Are nuts good or bad for your health? Despite the rumors, they actually help improve heart health and avoid weight gain! Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares the benefits of regular nut consumption and their associated nutrients.
Diet fads come and go, but these results are here to stay. Learn three safe and effective ways to jump-start weight loss from Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Lizzy McCrary.
This holiday season, don't let your leftovers go to waste! Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services provides creative ways to transform your holiday leftovers into meals you'll love to eat a second time around.
A little heartburn is something we all may experience at some point or another. If it occurs more often than not, there is relief in site thanks to your local registered dietitian nutritionist.
You can never go wrong with more fruits and veggies. But is the vegetarian diet right for you? Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Patty Kirk shares ways to ensure you’re getting all four main nutrients before making the switch.
Did you know what you're eating may be giving you the blues? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services recommends filling your plate with foods to combat inflammation and depression.
Make cooking healthy fun again with these quirky kitchen gizmos. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Lizzy McCrary uncovers useful kitchen gadgets that help make the healthy choices the easy choices.
Life's demands and surprises can make it challenging to keep our health on the top of our to-do list. Learn how Cooper Clinic's team of registered dietitian nutritionists prioritize their health with tried and true tips to practice daily for overall wellness.
The controversies around full-, low- and non-fat milk products can leave you avoiding dairy altogether. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Cynthanne Duryea gets to the bottom of the dairy debate clarifying the relationship between saturated fat and calorie intake.
With food allergies on the rise, it can be hard knowing what you can order on a menu much less valid testing methods. Cooper Clinic registered dietitian nutritionist Gillian White, RDN, LD, CNSC explains valid food allergy and sensitivity testing methods versus invalid methods that could lead to possible misdiagnosis.