The controversies around full-, low- and non-fat milk products can leave you avoiding dairy altogether. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Cynthanne Duryea gets to the bottom of the dairy debate clarifying the relationship between saturated fat and calorie intake.
With food allergies on the rise, it can be hard knowing what you can order on a menu much less valid testing methods. Cooper Clinic registered dietitian nutritionist Gillian White, RDN, LD, CNSC explains valid food allergy and sensitivity testing methods versus invalid methods that could lead to possible misdiagnosis.
Less isn’t always more. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Elana Paddock explains that our bodies are not designed for nutrient restrictions and how to build a healthier relationship with food.
Cooper Clinic registered dietitian nutritionists share what 2019’s National Nutrition Month theme of "Eat Right, Live Right, Feel Right" means to them. Check out how our nutrition team puts this theme into practice in their everyday lives.
There’s nothing fishy about the benefits of eating seafood. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services expounds on the importance of fish being a part of a balanced diet and how to include the recommended servings in your menus this week.
Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services recommends three small kitchen appliances—Instant Pot, Air Fryer and Uber Appliance—that help make healthy eating a habit.
Is intermittent fasting (IF) sustainable and does it lead to positive benefits for total health and well-being? Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Team Lead of Cooper Weight Loss Lizzy McCrary, RDN, LD, discusses the pros and cons of the diet trend that could be doing you more harm than good.
Alternative sweeteners may be saving you calories, how healthy are they really? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services serves up the truth on these sweetened alternatives.
Research shows women who drink alcohol—even in moderation─may be at an increased risk for developing breast cancer. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares what you can do to lower your risk.
We know eating excess sugar is bad for our health, yet most Americans still consume too much. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares ways you can slash the sugar from your diet.