While there is no magic pill to take stress away, certain supplements may be able to help. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Meridan Zerner shares five supplements that can help manage your body's stress response.
When it comes to eating healthy, Cooper Clinic recommends a food-first philosophy. However, dietary restrictions and hectic lifestyles can often keep us from getting the nutrients our bodies need. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Director Katherine Nashatker poses four questions to ask yourself to help determine if you’re getting enough nutrients through your diet alone and if not, what supplements might be best for you.
What role do omega-3 and Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) supplements play in heart health? Cooper Clinic Cardiologist John Ho, MD, explains.
If you’re new to supplements or just don’t know where to start, keep reading. Dr. Tyler Cooper shares what Cooper Complete supplements he takes on a daily basis and what he recommends most often to his patients.
Statins are a family of prescription drugs used to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol. Approximately 28 percent of American men and women over age 40 take a statin, but many discontinue use after experiencing some sort of statin side effect. Nina Radford, MD, discusses whether supplements can help alleviate the problem.
When shopping for omega-3 supplements, do you check to see if the fish oil is in triglyceride or ethyl ester form? There is a difference. Learn why Cooper Complete recently reformulated its Advanced Omega-3 and what it means for you and your health.
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.