How big is your plate and how full is your plate? Learn tips and tricks from the registered dietitians at Cooper Clinic to manage your portions.
Oil is a necessity when cooking, but which is the best to use? A Cooper Clinic dietitian shares which to use when baking versus sautéing and which have the best fats.
A salad can be an excellent way to get most of your vegetables in at one sitting. However, pouring on a generous amount of salad dressing can ruin your healthy efforts.
Most places are self-serve and only offer large cups. It's up to us to determine the portion and the toppings. Get the skinny here!
Why is hydration important? Studies show that drinking water can be an effective weight loss strategy. Read about other benefits hydration can bring to your health.
Berries have some of the highest antioxidant levels of any fresh fruit and are some of the most powerful disease-fighting foods available. Learn more about your favorite berry.
Herbs not only add distinctive flavors to foods but can also provide health benefits including antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
The tradition of drinking tea is thousands of years old in many parts of the world. Teas are not only refreshing, but have years of research supporting their health benefits.
Doing your own taxes can be quite daunting, to the point of hiring someone else to do it. Fifty-two percent of Americans believe that doing their taxes is easier than eating a healthy diet.
"If a food tastes good, it must not be good for you." You may have this perception about food that leads you to reach for that bag of potato chips instead of an apple.