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.
Do you know the recommended milligrams of sodium consumption per day? Do you know how much you consume? Learn the facts and benefits of monitoring your sodium intake.
Are adjectives on labels such as gluten-free, GMO-free and grass-fed increasing your grocery budget? Get the facts from Cooper Clinic to know what is the right purchase for your household.
The habit of late night snacking can be more harmful than just gaining a few pounds. Cooper Clinic shares the risks of late night snacking and tips to resist the urge to visit the fridge.
Eating five to nine servings of fruit and vegetables every day provide key nutrients for your body. Find out which veggies have optimal fiber, vitamin A, K, C, and B-vitamins.
More than 90 percent of adults and children don’t eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables. To ensure your family is receiving the recommended five servings per day, read tips from Cooper Clinic.
Do whole grains increase body fat? Are whole grains the culprit behind the obesity epidemic? Learn why whole grains should be an essential element in your diet.
Do you enjoy a cup of coffee? Or a yogurt parfait for breakfast? Before reaching for pills, seek out some common, health-promoting foods to fight aches and pains.