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At Cooper Complete, we enjoy answering your questions. Here are the 10 most commonly asked questions about vitamins and supplements.
A lot of work goes into producing the omega-3 supplement you take every day. You may have a new appreciation for the softgels after discovering the path it takes to source the most pure and potent omega-3.
Minerals are not found naturally in our bodies, which is why maintaining a nutrient-rich diet is essential. We complete our two-part series and discuss how minerals play a role in the health and longevity of our bodies.
Minerals perform vital functions in our bodies, but most Americans aren't getting enough of the nutrients their bodies need.
Probiotics have become very popular across the U.S. We ask two Cooper Clinic experts to discuss the role probiotics play in the American diet.
Combined with wise food choices, Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Elana Paddock and Gillian Gatewood share their vitamin and supplement recommendations for a complete nutrition regimen.
Omega-3 is a great heart-healthy choice for both those who are healthy and those who have cardiovascular disease.
What do doctors do personally to stay healthy? Cooper Clinic's Dr. Riva Rahl explains her own vitamin routine and her top supplement picks for patients.
Dr. Cooper's 8 Steps to Get Cooperized includes "taking the right supplements for you." Dietary supplements are supposed to simply supplement a healthy diet and address various nutrient deficiencies. Learn more about Cooper Clinic's take on supplements and the proper way to take a multivitamin.
The more time we spend on digital devices, the more our eyes are exposed to blue light. This can lead to discomfort and long-term vision problems. Lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants concentrated in the eye, can help filter harmful blue light and protect eyes from the inside out.
Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis in which cartilage deteriorates, affects millions of Americans. Everyday movement can become challenging due to osteoarthritis. Cooper Complete Joint Health can help relieve aches and pains that come with age.
Omega-3 is great for your health, but how much fish should you be eating to meet the necessary omega-3 levels your body needs? Find out in our latest infographic.
Migraines can interrupt the flow of everyday life, and their triggers and symptoms are diverse and numerous. Current research shows some supplements may help prevent and reduce migraine symptoms.
On average, the less people sleep, the more they weigh and the more likely they are to put on extra pounds. Melatonin may support lifestyle changes by promoting more consistent sleep throughout the night.
Research has shown that lutein, a nutrient found naturally in various fruits and vegetables, plays a major role in skin, eye and brain health.
Multivitamins, B vitamins and vitamin C have been proven to help reduce symptoms and levels of stress in many people. Could your supplementation routine help manage your stress?
Vitamin D helps build strong, healthy bones, but deficiencies have been linked to cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and more. Do you know how to get the vitamin D you need?
We know smoking cessation, eating a nutritious diet and regular exercise are all key components for a heart healthy lifestyle, but what role do vitamins and supplements play?
Convenience and ease are key to developing healthy habits. Cooper Complete Healthy Body Packs can add value to your health routine, even when you're on-the-go.
It's never too early to begin setting your goals and resolutions for the new year. Incorporating healthy habits into your routine, such as taking your vitamins and supplements, can add years to your life and life to your years.
As Dr. Cooper says, “It’s not stress that kills, it’s the way you handle it.” Learn about three of the most fundamental ways to manage stress and how the right supplements can help.
This winter, go the extra mile to provide additional nutrients your body may need. Find out how Cooper Complete Dermatologic Health can help promote beautiful skin, strong nails, and healthy hair.
Taking the right supplements will positively affect overall health, but are certain vitamins helpful when it comes to warding off the dreaded flu virus?
Bone and joint conditions are the most common cause of severe long-term pain and physical disability worldwide. Supplements can help reduce pain and inflammation when taken correctly.
Depression affects nearly 1 in 10 adults in the United States. Many effective tools fight against depression and research is constantly expanding to better understand how supplements can be an asset in this battle.
Do vitamin bottle labels look a little fishy sometimes? Learn how to read omega-3 product labels in order to get the most out of your supplements.
Vitamin E is being researched extensively, and there are more answers than ever about its potential health benefits.
Dr. Cooper discusses his personal vitamin and supplementation routine, and shares the recommendations he gives his patients.
Managing high cholesterol can be tricky, but various forms of supplementation can help reduce levels of overall and LDL (unhealthy) cholesterol.
B vitamins play a crucial role in cellular metabolism and overall energy. Learn more about how you can get the best B supplementation for your body.
Taking various supplements over the course of the aging process can lead to a happier and healthier life.
Prostate health becomes increasingly important as men age. Cooper Complete Prostate Health has a new formula that can help relieve and prevent prostate issues.
Sometimes animals need supplements, too! The Dallas Zoo uses various Cooper Complete products to keep their animals healthy and happy.
A healthy diet and regular exercise are key components to a woman’s health. Adding supplementation to your routine can add more benefits to your overall wellness.
A recent study has questioned the safety of taking folic acid as a supplement. Learn about the facts behind the importance of folic acid to a healthy lifestyle.
Convenient supplementation can be hard to find, but we have taken initiative to make it easy for you to meet your daily nutritional needs with Cooper Complete’s new and improved Healthy Body Pack.
Good sleep habits can be tough to establish but are critical to keeping yourself healthy. Read on to learn some Cooperized tips and tricks for getting a great night’s sleep.
Is one supplement better than another? How do you know which supplements are right for you? Find out how Cooper Complete® nutritional supplements are different from other brands.
Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, has been known to help prevent many cancers and now research provides another to add to the list.
How do you supplement a healthy heart? Learn about the two key supplements to fight cardiovascular complications and improve heart health: omega-3 and CoQ10.
Cooper Complete® Vitamins and Nutritional Supplements are all based on the latest scientific research. With new findings, we have updated the Eye Health formulation. Read how our product has changed.
On average it takes 66 days before a new behavior becomes a habit. So start in January and by spring taking Cooper Complete vitamins will be a routine task in your day.
Both fish and krill oil contain the healthful omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and EPA, but there are differences. Find out which you need and how much is recommended.
Sleeping less than seven hours per night increases the risk of obesity by approximately 30 percent and adds an extra five pounds on average. Read how Cooper Complete Vitamins can aide your sleep this holiday.
Many people often reach for vitamin C supplements when they feel a cold coming on, but is that really what we need? Read how vitamin C can support your immune system, how to best absorb it and the best time to take it.
If you have ordered your vitamins by phone, you have had the pleasure to speak with our staff. Read common questions regarding Cooper Complete's vitamins, recommendations, formulas and our team.
The skin is the largest organ in your body, and it is constantly being harassed by the elements and sun exposure. How should you protect your skin? Is sunscreen enough?
Most American adults do not receive the recommended amount of vitamin D. Find out how much you need and the best way to supplement your diet.
Just as adults need vitamins to supplement their diet to receive the proper nutrients, so do children and teenagers. Find out which vitamins are key for teen development.
The ‘freshman 15’ is the commonly dreaded weight gain for young adults going to college. If students aren't eating the nutritious foods they should be, how can they supplement their diet?