October 04, 2015





  • Folate: Nutritional Chameleon?

    Folate: Nutritional Chameleon?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Folic acid, the synthetic form of the B vitamin folate, has been linked to heart health and cancer prevention, among other possible benefits. But studies have also tied it to higher risks of cancer. Is it protective in some cases, but dangerous in others?

  • 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.

  • What’s the Story on Vitamin D?

    What’s the Story on Vitamin D?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    For years, many experts have complained that the 1997 government guidelines about vitamin D intake were too low. More recent guidelines have left many people confused about whether to start or stop taking D supplements.