s risk of heart disease. By simply reducing your

  • blood pressure by 10 points, you reduce your risk by 30 %.

  • In many cases, an elevated blood pressure can be corrected

  • with simple lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise.

  • ©Hemera Technologies


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  • Overall, high cholesterol is the number one contributor to heart

  • disease. The higher one’s cholesterol, the more rapidly the

  • clogging of arteries occurs


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Cholesterol Level and Heart Disease

Finland

Ireland

England

USA

Canada

W. Germany

Cardiac deaths per 100,000

Israel

Switzerland

Poland

France

Japan

Cholesterol ( mg/dl)


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  • Notice on this graph that the countries with the lowest cholesterol

  • levels, like Japan, have the lowest rates of heart disease.

  • On the other hand, as cholesterol levels rise, so do the death rates.

  • As you can see Finland tops the scale, with very high average

  • cholesterol and also a very high cardiac death rate.


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  • Stopped smoking

  • Lowered high blood pressure

  • Decreased cholesterol intake

Finland Study

30,000 men and women


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  • In a serious effort to reduce heart disease in Finland, about 30,000

  • men and women were convinced to make lifestyle changes.

  • Conquering the Number One Killer

  • (Heart Disease)

  • ©Wildwood Lifestyle Center

  • (They) Stopped smoking

  • Lowered high blood pressure

  • ©John Foxx

  • (and) Decreased (their) cholesterol intake

  • ©Corbis

  • The result?

  • The men reduced their deaths from heart disease by more than half

  • (55 %).

  • ©Private

  • And the women did even better, reducing their risk by nearly 70%.


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Women

Finland Study

Results:

Men


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  • The result?

  • The men reduced their deaths from heart disease by more than half

  • (55 %).

  • And the women did even better, reducing their risk by nearly 70%.


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Reducing Cholesterol Intake


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  • So how can we improve cholesterol levels? First we need to

  • understand which foods contain cholesterol.


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No cholesterol

High cholesterol


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  • On the other hand, all plant foods (fruits, grains, vegetables and

  • nuts) are 100% cholesterol-free.

  • By increasing the plant-based foods and reducing or eliminating

  • the animal products in our diet, we can reduce our cholesterol

  • levels significantly.


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Take home point

Plant

Based

foods

yes

Animal

Based

foods

no


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  • Plant foods are also rich in fiber, phytochemicals, vitamins, and

  • antioxidants that work together to help protect us from high blood

  • pressure, obesity and other risk factors for heart disease.

  • What else can we do?


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Achieve Your Ideal Weight


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  • Strive to achieve your ideal weight. We have known for many

  • years that being overweight is a risk factor for heart disease, in fact

  • it increases one’s risk by three to five times.


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Exercise Regularly

Half the risk of

inactive people


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  • Exercise regularly. Reviewing 43 well-known studies on exercise,

  • we find that they all agree, those who are physically active…

  • …have only half the risk of heart disease as compared to relatively

  • inactive people.


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  • Exercise can include a variety of enjoyable activities, such as

  • walking, biking, swimming, or gardening.


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Exercise for Life


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  • In the past most people lived in the country, had a garden, and

  • worked hard physically.


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  • The Scriptures tell us that in the beginning, our Creator made us a

  • beautiful garden home and taught us that physical work was for

  • our benefit. He designed the human body for active exercise.


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“The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.”Genesis 2:15


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  • Exercise is an important part of God’s original plan for mankind.


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  • Exercise is an important part of God’s original plan for mankind.


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  • Activity is the law of life. A man who would lie down and refuse

  • to exercise his limbs, would, in a short time, lose all power to use

  • them. It is a law of nature that every faculty left unused grows

  • weaker and wastes away.

  • Yet, we find that today, men, women and even children are getting

  • less and less exercise.


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Hazards of Inactivity

  • Heart disease

  • Diabetes

  • Osteoporosis

  • Cancer

  • Anxiety and depression


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  • What happens when we don’t get enough physical exercise?

