Author, Celebrity Chef Katrina Carter Shares Healthy Nutrition TipsAuthor and celebrity chef Katrina Carter tells BR host Christin Ayers how she has helped NBA stars like Kevon Looney with their nutrition game, off the court.
Meet Dr. Dina Rose, Author Of 'It's Not About The Broccoli'Dr. Dina Rose is the author of 'It's Not About the Broccoli, Three Healthy Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating.'
Seniors Thrive on Gourmet Finger Food at Bay Area Retirement CommunityOlder adults are at a high risk for malnutrition. KPIX 5's Sharon Chin reports on a retirement community in the Bay Area where residents are taking matters into their own hands.
What's In That Beer? Brewers' Group Pushes For More Info On LabelsThe group that represents major brewers is pushing for more information on labels about what’s in your beer.
UCSF Expert: 'No Data' For Claims That Juice Drinks Help Body Absorb Nutrients QuickerLots of people are juicing because they think it's healthy. It's a multi-billion dollar industry but, before you take another sip, you'll want to see what KPIX 5's Allen Martin found.
7 Food Labels Shoppers Should Ignore Because They Are MeaninglessSome labels, like “organic,” “low-fat,” or “sugar-free” have real nutritional value because they are regulated by federal law. Others are just empty and purposely vague. Here are 7 meaningless labels you probably hear all the time.
Birth Month May Determine Risk For Certain DiseasesSince humans first gazed at the heavens, birth months have been examined for clues about our lives. Now, scientists have discovered our birth months may actually determine the risk of developing certain diseases.
Breast Milk Sold Online Can Be Tainted With Cow's Milk, Study ShowsThe Internet is a resource for just about anything including a place to purchase human breast milk. A new study shows some of the milk sold online can contain cow's milk and previous studies have shown high-levels of potentially dangerous bacteria.
Food, Our Diet And Politics: KCBS In Depth With Dr. Marion NestleDr. Marion Nestle, a former nutrition senior advisor for the U.S. Department of Health, discusses the new dietary guidelines recommended to the government and how the food industry's interests could conflate things.
Vessyl 'Smart Cup' Knows What's Poured Into It, Helps Users Track Nutrition DataA San Francisco company has created a cup that knows what’s poured into it.
Restaurant Calorie Information Makes A Difference To DinersA first-of-its kind study by the Centers for Disease Control finds that six-out-of-ten diners who are aware of calorie counts take them into consideration when placing their order.