April 24, 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.

  • The Sunny Side of Eggs

    The Sunny Side of Eggs

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Eggs have a bad reputation because of their high cholesterol content. But dietary cholesterol has relatively little effect on blood cholesterol in most people—and recent research even suggests that eggs may provide some heart benefits.

  • Potassium Pills
    Ask the Experts

    Potassium Pills

    by Berkeley Wellness

    High-potassium foods, such as vegetables, fruit, beans and fish, contain many healthful nutrients. Are you are better off getting your potassium from those sources rather than supplements?

  • Three-Alarm Chili
    Recipe

    Three-Alarm Chili

    by Berkeley Wellness

    By using lean turkey breast instead of beef, you can substantially reduce the amount of saturated fat in this delicious, spicy stew. Seal in the turkey's juices by browning the turkey, instead of steaming it.