  • A sedentary lifestyle has been shown to significantly decrease our

  • quality of life, while at the same time greatly increasing our

  • likelihood of suffering from today’s degenerative diseases.

  • For example, inactivity is associated with an increased risk of1


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“Inactivity is as detrimental as

smoking or having high

cholesterol levels.”


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  • Just how much does inactivity increase one’s risk? You’d be

  • surprised! Research has shown that individuals who lack regular

  • exercise experience a similar risk of disease as those who smoke

  • or have extremely high cholesterol levels!


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Benefits to Circulation

  • Lowers high blood pressure

  • Improves circulation

  • Lowers cholesterol

  • Lowers resting pulse


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  • Let’s consider the benefits of exercise on the heart and

  • circulation.3Exercise lowers high blood pressure, protecting the heart and

  • blood vessels.

  • ©Life Art

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  • It improves circulation and thus promotes clearer minds, better

  • sleep and faster recovery from sickness or injury.

  • ©G.T. Hewlett

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  • Exercise lowers cholesterol levels, decreasing the risk of heart

  • attacks and strokes

  • ©Photodisc

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  • Exercise lowers the heart rate at rest.


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Compared to

70 beats/minute

36,792,000/year

80 beats/minute

42,048,000/year

Saves 5,256,000


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  • If your normal pulse rate at rest is 80 beats per minute, and by

  • regular exercise it comes down just

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  • ten beats to 70, you will spare your heart beating some


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Mental Benefits

  • Improves sense of well-being

  • Increases energy, efficiency and endurance

  • Lifts depression

  • Reduces stress

  • Improves quality of sleep


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  • Put more zest in your life. Look at what exercise can do for your

  • mind.

  • Exercise can greatly improve your sense of well-being. It makes

  • you feel good.

  • Exercise can greatly improve your sense of well-being. It makes

  • you feel good.

  • ©Eyewire

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  • It increases energy, efficiency and endurance, and won’t let you

  • down later.

  • ©Photodisc

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  • Outdoor exercise is one of the most valuable weapons known to

  • fight off depression.

  • ©Photodisc

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  • Exercise enhances our ability to handle life’s stresses. Exercising

  • after work is especially helpful to unwind and leave you more

  • relaxed.

  • Exercise for Life

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  • ©Photodisc

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  • It improves quality of sleep.

  • Exercise has many other benefits to the body.


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Weight Control


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  • Moderate exercise improves appetite control. It helps us attain a

  • desirable weight. Exercise not only burns excess calories, but

  • also speeds up the body’s metabolism for several hours.


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Immune System


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  • Did you know that exercise strengthens our bodies’ natural

  • defenses, the immune system, helping to keep us well?


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Lowers Insulin Requirements


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  • Exercise lowers insulin requirements and helps stabilize blood

  • sugar levels


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Strengthens the Bones


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  • It strengthens bones by helping retain and deposit calcium and

  • other minerals


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What kind of exercise?


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  • What kind of exercise provides all of these benefits?

  • Every one of these benefits can be obtained from plain, simple

  • walking. Walking is the ideal exercise. It’s inexpensive, it’s

  • safe, and nearly everyone can do it.


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Moderate Exercise

Calories burned in 30 minutes

Men

Women

114

126

165

177

190

144

150

195

213

230

Swimming

Gardening

Brisk walking

Biking

Chopping wood


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  • Notice the calories spent for just 30 minutes of each kind of

  • exercise.5 Fortunately just about any kind of exercise that we do

  • with some duration and energy is beneficial. Swimming,

  • gardening, walking, biking, and even strenuous chores like

  • chopping wood—all have a rejuvenating effect on the mind and

  • body.

  • [Note to the speaker, for your information: The reason why men

  • are shown burning more calories for the same amount of exercise

  • is because of their larger body size and muscle mass.]

  • How much exercise do we need?

