Back pain no more says Prof Brown
The best thing I have noticed is that I can move freely, so the lower back pain is simply not a hindrance, and that has been a really nice change.
I’ve had soreness in my lower back pain for over 15 years.
I went out and gardened the other day, and dug over the soil which is a lot of clay. Normally I would have then spent the afternoon on the couch, but my back was not sore at all.
I have worked for 15 years in research in functional foods and always tried to eat the good foods. The results were there in animals. But to see them in humans as well – just fantastic.
The question to ask is if you stop eating seaweed, does the pain come back. The short answer is it does for me.
Professor Lindsay Brown Brisbane, QLD (retired)
- 2009-2020: Professor of Biomedical Sciences, University of Southern Queensland
- 1986-2013: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, adjunct Associate Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Queensland
- 2015 Fellow of the International Academy of Cardiovascular Science
- 1974 Bachelor of Pharmacy with First Class Honours, The University of Queensland
- 1981 PhD, The University of Sydney