May 30, 2015



  • Beans and Gas
    Ask the Experts

    Beans and Gas

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Gassy after eating beans? You're not alone. The culprit: complex sugars in beans that are fermented by bacteria in the intestines, producing gas. But the more often you eat beans, the less gassy you'll be.

  • Sugar Studies: Money Matters

    Sugar Studies: Money Matters

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Do sugar-sweetened beverages cause weight gain? Numerous studies over the years have consistently had inconsistent results. Now, a a review of 17 review studies has revealed a disconcerting, but not-so-surprising, finding.