October 18, 2018

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  • Pilates: More for the Core

    Pilates: More for the Core

    by Berkeley Wellness

    This movement-based exercise technique was originally developed for dancers nearly a century ago. Pilates not only increases core strength and stability but also range of motion, flexibility, and muscle balance.

  • Calcium in the Spotlight

    Calcium in the Spotlight

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Millions of people take calcium supplements, hoping to keep their aging bones strong and prevent osteoporosis-related fractures. Recent news may have made many people wonder whether they should stop.

  • Rusty Water
    Ask the Experts

    Rusty Water

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Got rust? This oxidized iron occurs naturally in some drinking water sources and can also come from old, corroded pipes. While it may look and taste unpleasant, the reddish-brown liquid is not a threat to your health.

  • Pumpkin Frittata
    Recipe

    Pumpkin Frittata

    by Berkeley Wellness

    This simple, open-faced Italian-style omelet glows with the golden colors of pumpkin, sweet potato and carrot. A hint of ginger and nutmeg gives it the flavors of fall, while garlic and scallions add to its savory succulence.

  • The Good News About Blueberries

    The Good News About Blueberries

    by Berkeley Wellness

    There are lots of reasons to love blueberries. A good source of vitamin C, potassium, fiber and antioxidants, blueberries are delicious on their own or with cereal, yogurt, salads and other foods. But does eating blueberries with milk negate the antioxidants?