Colorful fruits and vegetables provide valuable nutritional benefits. Eating these fruits and veggies can lower body weight and risk for cancer and cardiovascular disease. Read on for more information.
Many salads that use protein, grain or fruit as a base can be high in calories. Simple ingredient swaps make for healthier options.
We love classic comfort foods, but they tend to weigh us down – even when eaten in moderation. Healthy baking and recipe moderation can help you stay on track with your lifestyle goals.
Green veggies are here to stay, and the nutrients they provide make them essential to a healthy diet. Learn more about leafy greens and their many benefits.
While salads are a healthy option, they don't always sustain until the next meal. Find out which ingredients will leave you feeling complete.
Smoothies are great for breakfast or on-the-go. Make your smoothie smarter with rich add-ins with chia seeds, kale or cacao powder.
Studies have shown that when people eat out, they consume 200-300 more calories than if they had eaten at home—and that adds up! Kickstart your cooking with five quick recipe concepts from Cooper Clinic.
Healthy choices begin in the grocery store. Read Cooper Clinic's top five tips to shop smart this New Year.
Americans are still consuming almost 1/2 cup of added sugar a day, much more than the recommended daily limit. Which spoonful is hurting your diet the most?
Protein contains the building blocks for muscles and cells, transports nutrients throughout the body and is a source of caloric energy. Read why adding plant-based protein is good for your diet.