May 28, 2015





  • Can Your Diet Save Your Sight?

    Can Your Diet Save Your Sight?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    There has been much interest in the role of nutrition in eye health, which has generated hundreds of studies in recent years—and many promising leads. Here, we look behind the eye-health claims made for a variety of foods and supplements.

  • Not So Sweet News
    Be Well

    Not So Sweet News

    by John Swartzberg, M.D.

    Americans eat too much sugar, which has been a major player in the obesity epidemic. On average, we consume about 90 grams (22 teaspoons) of added sugar a day—providing 360 calories—more than one-third from soft drinks.

  • Make Your Own Sports Drink

    Make Your Own Sports Drink

    by Edward R. Blonz, Ph.D.

    Make your own healthy energy drink using fresh juice, without added sweeteners and artificial colors and flavors. You will get genuine flavors, plus the added benefits of naturally occurring nutrients and phytochemicals. And you’ll save money.