If the flu strikes you or your family this fall or winter, eating nutritious foods can help you get back on your feet quickly.
Ethnic cuisines make up a large part of our diet, but are we paying attention to our food choices? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services explains how to make healthy decisions when eating foods from around the world.
Mushrooms are low in calories and packed with vitamins and minerals including iron, potassium and vitamin D. Have you been getting your nutritional power from mushrooms?
Sugar is associated with an increased risk for obesity and chronic diseases such as heart disease and high cholesterol among adolescents. Too much sugar can sneak into your child's diet from unexpected places.
Learn the advantages and disadvantages of eating vegetables both raw and cooked.
Speculation often surrounds the health benefits of soy, so let’s sort out the facts from the fiction.
Adding fun and flavor to food doesn’t have to include extra calories. Herbs and spices can add a healthy kick to your cooking.
Berries offer cancer-fighting antioxidants, excellent doses of fiber and other nutritional benefits that greatly impact overall health. Read on to learn more.
Though tiny in size, seeds are nutritional powerhouses. Incorporating a variety of seeds and/or nuts into your diet several times a week is a great addition to a healthy eating plan.