While carbohydrates sometimes get a bad rap, they are a great source of fuel food. Carbs are imperative for muscle, brain, and nervous system function. Read more about picking the right carbohydrates and how they can fuel our system to top performance.
Just because you crave delicious, warm comfort foods during winter doesn't mean you have to pack on the calories. With help from a Cooper Clinic dietitian, learn more about simple ways to substitute healthy ingredients into your comfort food favorites.
All too often we find ourselves without the time to cook a meal because of our on-the-go lifestyles. If you find yourself needing to cruise through the closest drive-thru, read these healthy guidelines on choosing the best meals for the family.
Knowing that snacks are a large portion of a child's diet, it is important to keep the pantry stocked with healthy choices. Learn how to incorporate exciting snack options in your daily routine for children and parents alike.
At Cooper we call them "better bad" choices. For example, if you eat at a fast-food restaurant, what is your better option? At many fast food chains salads are on the menu. But do you know if that salad is a low-calorie or high-calorie option? Find out more to keep your diet on track.
Do you want to have more energy throughout the day and less stress, and lose weight while you're at it? If the answer is yes, then you're in for some great news!
Can you think of the one day a year where Domino's pizza sales rocket to 42 percent, they deliver more than 1.2 million pizzas, and their drivers cover nearly 4 million miles to feed Americans? It's Super Bowl Sunday!
Cheesy enchiladas, crispy calamari, juicy rib-eye steak ...restaurant menu items such as these may sound tempting and mouthwatering, but they come with many calories. If you've been trying to lose weight and are not seeing results despite your efforts to eat better and exercise, think about how often you eat out. Frequenting your favorite eatery may be sabotaging your efforts to slim down.
Is it a meat? Is it a vegetable? Or the dreaded "musical" fruit? Some would say all of the above.