December 13, 2017

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  • How Safe Is Your Imported Seafood?

    How Safe Is Your Imported Seafood?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    If you’re like most health-conscious people, you’re probably eating more fish these days. But along with heart-healthy omega-3 fats, you may be getting something in your seafood that’s not so welcome: contaminants.

  • Keep Your Salad Greens Safe

    Keep Your Salad Greens Safe

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Raw leafy greens, such as lettuce and spinach, are delicious and have a lot to offer as part of a healthy diet. But some experts now call them the riskiest food—more likely to be contaminated with harmful bacteria than even hamburgers. These bacteria (such as E. coli and Salmonella), as well

  • 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

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