September 21, 2014

Healthy eating




  • Alcohol: What Moderation Means

    Alcohol: What Moderation Means

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Alcohol is estimated to cause 90,000 deaths a year in the U.S., directly or indirectly, including more than 11,000 traffic fatalities. Treating alcoholism costs billions annually. At the same time, drinking has some benefits. How do you weigh the pros and cons?

  • Faux Fiber Versus the Real Thing

    Faux Fiber Versus the Real Thing

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Food companies are adding fiber to almost everything, for better or worse. But are fortified foods as good as those that contain intact, naturally occurring fiber? We tease apart the fiber story to get you the facts.

  • Sneaking Vegetables Into Meals

    Sneaking Vegetables Into Meals

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Many people love vegetables. But if you’re not a big fan, researchers from Pennsylvania State University have a sneaky idea how to get you to eat more of them: purée them into other foods.