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					T H A N K YO U 2 0 0 2 H O L I D A Y C O N T R I B U T O R S !
Roy Aaron               Nathan Chianta                J.A. Forman                    Robert E. Hydar              Ed Lapidus                NATO of Pennsylvania           Stanley Rothenberg          Robert Sunshine
Alan Aaronson           Cine Manson Marketing         Lucille Forman                 IATSE - International        Peter & Lillian Latsis    Julius Needelman               Alan Rubin                  Alan Sutton
Elliott Abrams          Michael & Cathye Clark        Michael Forman                 IATSE - Local 001            Howard T. LaZare          Leonard Negrin                 Rebecca Rutz                Albert Taffet
Sol Abrams              Philip A. Clement             Raymond Fox                    IATSE - Local 003            Sybil Lazarus             Sol Negrin, ASC                Roderick Ryan               Bob Tankersley
Del Acevedo             Eugene B. Cofsky              Deborah Frank                  IATSE - Local 014            J. Lenchiner              Mitch Neuhauser                Joseph Sackatile            Dorothy H. Tanzer
Edward Adleman          Rita Cofsky                   Jerry Frankel                  IATSE - Local 017            Richard J. Lepsch         Andrew Nickols                 Harold Saltz                Yuri Taono
Stanley Adleman         Charles Cohen                 Joseph Friedman                IATSE - Local 018            Joseph Lerner             Susie Niwa                     Nancy Sams                  Vivian Taylor
Nicholas W Alberti      Joel H. Coler                 Norman Friedman                IATSE - Local 024            Chris LeRoy               James Nocella                  Daniel Sandberg             Mark & Marilyn Tenser
Larry F. Allen          Dennis Collier                Rob G. Friedman                IATSE - Local 050            Carl Levine               Richard Norton                 Rick Sands                  Walter M. Thayer
Sebastian Amato         Richard Conley                Charles Funk                   IATSE - Local 052            Pearl Levitt              Carmen Novak                   Jerome Sandy                Richard L. Thomas
John E. Amero           Erik Cord                     Sharon Gabriel                 IATSE - Local 059            Bud Levy                  H. Novak                       Stephen Saphos              James Tomes
Harold Archinal         Kara & David Corwin           Don Gallagher                  IATSE - Local 074            E.M. (Al) Lewis           M. O'Grady                     Sidney H. Sapsowitz         Betty L. Thoreson
Henry Arent             Mary Costello                 David Lewis Garber             IATSE - Local 077            Mark Link                 Kevin L. O'Keefe               Thomas Sawyer               Thomas Toay
Chris Aronson           Sam W. Craver, Jr.            David Garel                    IATSE - Local 084            Beatrice Locilento        Bruce Olson                    Robert A. Scarborough       David Tuckerman
Arri Inc.               John Currie                   Mirta Gautier                  IATSE - Local 127            F.X. Lofgren              William H. Orcutt              Herbert Schlosberg          Darlene Tunick
Gary Armstrong          J. Joseph Curtin              Susan Geiger                   IATSE - Local 205            Erik & Eileen Lomis       Richard H. Orear               Marvin Schulman             Helen Marie Tuttle
Edward Bader            Robert Daly                   Paul & Susan Geissinger        IATSE - Local 260            Henry C. Lopez            Bernard Oseransky              Philip Schultz              Charles Varnado
David Bailey            Floyd M. Davis                Ronald Giambra                 IATSE - Local 306            Barry Lorie               Frances R. Palombo             Leonard Schwartz            Thomas Velde
Corey Ballaban          Alan & Laura Davy             David Gil                      IATSE - Local 416            Irving H. Ludwig          Iluminada Pambuena             Robert & Barbara Schwartz   Chuck & Sharon Viane
Richard Ballard         Nils De Vita                  Larry C. Gillem                IATSE - Local 423            Claire Luft               The Carl Patrick Foundation,   Edward Seals                Jerome Vogel
