May 2010

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Staying Sharp as You Age—
Advice from Our Blog

The following is an answer to a blog question regarding our April story, “The Flexible Brain”: How do you keep your brain in good working order, especially as the years go by?
As a senior citizen, some of the things I do are:
• Learn how to play new piano arrangements
• Use the Internet for research
• Play free memory/brain games on the computer
• Attend workshops and seminars on various topics

DSHEA Explained
Regarding something I’ve seen in Washington Update: What is DSHEA?
Kay Luckett
Prescott, Arizona

DSHEA stands for Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994. It was created after more than 2 million health food store consumers wrote to Congress objecting to any attempt to compare dietary supplements to synthetic pharmaceutical drugs, and to instead treat them as the natural foods from which they are derived. DSHEA defines what a supplement is, clarifies the FDA’s role in monitoring ingredient labeling and establishes the Office of Dietary Supplements within the National Institutes of Health. “The passage of this legislation,” said President Bill Clinton, who signed DSHEA into law, “speaks to the diligence with which an unofficial army of nutritionally conscious people worked democratically to change the laws in an area deeply important to them.”

To follow the latest developments in supplement-related legislation, join the Nutritional Health Alliance (which supplies Washington Update in each issue of ET as a service to our readers) at www.nha2010.com.

Leave an Email, Win a Contest
Every issue of Energy Times brings a new contest to our blog, which you can reach by visiting www.energytimes.com; past prizes have included organic wines and natural rubber flip-flops. But some contest entrants have forgotten to leave their email addresses. If you want to win, your blog response must include your email—otherwise we can’t contact you. For May the prize is a collection of body care products from Save Your World.

The site also features Web Extras, editorial material you will find only in the online version of ET. As you read this issue, look for boxes like this one; among this month’s Web Extras are ways to effectively use aromatherapy and a web-exclusive Mother’s Day gift guide. In addition, you will find a Web Extra in “Protect Your Breasts” directing you to a question on our blog.

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