April 20, 2014

healthy cooking


  • Sautéed Greens

    Sautéed Greens

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Making tasty greens couldn’t be simpler. Simply wash them well and then cook them in a skillet with just the water still clinging to the leaves. Don't want leave it at that? Mix and match to create creative (and healthy) veggie dishes.

  • Greek Salad with Sardines

    Greek Salad with Sardines

    by Berkeley Wellness

    High in omega-3 fatty acids, sardines are a good choice for a quick, heart-healthy meal. This dish is also a fine source of several B vitamins, as well as potassium, vitamin C, vitamin D and vitamin E.

  • Actinic Keratosis: A Diet Link?

    Actinic Keratosis: A Diet Link?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Research on the relationship between what you eat and actinic keratoses is very limited, but one study linked a certain kind of food—and a drink—to a reduced risk of these skin lesions.