Primitiva D. Baluyut    Jack DeCrescente              Anna P. Gleason                IATSE - Local 589            John A. Lundin              Inc.                         Mildred Seawell             Paul Voudouris
Harvey Baren            Jose M Deetjen                Alan L. Gleitsman              IATSE - Local 764            Marion Lynch              Carl L. Patrick                Seymour Seider              John S. Walker
Jane Barton             Robert J. Del Moro            Michael S. Glick               IATSE - Local 775            Joseph Machetta           John Peckos                    Walther Seltzer             Gordon Wallinger
Jonathan K. Beal        Sheila DeLoach                Theodore & Ronnie Goldberg     IATSE - Local 784            Marilyn Machkowsky        James Pedas                    Jose Serrano                Joanne Watson
Beam Foundation, Inc.   Jeremy M. Devine              Michael Goldman                IATSE - Local 864            Joyce Malmborg            Theodore Pedas                 Charles Shafer              Samuel Weinstein
Joseph Beck             Philip M. Dincecco            Mel Goldsmith                  IATSE - Local 905            Glenda & Lisa Mandel      Joseph Peixoto                 John T. Shafer              Joel M. Weisman
Shirley Becker          Wendell Discher               Howard J. Goldstein            Joseph Iavarone              Barbara Mangold           Don Perkins                    Richard & Susan Shamban     James A. Weiss
Thomas Becker           Mario DiStanislao             Jeff Goldstein                 Mrs. Joseph Ingber           Marilyn T. Mann           Larry Perse                    John Shaw                   Irwin Weltman
John K. Belz            Vincent Donnelly              David Daniel Gonda             John Ingrassia               Anthony Manne             Annabelle & Jerry Persell      Tom Sherak                  Debbie White
Kenneth B. Benjamin     The L. and R. Donner          Gene Goodman                   Richard & Diane Irwin        Milton (Mike) Mansdorf    Ethel Petroff                  Mark Sheridan               Sally & Roy White
Paul G. Bennett           Foundation                  George Goodman                 Phil Isaacs                  Will Markert              Robert Phillips                Phil Sherman                Allan Williams
Andrew B. Benson        Robert Dorfman                Charles Goodsell               Leon Ittel                   Harold Mars               Jerome Pickman                 David Shesgreen             Douglas Williams
Henry Berinstein        Richard & Maureen Dougherty   Evelyn Gordon                  Cory Jacobson                Richard Masiarak          John A. Pistor                 Wally G. Shidler            Patrick M. Williamson
Rita Berman             Chris Doyle                   Jerome Gordon                  Sharon Jaeckel               Evelyn Masteroff          Carol Pitts                    Ahmad Shirazi               John H. Willoughby
Jack Bernstein          Cyril Drabinsky               Richard Graff                  Leslie Jay                   Charles Matthews          Robert Pollard                 Arnold Shupack              Martin Winter
Marilee Bishop          William & Beverly Duerson     Mark A. Gramz                  William C. Jenkins           A. Dale (Bud) Mayo        Dr. Martin S. Quigley, Jr.     Sol Shurpin                 Russell J. Wintner
Jeffrey Blake           Gregory W. Dunn               Mildred Grant                  Bill G. Johnson              Michael D. McCartney      Rein Rabakukk                  Albert Sicignano            Audrey Wolfe
Mitchell Blum           Ulmer S. Eaddy                Mary Ann Grasso                James L. Johnson             Donald McConville         Joan Rackmil                   Sanyo Simmons               John William Wolff
Alice C. Bolles         Philomena Eckert              Ethel R. Greenblott            Keith Johnson                Beverly McDermott         Alan Rainbeau                  Sid Sinetar                 Kerrilee Louise Wong
Allen Bornstein         Richard P. Edelstein          Clyde Griffin                  Arnold Kahn                  Ross Merrin               Robert H. Rains                Abner (Abby) Singer         Sherman E. Wood
Hubert Bourne           William K. Edmondson          Frank H. Griffin, Jr.          Marc Kahn                    Tema Mervis               Robert Rappaport               Vasser Slate                Richard M. Woollen
