July 29, 2014

bone health


  • Yogurt Cheese Spread

    Yogurt Cheese Spread

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Cream cheese does not come with much calcium, but yogurt is a leading source of this important mineral. So, to make a spread to use for breakfast or for appetizers, a good bone-health choice is to make your own yogurt cheese.

  • Vitamin D Details

    Vitamin D Details

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Vitamin D is a hormone manufactured in the body when skin is exposed to sunlight. It is fat-soluble and promotes healthy bones. Aside from fortified milk and some fish, few foods supply the vitamin.

  • Farmer Cheese and Calcium
    Ask the Experts

    Farmer Cheese and Calcium

    by Edward Blonz, M.S., Ph.d.

    Farmer cheese, also known as dry curd cottage cheese or baker cheese, is a good option for people with lactose intolerance. It is lower in sodium than other cheeses and lower in fat than regular cream cheese. Is it a rich source of calcium as well?