Are natural alternatives for blood sugar management scientifically sound? Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Elana Paddock takes a closer look at the research behind four potential remedies to control blood sugar.
Need a boost? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services share how to reduce your risk of getting sick by eating foods with key vitamins and antioxidants to support a strong immune system.
Ditch the quick-fix and opt for long-lasting energy. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Cynthanne Duryea explains the negative effects of energy drinks and provides strategies to sustain energy levels with food.
How much protein do you need per day? Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Meridan Zerner, MS, RDN, shares a variety of protein sources to help you easily reach your ideal intake without sacrificing taste.
Images in the media can negatively affect how you view yourself and your body. Cooper Clinic Director of Nutrition Services Ginny Ives outlines how to balance achieving a healthy weight while making peace with your body.
Before choosing a protein powder, Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services recommends asking yourself five questions.
Feeling a little skeptical about the collagen protein trend? Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Gillian White looks at what science has to say about the role of collagen protein in health and beauty.
Stress giving you the munchies? Director of Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services Ginny Ives promotes 11 practical tips to help best manage emotional eating.
Whether you're on the road for vacation or on-the-go to work, making healthy food choices can be challenging. Buckle up as Cooper’s registered dietitian nutritionists share some of their favorite healthy road trip snacks, just in time for Spring Break!
Are nuts good or bad for your health? Despite the rumors, they actually help improve heart health and avoid weight gain! Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares the benefits of regular nut consumption and their associated nutrients.