Dorothy D. Bowers       Lloyd Edwards                 Jerry Gruenberg                Omar Kaihatsu                Hank Milgram              Gerald J. Rappoport            Sheldon Smith               Gloria Wyman
Leon S. Brachman        Seymour Eidman                Robert C. Gunter               Karrin Kain                  Robert & Cheryl Milgram   Arthur Raybin                  William P. Smith            Michael Wynn
Walter Brecher          Tom & Carol Elefante          Arthur & Judith Gutzman, Sr.   Jerry Kaliner                Marvin Miller             Edward Redstone                Bruce Snyder                Robert H. Wynn
Sigmund Brenner         Steve Ellman                  Victor Haboush                 Ruth Kamens                  Fred L. Mills             Lee S. Reem                    William Soady               N.J. Yiannias
Grace Brillman          Charles P. Emma               Gil Haimson                    Robert & Barbara Kaplowitz   Stephen G. Minasian       Sandra & Travis Reid           Emile Sparkman              Bruce Young
Jack Britwar            Faye Epstein                  Kurt C. Hall                   Norma Katcher                Howard G. Minsky          Frank R. Reinking              Steven R. Standal           Calvin Young
William Brower, Sr.     John W. Erwin                 Greg R. Hancox                 Joseph Kennedy               Haywood Mitchusson        Aida Renta                     Jack Starr                  Ted Zachary
Bonita Burks            Donna L. Faas                 Stewart Harnell                Walter Kilbourne             Tom Moeller               Hank Rhyan                     Ronald S. Steffensen        Raymond & Anna Zander
H. Donald Busch         Mrs. Nan Falk                 Elaine Harris                  Paul Klatt                   Helen G. Moran            W. Robert Rich                 Stein Industries Inc.       Roland J. Zavada
David Buzan             Paz Eleanor G. Felix          Jack Harris                    Robert Klein                 Richard T. Morrow         Pam E. Robb                    Alan Steinhorn
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Lillian Zeger
Alvin Cameron           Daniel Fellman                Rosamond B. Hatch              Jane M. Klotz                Robert Morse              Anne Robinson                  Laurence Stern
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Craig Zeltner
Michael Campbell        Pammela Ferguson              Ted & Carla Hatfield           Jerry Knight                 John Motley               Nikki Rocco                    Mayer Stern
Cheryl Cannizzaro       Howard O. Field               Robert Heffner                 Willard Kohorn               D.D. Moye                 Rod Rodriguez                  Richard Stern               Harold Zeltner
Carmike Cinemas         Allison Scott Fields          James Henry II                 Peter Koplik                 Larry R. Moyer            William Roetteis               Edward Stevens              Martin Zide
Frank Carroll           Budd S. Filippo               Kerry J. Hense                 Louis Korte                  Nick Mulone               Ann & Dominick Romano          Charles Stilley
Albert Cassidy          Sidney Finger                 Barbara Herburger              Sidney Kramer                Richard Murphy            Edward Romano                  Dean Stolber
Mrs. Edmund Cernosek    Dennis Finkler                Lee Hessel                     John V. La Caze              James J. Murray           J.P. Romano                    Aubrey Stone
Philip Chakeres         Milton Fishman                Hy Hollinger                   Joan Lala                    Rick Myerson              Robert E. Rosen                Bud & Judy Stone
Joseph & Jean Charles   Michael H. Fleisher           Norman Holt                    David Landau                 James C. Naify            M. Rosenfield                  James M. Stoneman
Sharon D. Chase         Brian W. Forman               Virgil G. Hopkins, Jr.         Rita Landi                   Jack Napor                Richard Rosenfield             Ed Sullivan                 We apologize for
Harvey Chertok          Chris Forman                  Sol Horwitz                    William F. Lanese            Allan Nathan              Bud Rosenthal                  Jimmy Sunshine              any errors or omissions.




