October 31, 2014

food additives

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  • The Scoop on Salt

    The Scoop on Salt

    by Berkeley Wellness

    We need some to survive and we (probably) use too much of it in our food. But what do we really know about salt? Get an inside look at various types of salt.

  • Sushi Safety FAQ

    Sushi Safety FAQ

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Traditional Japanese sushi is made with vinegared rice and includes nigiri (raw fish atop rice) and maki (fish and/or vegetables rolled in rice and seaweed). Sashimi is sliced raw fish served on its own. Eating raw animal foods of any kind, including fish, is risky, of course. Here’s what you need

  • Know Your Fats

    Know Your Fats

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Dietary fats vary in their proportion of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. They also vary in the specific fatty acids they contain, which further determines their biological effects in the body.