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The Adams County Record U of I Spring2012 Dean's List The University of Idaho has announced the 1,333 students who made the Dean's List for spring semester 2012. To achieve this honor, undergraduate students achieved a grade point average of 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 10 graded credits. Students on the Deans List from local communities: Council: Russell Boyd Paradis, Chloe Ann Wilson, Olivia Arlene McDaniel, Katherine Ann Bryant Cambridge: - Autumn Lynne Peschong, Kaycee May Royer. New Meadows: Brittany Elisabeth Flaming, William George Bolopue, Amanda Marie Schramm, Kristen N. Blackner, Sarah Leigh Frees. Pastor's Corner Freedom Well, we have just celebrated the 4th of July once again. There were celebrations everywhere with lots of food, fun, and fireworks. This day is to celebrate our country's independence and freedom. It is my prayer that we will remember that this day came with a cost, with loss, and with pain. Freedom never seems to come without a price. Where our country is concerned, our military and their families have paid that price with their blood, sweat, and tears. But there is another freedom that also came with blood, sweat, and tears. And as Paul Harvey used to say, now for "the rest of the story y When we think of freedom, we usually think of being able to do whatever we want, whenever we want. But there is a freedom much different from this, one that will truly set you free. by ]on Sorg John 8:32 says, 'nd you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." So what is this truth? That we are prisoners? Yes, we are. So just as sin ruled over all people and brought them to death, now God's wonderful kindness rules instead for those that have accepted this gift, giving us right standing with God and resulting in eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. But there was a price for this freedom. There was blood, sweat, and tears poured out for you! Jesus went to the cross and died for each of us so that we could know true freedom. So this year, as we've been, celebrating our country's freedom, remember the most important freedom we have. The freedom that was paid for at a very high cost by Christ but freely given to each of us and all we have to do is believe, ask, and accept. IwE OFFER $TA00P$!I THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD CAN FILL YOUR PERSONAL AND BUSINESS STAMP NEEDS (AND WE DO IT FOR LESS THAN OTHERS). DROP IN OR G/VE US [ A CALL AND LET US [ KNOW HOW WE CAN [ ASSIST YOU. STAMPS [ DELIVERED IN AS ] Thursday, July 5, 2012 Nutrition And You i High blood pressure, as ing and activity. The min- with other chronic dis- imum needed for your eases can be improved body to function well is and managed by what 500rag (about one quarter you choose to eat. The teaspoon). Current stud- recipe is about the same ies show that in America, as for heart disease, dia- men consume 4200mg betes, and high choles- of sodium and women terol: limit salt, meat and 3300mg. "[his is one rea- dairy and increase fresh son we see such high fruits, vegetables, fish and rates of hypertension in whole grains, our country. We do need salt. Salt To naturally lower helps regulate blood pres- blood pressure the sure and_ volume, the National High Blood water in our bodies and is Pressure Education critical for the function- Program and the U.S. ing of nerves and muscles Iietary Guidelines for (as well as many other Americans report that things). However, too 2300mg is the highest much salt, can cause high acceptable amount of blood pressure. The more sodium a person needs salt one takes in, the daily and will help lower higher one's blood pres- blood pressure. Research sure will be especially in has also proved that a diet absence of profuse sweat' limited to 1500mg (about Page 9 High Blood Pressure How to Lower It without Taking Drugs By Linda Taylor, Nutritionist, A CHC three-quarters teaspoon) can dramatically lower blood pressure. High blood pressure can cause serious health problems such as stroke and heart will be a 15% difference between the two versions. Use aromatic herbs and spices to add flavor: garlic, onion, dill and basil are a few examples. The brand attack, both very debili- "Mrs. tating events that will lower your quality of life. Some suggestions to reduce the amount of sodium in your diet: Take a bite of your meal and then decide if it needs more salt. Always read nutrition informa- tion and ingredients on packaged, frozen and canned foods. Buy the items that are less that 5% of the Daily Value of sodium. Purchase low sodium processed foods and ask your grocer to carry more low sodium foods. Generally there Dash" has many delicious herb blends that are all salt free. The DASH Eating Plan describes how you can lower your blood pres- sure and still eat delicious, satisfying food! You can learn more about this eat- ing plan at http://www. nhlbi.nih.gov/health/ health-topics/topics/ dash/, or you are always welcome to visit me at the health center. As a reminder, nutritional ser- vices are at no cost to the public! So come and learn and eat well!