January 2011

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Lifting Depression’s Dark Cloud

In our October story “Feeling Low,” we learned that low mood and poor health are often linked. On our blog at www.energytimes.com, we asked readers how they have dealt with depression; here is one of the responses.

I have suffered from depression and anxiety for years; nothing seemed to help. I started taking a tablespoon of flax seed oil every day (for the omega-3) and went vegan (I was already vegetarian). I feel 100% better than I have in my whole life. I am also sleeping better, feel more rested and energetic, and my anxiety has lessened.

Exercising Children’s IQs

As a retired teacher, I think “Your Child’s Nutritional IQ” (September) is a great piece. But don’t forget physical exercise, which increases blood flow to the brain, and mental exercise—learning new things gives the brain greater precision, speed and retention. You can also help children succeed by encouraging them to maintain a positive attitude and to use their imaginations.

Carroll Killingsworth
www.momteachers.com

Sting Should Go Meatless

It’s great that the talented Sting and his family are consuming less meat (“Sting: The Yogi Behind the Music,” October). Better for them, better for the planet. Then it’s revealed that the family slaughters their animals in England and sells a “specialty salami” at their estate in Tuscany. Their
consciousness could rise to truly humane heights by giving up meat altogether. And think of the impact that decision could have: Many of his fans might choose to emulate Sting.

Marti and Joe Paskal
via email

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The site also features Web Extras, additional editorial material you will find only in the online version of ET. As you read this issue, look for boxes like this one. The topics for this month’s Web Extras include prostate health and different types of energy healing, as well as an online-exclusive shopper’s guide to natural beauty products. In addition, you will find a Web Extra in “Beyond the Tea Bag” directing you to our blog, where you can tell us what tea is your personal favorite.

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