Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services recommends three small kitchen appliances—Instant Pot, Air Fryer and Uber Appliance—that help make healthy eating a habit.
Is intermittent fasting (IF) sustainable and does it lead to positive benefits for total health and well-being? Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Team Lead of Cooper Weight Loss Lizzy McCrary, RDN, LD, discusses the pros and cons of the diet trend that could be doing you more harm than good.
Alternative sweeteners may be saving you calories, how healthy are they really? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services serves up the truth on these sweetened alternatives.
Research shows women who drink alcohol—even in moderation─may be at an increased risk for developing breast cancer. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares what you can do to lower your risk.
We know eating excess sugar is bad for our health, yet most Americans still consume too much. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares ways you can slash the sugar from your diet.
Our gastrointestinal tract plays an important role in our overall health. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services discusses ways you can ensure optimal gut health.
If your idea of meal planning is choosing which drive-thru restaurant to hit up after work, it’s time to change your ways. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services offers six tips to help make meal prep a breeze.
As you age, your nutritional needs can change. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services shares nutrition tips for men in all decades of life.
Adequate hydration is vital for body processes such as weight maintenance, digestion and detoxification. How much water do you really need and what role does your environment and exercise routine play? Our Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services team explains.
Stress can affect how and what we eat and in turn, impact our weight and overall health. Why do we reach for food during periods of high stress? Our Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services team discusses why stress eating is so common and what you can do to break the habit.