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                                    Humanitarian                                                                                          Winter/Spring 2003



                                            Education for Today. Research for Tomorrow.

STRESS PSA
RELEASED FOR                             TOMMY LEE JONES
TELEVISION                               2003 WILL ROGERS SPOKESPERSON
Stress affects the health of 43          Actor Tommy Lee Jones will move from capturing aliens to tackling
percent of all adults, and it’s          health issues as the new spokesperson for the Will Rogers Institute,
linked to six of the leading             announced at the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation
causes of death. Symptoms                dinner December 5. Jones will appear on both the big and small
of stress include headaches,             screen for the Will Rogers Institute throughout 2003. Tommy Lee
dizziness, weight gain or loss,          Jones’ career has spanned over three decades and included such
and problems sleeping.                   hits as Men in Black, Men in Black II, The Fugitive, and JFK. He
   Will Rogers Institute is              has won an Oscar®, Emmy and Golden Globe. And like Will Rogers
releasing a new public service           himself, he has an undeniable passion for playing polo.
announcement about the
effects of stress, and is
encouraging viewers to call
for a free booklet on how to                                $2.6 MILLION RAISED FOR LUNG
take charge and manage
their stress. The new spot will                             RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
                                                              t was a record-breaking year         raising $2 million. Moviegoers supported these efforts


                                                            I
air on local and cable stations
across the country beginning                                  for the Will Rogers Institute.       by making a donation or purchasing a special combo
February 2003. Keep an eye                                    The 2002 Summer Theatrical           pack at the concession stand after seeing the Will
out for it.                                                   Fundraising Public Service           Rogers Institute movie trailer at their local movie theater.
   For a FREE booklet on                                Announcement starring Steve Irwin,            The hard work of movie theater managers and the
HOW TO MANAGE STRESS,                                   the Crocodile Hunter, raised $2.6          generosity of movie patrons, an important part of
please call us toll-free                                million for the treatment and              the Institute’s fund-raising efforts, have enabled the
877-957-7575 ext. 108.                                  education of pulmonary diseases            Will Rogers Institute to contribute more than $80
                                    and disorders, such as asthma, cystic fibrosis and             million to fund a vast array of medical research
WHO IS WILL ROGERS?                 tuberculosis.                                                  since 1936.
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO              The 30-second PSA was played on more than                    THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
VISIT WWW.WILLROGERS.ORG            20,000 movie screens across the country in hopes of            WE LOOK FORWARD TO 2003!
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE
LIFE AND PHILOSOPHY OF              RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT
WILL ROGERS.                        RESEARCH UPDATE FROM UCLA’S PULMONARY RESEARCH LABORATORY
                                    DIRECTED BY TOMAS GANZ, PH.D., M.D.
    WILL ROGERS INSTITUTE IS
                                                                      he mission of the Will       cause of this was unknown until they discovered hepcidin.
     A NATIONAL CHARITABLE
     HEALTH ORGANIZATION
   DEDICATED TO THE SUPPORT
     OF LUNG RESEARCH AND
  DEVELOPING NEW TREATMENTS
                                                           T          Rogers Institute Pulmonary
                                                                      Research Laboratory at
                                                                      UCLA is the study of
                                                            natural defense mechanisms
                                                            against respiratory infection. What
                                                                                                   Since then, through their work and that of several other
                                                                                                   groups around the globe, they have come close to figuring
                                                                                                   out how anemia of chronic disease comes about. Now
                                                                                                   they are thinking about treatments.
                                                                                                      2) They continue to work on understanding why
         AND CURES FOR                                      happened in 2002?                      patients with cystic fibrosis develop infections. The doctors
      PULMONARY DISEASES                                       1) Dr. Ganz and his team            are analyzing nasal fluid from these and other patients
        AND DISORDERS.                                      recently discovered a small protein,   and have been able to describe its composition in great
  PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT                              named hepcidin, that is made in        detail. They have not yet been able to pinpoint what is
   WWW.WRINSTITUTE.ORG FOR          the human liver in response to infection and inflammation.     different in cystic fibrosis but this is one of their goals.
       MORE INFORMATION.
                                    The small protein is responsible for a condition called           3) Dr. Ganz and his team have been studying the
                                    “anemia of chronic disease.” This is very common in            mechanism of resistance of the skin to infections. In
                                    diseases like tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis, rheumatoid        most people the skin almost never gets infected even
             WRI is managed         arthritis, many kidney diseases and in cancers. Patients       though we get scrapes, cuts and nicks all the time. They
             by the Will Rogers     with these conditions become anemic (have a low red            have been analyzing the production of natural antibiotics
             Motion Picture
             Pioneers Foundation.   blood cell count and low hemoglobin in blood) and the          in skin, and how it is turned on during infections.
Winter/Spring 2003



WILL ROGERS ROUNDUP
WILL ROGERS INSTITUTE’S ANNUAL BOARD MEETING DECEMBER 5, 2002
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA




