February 24, 2018



  • Don't Be Afraid of Fruit

    Don't Be Afraid of Fruit

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Eat more fruits and vegetables—who could argue with that simple advice? Well, amazingly enough, the fruit part of the equation is being questioned, mostly by advocates of low-carb diets. But there's no need to fear fruit.

  • Apple & Onion Cornbread Stuffing

    Apple & Onion Cornbread Stuffing

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Fresh Granny Smith apples, dried fruit and onion cornbread combine to make this terrific stuffing. To save time on the day you're serving your stuffing, remember that the cornbread base can be made a day ahead.

  • Sweet, Fresh Corn (Maize)

    Sweet, Fresh Corn (Maize)

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Corn, also called maize, ranks as one of America’s favorite fresh vegetables—though technically it’s not a vegetable but a grain. Corn is native to the American continents and has been a dietary staple of indigenous peoples for thousands of years.