the world's worst illness
By ANTHONY MILES
Mary McLeod of South Nutfield, Surrey, has been in and out of hospital all her life. Time after ' time the need for another operation has put her back in a hospital bed. You might think that she has good reason to worry—it's enough to make the strongest of us despondent. But not Mrs. McLeod. She doesn't look atlife that way."Feeling sorry for yourself," she'll tell you, "never helped anyone."
"You've got to face up to things," she told me. "Find a positive outlet. For me, it's housework or cooking or reading. Whatever you do don't let thingsget on top ofyou."That's a pretty courageous philosophy for a woman who knows hospital routine as well as many a house surgeon. Hit, hadn't been for a hremorrhage when she was young Mrs. McLeod might have been an accomplished pianist. It forced her to give up her studies. Then she married and soon after that came another serious operation. And so it has gone on, operation after operation.
It was during one period of convalescence that Mrs. McLeod discovered Bengers. "I felt very much under the weather," she told me. "I couldn't sleep and life seemed very hard. I tried everything.Butnothingseemed to help. Then one day I remembered that my mother used to take Bengers. I decided to try it and I bought myself a tin."
World of difference
"It made a world of difference," Mrs. McLeod explained, "I re
covered Quickly and started to get good, sound sleep. I was able to tackle things with more energy. I felt so much better, Now, I take Bengers every day without fail. I have some for elevenses and I never miss my cup just before I go to bed. Bengers is marvellous stuff and I'd recommend it to anyone who doesn't feel up to things."
Happy and well
Today, Mrs. McLeod is happy and well. Why not take her advice? Bengers gives you the balanced nourishment and revitalising, undisturbed sleep you need at all times. And you can take Bengers even when you're off other food. Why? Because it has a fine wheaten base and contains amylase and trypsin—two of the natural enzymes your body uses to break down and digest your food. As you add hot milk to Bengers they go to work to give you a cupful of milk-and-wheat goodness.Allthenourislunent's preserved; the indigestibility removed. You'll like Bangers at all times—especially midmorning and last thing at night. Get a tin today. You'll feel all the better for it. Make Bengers a regular daily routine.