July 01, 2015

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  • Homogenized Milk Myths Busted

    Homogenized Milk Myths Busted

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Nearly every aspect of cow’s milk inspires debate—its fat, protein and sugar content, the hormone residues it may contain, the pasteurization process it undergoes, and even its very suitability for human consumption.

  • Soft Drinks & Your Health

    Soft Drinks & Your Health

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Americans drink 59 gallons of soda a year per person, on average, including diet soda. That’s about 21 ounces a day. Here, we answer essential questions about soft drink consumption and health.

  • Caffeine in Energy Drinks

    Caffeine in Energy Drinks

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Manufacturers of energy shots and drinks may want you to think the energy is coming from special substances in their proprietary energy blends. But they contain one ingredient more likely to make you feel energetic or “buzzed.”