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.