  • ©John Foxx


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The Moderate Exercise Guidelines

  • Exercise most every day

  • Should total 30 minutes daily

  • Can accumulate throughout the day


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  • To experience all the benefits exercise has to offer, many

  • specialists recommend6 that we:Engage in some form of physical exercise nearly every day.

  • To experience all the benefits exercise has to offer, many

  • specialists recommend6 that we:

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  • Engage in some form of physical exercise nearly every day.

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  • The total length of time each day should be at least 30 minutes.

  • 40

  • If we choose, this time can be broken into a couple of segments

  • throughout the day.

  • Have you ever wondered, “Could it be too late to start?”


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ExerciseStudy

Age 20 to 82 years


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  • A recent scientific study was done that included men from age 20

  • to 82.7 There were three groups:

  • ©Corel

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  • There was a fit group, who already exercised regularly and

  • continued their good habit.

  • ©ADM

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  • The unfit group did not have a habit of exercising and did not ever

  • get motivated to start.

  • ©Artville

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  • The third group started out as unfit but became involved in regular

  • exercise


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Unfit then

became fit

Unfit

Fit

Exercise cuts the number of deaths from all causes in half

Death rate per 10.000


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  • Here are the results found ten years later. As you would expect

  • ©Corel

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  • the fit group had the least number of deaths.

  • Exercise for Life

  • 9

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  • The unfit group, who didn’t change had, as you could guess, the

  • highest number of deaths - three times more deaths than those who

  • were fit. But now the good news.

  • ©Artville

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  • Those who hadn’t been exercising, but did start a simple exercise

  • program ended up having 50% less deaths than those who

  • remained unfit.

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  • They cut their death rate in half simply by starting regular physical

  • exercise!


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  • Look for opportunities to exercise.


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  • Why not try walking to work or school. If it’s far, perhaps you can

  • walk part of the way.


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  • Choose the stairs, rather than the elevator.


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  • Take up active gardening, swimming or biking. Share your

  • exercise with a friend – it is more fun and often strengthens

  • relationships.

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  • God made us to benefit from exercise.


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  • Even in heaven we will have gardens and vineyards to exercise in.

  • Let’s follow God’s plan and be sure to incorporate some form of

  • regular exercise in our life.


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“But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk and not faint.”

Isaiah 40:31


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Avoid Alcohol


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  • Avoid all alcohol. Alcohol use is a significant risk factor in heart

  • disease. It damages the heart muscle.


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Control Stress


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  • And what about stress and heart disease?

  • A survey of heart attack survivors found that half of them had

  • experienced serious stress within a day prior to their heart attack.

  • These stressful events included deadlines, fights, deaths in the

  • family and problems with finances or at work. Learning to control

  • stress by trusting God more fully would help protect us.


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Take home point

Less

Cholesterol

Less

Heart

attack

Trust

God

More

Fully

Stress

management


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What about genetics?


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  • Someone may say, “what about genetics?”

  • While it is true that some may inherit a genetic tendency toward

  • heart disease, it is time we stop blaming our heredity, our

  • grandparents, and our culture.

  • The evidence is clear. Heart disease does not need to be the

  • number one killer.


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  • Faulty genetics may load the gun, but it’s our lifestyle that pulls

  • the trigger.


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Load

The gun

genetics

Pull

The trigger

Life

style


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Make the right choices


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  • Improving our lifestyle, what we do and the way we eat or

  • exercise, will protect us.


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Life style

  • Activity

  • Diet

  • exercise


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  • Ultimately, our personal health will be determined by whether we

  • choose to allow ourselves to become chained to appetite and

  • tradition,


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Important choice to make

appetite

tradition


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“ I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”John 10:10


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  • Jesus himself said, “I have come that they may have life, and that

  • they may have it more abundantly.” (John 10:10 NKJV)

  • By simply practicing the best lifestyle, including a good diet and

  • regular exercise, we too can have life more abundantly!


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Special announcement(1)

  • Date 11-8-2007

  • Thursday

  • Time 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

  • Topic diet and colon cancer ,protein, part #8)


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Place of visit

  • 10-11-2007,better living clinic


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