March 1, 2004 Regular News Mark J. Price of Roetzel & Andress in Naples, has been reappointed as general counsel to Collier Building Industry Association. Mark Eiglarsh of Robbins, Tunkey, Ross, Amsel, Raben, Waxman & Eiglarsh, P.A., in Miami, presented, “Community Service, the Key to a Happy Life” at the Miami-Dade Community College, N. Campus. Michael Andrew Haggard of Haggard, Parks, Haggard & Bologna in Coral Gables, spoke about opening statements at the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyer’s winter seminar in Beaver Creek, CO. Stuart Jay Levine of Walters Levine Klingensmith & Thomison, P.A., in Sarasota, has been appointed chair of the Sarasota County Bar Association Circuit Civil Committee, for a two-year term. James P. Hines, Jr. of Hines Norman Hines, in Tampa, has been re-elected to the board of directors of the Sun City Center Chamber of Commerce. Mitchell A. Bierman of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Guedes Cole & Boniske, P.A., in Miami, moderated the seminar “Doing Business with Miami-Dade County, Ethically & Profitably.” The seminar was sponsored by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics & Public Trust. Roland Sanchez-Medina, Jr., of Sanchez-Medina & Associates, P.A., in Coral Gables, has been elected to the board of directors of the Cuban American Bar Association, Inc. Scott J. Brook of Coral Springs, has been recently appointed secretary of the Broward County Planning Council. Richard M. Zelman of Sacher, Zelman, Van Sant, Paul, Beiley, Hartman, Rolnick, & Waldman, P.A., in Miami, spoke about implications of the U.S. Patriot Act on international banking at TerraLex’s annual meeting in Lyon, France. James Mitchell of Baker & Hostetler in Orlando, has been named the 2003 educator of the year by the Orlando Regional Realtors Association. Michael C. Gongora of Miami Beach has been appointed to the City of Miami Beach Zoning Board of Adjustment. Gongora also is on the Code Enforcement Board for the City of Miami and is a special master for the Miami-Dade County Value Adjustment Board. Don Dufresne of Adorno & Yoss, and Pat Rooney, Jr., general counsel of the Palm Beach Kennel Club — both of West Palm Beach — were presented with the Lois Cohn Kwasman MVP Award at the monthly meeting of the Sports Commission Board of Directors in West Palm Beach. Joseph S. Karp, of Karp Law Firm with three South Florida offices, has been elected to the board of directors of the Southeast Florida Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Bennett Brummer, Miami-Dade public defender, received the “Gran Orden Martiana” award from the Liceo Cubano, an organization dedicated to preserving the memory of Jose Marti. Daniel D. Dolan II, of Haggard, Parks, Haggard & Bologna in Coral Gables, has been re-elected to the board of directors of the Dade County Trial Lawyers Association for 2004-2006. Michael Rosenburg of Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenburg, co-chaired the 22nd Annual International Tax Conference in Miami, and presented “A Case Study of How the Ever Changing U.S. International Tax Provisions Can be Utilized in a U.S. Pre-Immigration Tax Planning Scenario, and Working Through the Ethical Considerations.” Alexander P. Heckler of Greenberg Traurig in the Ft. Lauderdale and Miami offices recently received the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award from Nova Southeastern University’s high school, the University School. Hannesson Murphy, of Clarke Silverglate Campbell Williams & Montgomery, has been elected president of the Dade County Defense Bar Association. Marcy Shaw of Wright, Shaw & Hoerner, P.A., in Cape Coral, has been elected member at large of the Lee County Bar Association. She will become president of the association in 2008. Nelda Lawrence of Stephens, Lynn, Klein, LaCava, Hoffman & Puya, P.A., in Miami, has been appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc., for the 2004-2006 term. Michael R. Lowe of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., in Orlando, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center. Bruce Blitman of Ft. Lauderdale, has been elected vice chair of the Managed Care Ombudsman Committee for District 10. Richard C. Milstein of Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson, P.A., in Miami, has been elected chair of the Dade Community Foundation’s Board of Governors. Allison R. Day of Genovese Joblove & Battista, P.A., and an adjunct professor at Barry University in Miami spoke on how to handle complex consumer bankruptcy issues at a program of the National Business Institute in Miami. Submissions for the News and Notes and On the Move columns of The Florida Bar News may be e-mailed to Assistant Editor Britt Dys at [email protected], or faxed to (850) 681-3859. March 1, 2004 News and Notes
Six people have lost their lives in an incident involving a vessel fire at the Port of Durban, according to the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA).The authority confirmed the casualties, adding that the extent of the fire caused the vessel to list on its port side.SAMSA informed that the unit in question was the Mozambique-flagged fishing vessel Tropical 1.There were no details available regarding the possible causes of the incident, which occurred on February 14.The authority launched an investigation into the matter and proceeded to formally make contact with the Mozambican authorities.Image Courtesy: SAMSA
Intermittent fastingWith increasing success in helping drop sugar levels, better insulin working, rapid drops in cholesterol and triglycerides levels, getting people to eat in shorter windows of time has me stoked and pushing the plate for lesser food in lesser eating time windows. For centuries, we did not have food,Intermittent fastingWith increasing success in helping drop sugar levels, better insulin working, rapid drops in cholesterol and triglycerides levels, getting people to eat in shorter windows of time has me stoked and pushing the plate for lesser food in lesser eating time windows. For centuries, we did not have food on our plate in excess of one meal per day. Man survived and managed. We are gluttons today. I recommend that people begin to explore an eight-hour eating window. No more. Keep 12 hours between dinner and breakfast. Reduce carbs in your diet and add more fats. Good fats will help you remain full longer. Choose your protein wisely. Less is more. You will reduce your carbon footprint by eating more efficiently and become slimmer. Teff is the new super grain. Photo: ShutterstockTeff grainAs a sports nutritionist I have researched teff flour extensively. It is my choice of super food in 2019. I love it as it is high in resistant starch, a newly-discovered type of dietary fibre that can benefit diabetics, help lose weight and improve gut health. About 20-40 per cent of the carbohydrates in te. are resistant starches. Since I work with many elite athletes we are constantly looking to improve the energy in their meals for their performance, this works well. Oats need to move out as instant cooking oats are devoid of fibre and have a high glycemic index. Teff is the new age answer to a slimmer waist line and since I am a gluten free maniac, I just love an early morning teff porridge.advertisementOne meal fast for the lazyFast for an entire meal in a day and replace it with water. Say skip a dinner once a week. The human cells will begin to go into spring cleaning mode. While I do recommend a water fast for the novice, there will be veterans who can do a fast minus water as well. This dry fasting does have its scientific merits. I do recommend any new eating strategies be practised under guided advice and after getting a blood test done to monitor if that this new age idea actually works or harms you.Nutrigenomicsthe science of genes and your dietNutrition-based gene testing will be the new fashion statement to eating right in 2019. By discovering that my body does not process coffee, milk and gluten and removing these foods from my diet may have limited my choices, but it has altered my brain waves, sleep and energy patterns for the better. If a person can discover all their vitamin and mineral genes receptors readings, then the need for a multivitamin becomes obsolete. For example, a vitamin D and C deficient gene that do not work seem to have a correlation to lowered immunity. All a good nutritionist has to do is boost those foods, or recommend a good food supplement and changes are evident in weeks. Today people are happy to modify their behaviour and are open to accepting advice that will enrich their health.By Ryan FernandoRyan Fernando leads India’s largest team of nutritionists practicing at the Qua Nutrition Clinics across the country.