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2010 BIIF Track & Field Schedule

2009-10 BIIF TRACK AND FIELD SCHEDULE

ADOPTED 9/8/09

(REVISED 10/19/09)

START DATE: FEB 8, 2010

PRE-SEASON COACHES MEETING

DATE / DAY LOCATION TIME SET-UP / CLEAN-UP
 MARCH 27   SAT  KAMEHAMEHA  FIELD 9:00am

RUNNING 10:00am

 WAIAKEA, KAU, LAUPAHOEHOE,
 KONAWAENA  FIELD 9:00am

RUNNING 10:00am

HPA,  KEALAKEHE, KOHALA,
 APRIL 3  SAT  KEA’AU  FIELD 2:00pm

RUNNING 4:00pm

HILO, PAHOA, ST. JOSEPH, CHRISTIAN LIBERTY
 KONAWAENA  FIELD 9:00am

RUNNING 10:00am

HONOKAA, PARKER,  MAKUA LANI
 APRIL 10 SAT  KAMEHAMEHA  (ALL SCHOOLOS)  FIELD 9:00am

RUNNING 10:00am

HILO, PAHOA, CHRISTIAN LIBERTY, ST. JOSEPH
 APRIL 17 SAT  KONAWAENA (ALL SCHOOLS)  FIELD 9:00am

RUNNING 10:00am

KEALAKEHE, HPA, KOHALA
 APRIL 24  SAT  KEAAU (ALL SCHOOLS)  FIELD 2:00pm

RUNNING 4:00pm

WAIAKEA, KAU, LAUPAHOEHOE
 MAY 1  BYE    
 MAY 7    FRI  KONAWAENA   (BIIF TRIALS)  FIELD 2:00pm

RUNNING 3:00pm

 ALL SCHOOLS
 MAY 8   SAT  KONAWAENA   (BIIF FINALS)  FIELD 3:00pm

RUNNING 4:00pm

 ALL SCHOOLS
 MAY 14/15  FRI/SAT   (HHSAA CHAMPIONSHIPS)

ILH

 TBA  

 

Coordinators: 

            TOM CORREA   974-4830 (Office)  974-4880 (Fax)

            KEITH TOLENTINO 775-8807

December 8, 2009 Posted by | High School Track & Field | , , | 8 Comments

Eating Right for Healthier Skin

Olive Oil provides Sterols and good fats

Researchers recognize that many natural foods have anti-inflammatory properties, mostly provided by healthy fats and antioxidants.

Foods containing these skin-healthy fats include avocado, fish oil, flax seed, and olive oil. Olive oil and avocado provide barrier-supporting nutrients, called sterols, and anti-inflammatory monounsaturated (“good”) fats.

Vitamins E and C, selenium, green and white teas, apples, cocoa and berries are also skin friendly; they supply protective antioxidants. Even probiotics, which are the friendly bacteria in our diets, aid in protecting the skin.  Experts suggest we get more of the aforementioned foods and less red meat, fried foods, salt, sugar and white flour.

The other major defense against environmental damage is the antioxidant capacity of the skin. Bolstering the antioxidant defense system of the skin is an important strategy for reducing environmentally induced skin damage.

Recent clinical trials in which green leafy vegetables, egg yolks, and marigold flower extracts (all rich in lutein and zeaxanthin) were administered orally, topically, or both indicated that combined oral and topical administration provides the highest degree of antioxidant protection.

December 8, 2009 Posted by | Health and Fitness | , , , , , | Leave a comment