January 28, 2015



  • 14 Keys to a Healthy Diet

    14 Keys to a Healthy Diet

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Developing healthy eating habits isn’t as confusing or as restrictive as many people imagine. The essential steps are to eat mostly foods derived from plants and limit highly processed foods.

  • Pesticides in Produce

    Pesticides in Produce

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Though the risks of minuscule amounts of pesticides from food are unclear, you may wish to minimize exposure, especially in children, who are more vulnerable to pesticide toxicity. The nonprofit Environmental Working Group ranks fruits and vegetables.

  • Banana-Apricot Bread

    Banana-Apricot Bread

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, riboflavin, selenium and thiamin, this satisfying bread has the the homey scent of cardamom and the sweetness of honey and bananas. For an easy variation, use dark or golden raisins instead of the diced dried apricots.