Keeping your skin looking and feeling healthy as you age can seem like a complicated, time-consuming and expensive task. However, maintaining good health as you get older can translate into beautiful skin and a confident appearance.
Cooper Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Helen Kaporis recommends using daily sunblock with SPF higher than 30. Sunblock not only reduces the risk of developing skin cancer, but also decreases premature collagen breakdown. We naturally lose one teaspoon of collagen Read More >>
If you have visited the Cooper Complete website – www.coopercomplete.com – over the last few months, you may have noticed our new look. In response to customer requests, we have made numerous updates to the website and ordering system. You are now able to find more information about our products and vitamins in general, and you now have complete control of your orders. If you have questions about the website or ordering vitamins you can reach a customer service representative at the Read More >>
Healthy Body Pack
As your child prepares to leave the nest and head off to college, there is no doubt that they are preparing for a season in their life unlike any other. The flexible schedule, opportunities to learn and try new things, thriving campus life, and close proximity to peers creates the perfect platform on which countless memories will be made. With so many exciting elements of this transition on you and your student’s mind, we want to remind you Read More >>
Eating healthy can be a challenge for all of us, but for college students it can be especially hard. The ‘freshman 15’ is a common weight gain for college students as they try to navigate eating healthy on their own. Students’ irregular schedule, part-time jobs, homework and extra activities can disrupt normal eating habits. What they eat may consist of whatever they can grab between classes from a fast food place or the cafeteria. Researchers at Oregon State University surveyed 582 Read More >>
By: Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper Becoming healthier as you grow older does not have to be a far-fetched goal. Our bodies are built to last, as long as we take care of them properly. At 84 years of age, I continue to exercise, maintain my weight, take supplements and more in order to maintain the […]
Dining out can be a challenge when you’re watching your weight. With so many food and drink options put directly in front of you, it can be tough to turn down the free chips and salsa, a refreshing soda or a slice of cake for dessert. Part III of the Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services Weight […]
Pillbox: Step 4 of Get Cooperized is to take the right supplements for you. Did you grow up taking vitamins?
Dr. Cooper: My father was a practicing periodontist, and in his practice he became convinced of the benefits of nutrition and supplementation on gum health and periodontal disease. He found patients with pyorrhea and gingivitis who ate a diet low in sugar and high in vegetables, and took a multivitamin, had much better gum health than patients Read More >>
Part II of the exclusive Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services Weight Loss Checklist is now available! You can download it here.
Limiting variety and temptation can be a challenge, but with some kitchen reorganization, healthy substitutions and determination, you can make it happen! Share your best tips for limiting food variety and unhealthy temptations in the comments below.
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B vitamins are well regarded for their ability to provide your body energy. They play an important role in cellular metabolism. Additionally, organs that require high amounts of energy, such as the brain, heart and skin, especially benefit from appropriate vitamin B levels. Like many vitamins, B vitamins are essential for optimal health. Because the body cannot manufacture these nutrients, they must be obtained through diet and supplementation.
Consuming energy boosting vitamins is an Read More >>
At Cooper Clinic, we believe that it is ideal for people of all ages to obtain the necessary nutrients from the food that they eat. Unfortunately, there are many factors that can hinder a balanced diet, especially for older adults.
Many seniors no longer spend time cooking meals. Changes in ability to taste and metabolize food can lead to a loss of appetite. There may also be changes in how the body absorbs nutrients from food as one ages. Even dental conditions can affect whether or Read More >>
Prostate Health Supplement
When science evolves, our Cooper Complete® formulas evolve, too. In Fall, 2014, the Cooper Complete Prostate Health formulation was updated.
What is Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)?
Cooper Complete Prostate Health is designed to help lessen the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as an enlarged prostate. BPH is a normal, gradual enlargement of the prostate caused by hormonal fluctuations that usually Read More >>
Looking for a way to jump start your weight loss journey and set attainable goals? Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services has created an exclusive weight loss checklist that can fold into your daily life, one step at a time. Start by taking things slow and substituting certain foods for healthier options, as described in our first weight loss checklist. Download the checklist here, and be sure to share your healthy lifestyle changes and experiences in the comments below!
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To ensure you always have a supply of Cooper Complete multivitamins and mineral supplements, join our Vitamin Auto Delivery Program. You choose how often you would like a shipment, with 30, 60, 90 and 120 day options. If you have two or more bottles of the same product or mix and match products shipped at the same time, you get free shipping!
Vitamin Auto Delivery Enrollment Is Easy
When adding the first item to your cart, click on the blue “Get Started” Read More >>
Food is fuel, and this is especially true when you’re exercising. Whether or not you’re an athlete, the goal is to maximize your body’s potential by feeding it the right foods before, during and after your workouts. Nutrition makes a big difference in not only how you feel, but how you perform–aim for leaner, faster and stronger!
In general the best foods to fuel your workouts are “whole” foods instead of processed foods. For example, grab a piece of fruit instead of drinking Read More >>
When science evolves, our Cooper Complete® formulas evolve, too. This has recently been the case with Cooper Complete Prostate Health, and the new formula may help you or the men in your life achieve optimal health.
What is Cooper Complete Prostate Health Supplement?
Cooper Complete Prostate Health is designed to help lessen the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as an enlarged prostate. BPH is a normal, gradual enlargement of the Read More >>
Summer is here, and there’s no better time to lighten up your meals with some refreshing foods. Enjoy these delicious low-calorie picks that begin with the letter “C.” Cherries Sweet cherries include the popular Bing and Rainier varieties that are ripe for the picking from May to August. Sour or tart cherries are only available for […]
Your skin benefits from healthy nutrition just as much as the rest of your body. After all, your skin is your body’s largest organ, so it needs extra care!
What should you feed your skin? The right foods, supplements and hydration can give your skin an ultimate glow and keep it healthy throughout the years. Follow these skin health tips to keep your skin happy and full!
Other than plenty of water, drink fluids like green tea, coffee, pomegranate juice and red wine Read More >>
A little taste of paradise is waiting for you at Cooper Spa Dallas. This summer’s seasonal service, the Pure Fiji Milk and Honey Experience, is a treatment designed to moisturize and renew the skin’s surface–milk is a natural exfoliant and honey locks in skin’s moisture. Sandal season is upon us, so now is the perfect time […]
What Are Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Omega-3 fats are polyunsaturated fatty acids, the “good fat” found in fish and some plants. Since our body cannot make omega-3 fatty acids, we must get them through food or supplements.
Why We Need Omega-3 Fatty Acids
The impact of seafood’s omega-3s on heart health has been widely studied. The long running Nurses’ Health Study (which includes 80,000 women) reported back in 2001 that women eating one to three servings of fish per month cut their Read More >>