                 (from left) Todd Vradenburg, executive director, Will Rogers Motion            (from left) Joe Carter, Will Rogers Memorial Commission and Will Rogers biographer;
                 Picture Pioneers Foundation; Michelle Lefebvre-Carter, director, Will          Kem Rogers, grandson of Will Rogers; Michelle Lefebvre-Carter, director, Will Rogers
                 Rogers Memorial Commission; Erik Lomis, chairman, Will Rogers Motion           Memorial Commission; Wayne Lewellen, chairman, Will Rogers Motion Picture
                 Picture Pioneers Foundation                                                    Pioneers Foundation



WILL ROGERS STATE PARK TO BE RENOVATED
The Will Rogers State Park in Pacific Palisades, California, will be renovated. “The house and ranch where Will Rogers spent his final years have
vast historic purpose and inspirational guidance for modern-day living,” said Michelle Lefebvre-Carter, director of the Will Rogers Memorial
Commission in Oklahoma.
   After Will Rogers’ death in an Alaskan plane crash in 1935, the Rogers family donated the house, barns and polo field to the state of California as a
historic park. The publicly funded $5.5 million will upgrade an existing information area, restore classic stables and conserve priceless antiques. Future
“unfunded” plans include an elaborate visitors center with exhibits detailing the life and philosophy of Will Rogers. (The Will Rogers Institute is not affiliated with the State Park.)
–Claremore Progress



    WILL ROGERS FILM FESTIVAL
    Cinemark Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will host a Will Rogers Film Festival March 2-6. Will Rogers starred in 50 silent and 21 talkie movies
    during his career. The festival will showcase 8 of his 71 movies. Frank Gonzales of Cinemark, Kem Rogers, Will Rogers’ grandson, Jim Hartz and
    Michelle Lefebvre-Carter of the Will Rogers Memorial Commission are cooperating in setting up the festival.




                         PLANNED GIVING:
                         SEVEN WAYS TO REMEMBER WILL ROGERS
                         INSTITUTE OR YOUR FAVORITE CHARITY
                        There are many ways to remember a charity in your                   5. Deed your house to the charity and continue to live in it. Your income
                        estate plan, and you may be surprised to discover                      tax savings from the gift may cover the legal costs.
                        how inexpensive most of these are to accomplish.                    6. Leave written or verbal instructions for your surviving spouse to
                        Here are seven options to consider:                                    include the charity when redrawing his or her will (which will be
    1. Amend an existing life insurance policy to add the charity as an                        necessary).
       additional beneficiary. You could also purchase a new                                7. If you have a sizable estate, let us show you how a charitable trust may
       policy for the charity.                                                                 benefit both you and the charity. Again, the tax advantages are
    2. Visit your personnel office and ask to amend your group life                            significant and may offset any legal costs.
       insurance policy or retirement plan to add it as one of your                         Some of the gift arrangements are revocable and others cannot be
       beneficiaries.                                                                       changed once established. Some work better with cash and others
    3. Instruct your lawyer to prepare a simple, inexpensive codicil to your                with appreciated assets. There are many variations, enough so that a
       existing will, creating a bequest for the charity.                                   giving plan can be tailored to your needs, desires and capabilities.
    4. If you’re over 65 and disappointed with the income you are                              Although we do not practice estate planning, we do have a planned
       receiving from your long-term stocks or your certificates of                         giving representative who can sit down with you and explain these
       deposit, consider the charity’s gift annuity program. Besides                        options so you can get the ball rolling. For your protection, he will urge
       providing attractive tax benefits, this easy-to-accomplish gift may                  you to check with your professional advisor(s) before completing any
       reward you with higher annual income.                                                planned gift.
                                                                                                                                                                          Winter/Spring 2003



               HEALTHY LIVING
HEALTH FOOD THAT’S NOT
          The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tarnished the reputation of sprouts as a perfect health food when it recently
          warned that eating raw sprouts could cause severe stomach illness. The agency has recommended that children, the elderly and those
          with compromised immune systems should not eat sprouts at all.
            According to the CDC, salmonella bacteria poisoned more than two dozen people in four western states after eating raw alfalfa
          sprouts. Because farmers have no method for destroying bacteria that can cause food poisoning, including E. coli and salmonella,
          some public health officials are calling for package labeling. For now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration suggests that all sprouts
          be cooked and that consumers ask restaurants not to add sprouts to their orders.
          –Adapted from Body & Soul



