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PAGE 6-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2018 A Military Soldier Now Serves His Opinion Column By DR. JOHN A. TURES istrative Veterans Legal Clinic, assisting for- Professor of Political Science mer members of the armed services. He LaGrangeCollege helps veterans from Augusta, Athens, Atlanta, and anywhere in between, thanks to To commemorab:" this year's Veterans' that great program established by respect- l my, I'd like to, tall you about one of our grad- ed Law Professor Alexander W. Scherr. uates. He's the m d.i of a leader, one who Peden and his fellow law employees "will does so by serving his feilow veterans, work directly with veterans and their depend- Jason Peden probably had collegiate ents to ensure access to benefits and servic- ambitions. But he put them aside, serving es, especially for those with mental or phys- our country as an drcraft structural repair- ical disabilities resulting fl'om their time in er in the U.S. Army for si: : yc'ars, from 2006 the military." He also works with the Guide to 2012. Shortly thereafter, he enrolled at Dog Foundation and America's VetDogs LaGrange College. (https:flwww.vetdogs.org/), training assis- Unless you kne him well, you'd never tance dogs for veterans and the visually guessed he was in the U,S. Army. He was impaired. quite humble, though eager to learn andlead. But that's not all. He also works the He could be counted upon to help with con- Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual ference presentations, attend Hallock Exploitation Clinic, helping with legal admin- Lectures at Columbus State University while istrative support, as well as budget manage- helping with talks, and even playing an active mont. And if there's a group needing as much role in our Model United Nations, managing help as veterans in the legal world, it's vic- local high schools through our crisis simula- tims of modern-day human trafficking oper- tions and role playing countries, ations. He probably never bargained for so much Jason Peden didn't just learn it all with math, and so little CNN vs. Fox News style us. Through LaGrange College, he was able arguments past each other. But that's how to do internships, with Markette Baker's we teach political science at LaGrange Troup County Solicitor Office, as well as with College, with an emphasis on researching the- the office of U.S. Senator David Perdue (R- ories, constructing hypotheses, data collec- Georgia) via the Capitol IIill Internship tion, and statistics. But he took it on like any Program (CHIP). challenge. He was c ne of the researchers Peden is hardly the only veteran, current who statistically m:alyzed media bias via orformer, in attendance at LaGrange College. newspaper endorsements, article slants, and If working in Washington, the courts or in which candidates received more coverage the service of fellow veterans in the legal and better press, world really appeals to you, or if you're look- After graduation, and marrying a local ing to do more than just earn a salary after lass, he joined the Univ r:dty of Georgia to graduation, ask us how we can help you help work as an administrative specialist with the others. University of Georgia School of Law. But we piess our students to do more than just get John A. Tures is a professor of political a job. We want tbern to lead, and find ways science at LaGrange College in LaGrange, ;a serve others. And hat is exactly what he Georgia. He can be reached at did. jtures@lagrange.edu. His Twitter account is Cur:'entlv. Mr. Peden is ti e school's admin- JohnThres2. By LEANNE McCRATE Dear Dietitian, These days I am traveling a lot for work and eating out once, sometimes twice a day. How do I make healthy food choices? Sincerely, Chris Dear Chris, Traveling for business is often hectic and leaves little time for meal planning. The key to success is tO plan ahead. Try to stay on your regular eating pattern as much as pos- sible. Use these tips for a healthier experi- ence: 1. Eat three meals a day and have healthy snacks available when you need them. Things like fruit, nuts, and popcorn travel well. You can make your own trail mix with raw nuts and raisins. 2. As of May of this year, restaurants with 20 outlets or more are required to list the calorie amount of food on their menus. Choose a meal with about 500 calories. 3. Choose a pasta with red sauce versus white sauce. 4. Choose lean, grilled meats: chicken breast, beef sirloin or tenderloin, or fish. Skip the fancy sauces, as these are usually loaded with fat. 5. Ask for a to-go box. Many servings in restaurants will last for 2 meals. 6.Ask for fat on the side: salad dressing, butter, sour cream, etc. 7.Beware of salad entrees. You may think you are making a healthy choice, but a cobb salad, crispy (fried) chicken salad, and chicken Caesar salad all contain over 1,000 calories each. However, ordering a veggie salad before your meal is a good idea; it will help fill you up. 8. Skip dessert. 9. Avoid sugary drinks - soda pop, lemonade, margaritas, pifia coladas, etc. If it has been a long week and it's time for a liba- tion, have a glass of wine, a beer, or a vodka tonic. 10. Finally, do not skip meals or let your- self get too hungry. That is when we tend to overcompensate and eat anything in sight! Sincerely, Dear Dietitian Leanne McCrate, RD, LD, CNSC, is an award- vinning dietitian with overfifteen years of experience. Have a question? 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