October 2012

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Motivated Reader

Thank you for the well-written and interesting interview with Angela Lindvall (July/August). I was motivated by her concern for our environment and the way she takes care of herself.

Following Angela's example, I have started enjoying vitamin smoothies in the morning and I am going to use more turmeric for its curcumin and antioxidants.
Amy S.
Via Email

As Lindvall mentioned in her interview with Editor Allan Richter, curcumin—the substance that gives the Indian spice turmeric its deep yellow color—is noted for its ability to cool inflammation.

Bad Backs

We learned in “Back Pain Relief” (Malady Makeover, September) about natural options for easing back distress. We asked readers about keeping backs healthy via our blog at
www.energytimes.com and our Facebook page.

A nice massage with muscle rub and a hot shower; also by maintaining good posture all the time.
Sirisha Parimi
Via Facebook

Thank you for your article about back pain. Acupuncture fully restored me to health when I was struck down with a back injury so severe that I had lost much of the feeling in my left leg, foot and toes. While chiropractic and exercise helped, acupuncture was the most important piece of the puzzle. My treatments also helped relieve the anxiety that contributed to, and was amplified by, my injury. An orthopedic surgeon, upon seeing my MRI, said that I would never walk without pain unless I had surgery. One should always examine all available options.
Tony Traguardo
Long Island, New York

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