SMOKING IN TEENS STARTS TO FIZZLE
Among teenagers it’s not cool to smoke any-                                                                                 cation programs also seem to help. For instance,
more. That’s the good news, but anti-smoking cam-                        "The kids are extremely                            presentations at schools throughout south St.
paigns have contributed to the decline, along with                                                                          Louis County by health educator Kelly Pantazo
the rising cost of cigarettes. In a nationwide survey                    touched by the presentation.                       seem to hit home for youngsters.
taken last year by the national Centers for Disease                                                                            To help illustrate her message, Pantazo brings
Control and Prevention, 28.5 percent of high                             Some even get tears in their                       along a "jar of tar" containing 500 cubic centime-
school students said they had smoked a cigarette                                                                            ters of the sticky stuff to represent the amount
sometime in the preceding month. That’s the low-                         eyes       because         they       have         absorbed by the lungs by a pack-a-day smoker in
est rate of teen smokers recorded by the agency                                                                             one year.
since 1991.                                                              older siblings or parents who                      –Adapted from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
   The average retail price of cigarettes rose 70 per-                                                                      To receive a FREE booklet on STOPPING SMOK-
                                                                         smoke," says Pantazo.
cent from December 1997 to May 2001 in part                                                                                 ING WHILE STILL A TEEN, please call us toll-
due to higher taxes, the agency reports. But edu-                                                                           free at 877-957-7575 ext. 108.


HOW FAST IS TOO FAST TO LOSE WEIGHT?
                              You’ve finally buckled down to your diet and exercise routine and now you want to see results – fast. Well, according to
                              the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of Colorado, you need to slow down just a bit: It’s best to lose no more
                              than two pounds a week.
                                The biggest drawback of rapid weight loss? You’re far more likely to regain the weight. People who rapidly drop pounds
                              usually rely on extreme exercise programs or very low-calorie diets, which are tough to maintain for more than a few
                              weeks. Rapid weight loss also involves increased water loss, which can be dangerous, especially if you’re engaged in
                              serious exercise. So, take it down a notch, enjoy those rice cakes and, in time, the pounds will melt away on their own
                              schedule. To receive FREE booklets on GOOD NUTRITION and/or FITNESS, please call us toll-free at 877-957-7575 ext. 108.
                              –Adapted from Men’s Health Magazine



A HEALTHY RECIPE FOR YOU & YOURS:
TUNA AND BROWN RICE CASSEROLE
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                                   Total Time: 50 minutes
           1                                                                         1
1 can (6 /2 oz.) solid white tuna packed in water, drained                            /
                                                                                       4 tsp. liquid hot pepper seasoning
1 cup cooked brown rice                                                              1 cup nonfat milk
1                                                                                    1
 / cup egg substitute                                                                 / cup red bell pepper, finely chopped
  2                                                                                    2
                                                                                     1
10 oz. frozen chopped spinach                                                         / tsp. salt-free lemon pepper seasoning
                                                                                       2

4 green onions, thinly sliced                                                        1 cup shredded reduced fat Swiss cheese

1. Prepare the crust by pressing or squeezing the thawed chopped spinach to remove as much moisture as possible. In a medium-size bowl,
   mix spinach with the cooked rice until well combined. Set aside. Spray sides and bottom of a 10-inch quiche dish with cooking spray. Press
   rice mixture evenly over bottom and sides of dish. Distribute tuna over crust. Sprinkle cheese, then add onions and bell pepper.
2. In a medium-size bowl, beat egg substitute with milk and seasoning until well blended. Pour over vegetables.
3. Bake, uncovered, in a 350° oven until filling is set and top is lightly browned (40 to 45 minutes). Let stand for about 5 minutes, then cut
   into wedges and serve.
Yield: 6 entrée servings    Serving Size: 1 wedge
Nutritional information: Calories 142    Protein 16.5g     Carbohydrates 12.8g       Cholesterol 20mg       Sodium 260mg        Dietary Fiber 2.2g     %Calories from fat 15.0


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