September 27, 2016

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  • 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.

  • Be Wary of Liver Supplements

    Be Wary of Liver Supplements

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Your liver works hard. It helps digest food, regulates cholesterol and fat metabolism and cleans the blood of impurities. It's no wonder dozens of dietary supplements claim to repair and regenerate this vital organ.

  • Arginine: What Can It Do?

    Arginine: What Can It Do?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Arginine is an amino acid produced in the body and found in many foods—especially those rich in protein. But it's also sold as a dietary supplement as L-arginine. We clear the fog of claims and counter-claims.

  • Hydroponic Vegetables: Who Needs Soil?

    Hydroponic Vegetables: Who Needs Soil?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Unlike traditional produce, hydroponic vegetables are grown in water instead of soil, often in greenhouses. Nutrients that plants normally get from soil are added to the water. But are hydroponics as nutritious as traditionally grown veggies?

  • Speed Up Your Walking

    Speed Up Your Walking

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Want to get more out of your walking routine? You might try to pick up the pace a bit. Studies show that fast walkers can reap more cardiovascular and calorie-burning benefits.