November 23, 2014

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  • Nuts About Peanuts

    Nuts About Peanuts

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Peanuts are the most frequently consumed “nut” in the U.S., even though technically they are not nuts. What’s in a peanut? Plenty of protein and good things for your heart, including B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, iron, copper, potassium and fiber.

  • 13 Tips for a Healthier Barbecue

    13 Tips for a Healthier Barbecue

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Host a healthier cookout: Use our tips and ideas to cut calories, make over your plate and reduce serious risks to your family’s health. With nutrition and food safety under wraps, you can enjoy a stress-free barbecue.

  • Slowing Down Muscle Loss

    Slowing Down Muscle Loss

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Most of us lose muscle (and strength) as we age—about 30 percent between age 50 and 70. But it's not inevitable. Take some smart steps to maintain your muscles.