Tips, News, & Resources

At Cooper, we challenge people to Get Cooperized™ by adopting a healthy living mindset to live better both sooner and later.

Viewing: Latest Filter by Topic Click Here

Filter by Topic:

Understand Different Types of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Types of omega-3 fatty acids include EPA, DHA and ALA, but do the differences matter? And as a consumer, what do you need to know?

Omega-3 goes by many names, including fish oil, essential...

Read More »

Supplement Forms: Is One Form of Vitamin or Supplement Better Than Another?

A point of differentiation often seen in vitamin and supplement advertisements is the supplements being touted in a particular form-liquid, chewable, gummy, tablet, softgel or capsule. So, what...

Read More »

Are Green Tea and Green Tea Supplements The Same

If you have grown up in Texas, then you have probably consumed gallons of iced tea in your lifetime. When dining out, the typical tea glass is “Texas sized” too– at least 24 ounces, if not...

Read More »

Omega Q Plus Resveratrol Pros and Cons

From time to time the Cooper Healthy Living team receives questions about supplements that are in the news or heavily advertised. We recently had an inquiry about the product, Dr. Sinatra’s...

Read More »

Dr. Tyler Cooper Interviewed

Dr. Tyler Cooper

Dr. Tyler Cooper was born eight days before his father Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, founded Cooper Aerobics. A graduate of Baylor University  (with a Bachelor of Business...

Read More »

Omega-3 Fights Inflammation

Studies have shown that in addition to supporting heart and brain health, omega-3 fights inflammation. Inflammation is the body’s immune system’s response to stimulus. This includes...

Read More »

Are You Getting the Calcium You Need?

Are you getting the calcium you need? Women over age 51 need 1200 mg of calcium each day. 1200 mg is equivalent to about 4 glasses of milk. If you’re not getting all of the vitamins and minerals...

Read More »

Lutein and Zeaxanthin

Lutein and zeaxanthin help protect the macula (the part of the eye with the sharpest vision) from blue and near-ultraviolet light. The two nutrients also represent 3/4 of the carotenoids found in...

Read More »

Calcium for Strong Bones

For strong bones, proper levels of calcium and weight bearing exercise are a must. Research indicates long-term, daily calcium intake is required for optimal bone health. In addition, Cooper...

Read More »

Study Linking Omega-3 and Prostate Cancer

The study linking omega-3 and prostate cancer has been refuted.

Most diets recommend limiting fat consumption to manage weight. The exception to the rule has historically been...

Read More »

Lycopene and Prostate Cancer Risk

Lycopene is a carotenoid found primarily in tomatoes, red grapefruit, apricots and watermelon. It gives them their red color. Several studies with reported food intake have found that men who eat...

Read More »

Vitamin D and Childhood Obesity

Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to adolescent obesity. Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence, RI, has been measuring Vitamin D levels in patients since 2007, and conducted a...

Read More »

Omega-3 Deficiency Statistic

Do you know this Omega-3 deficiency statistic? In the United States, men only get 50% and women only get 40% of the omega-3s they need daily. EPA and DHA are the most important omega-3s in your...

Read More »

Vitamins for Brain Health

Homocysteine is one of the risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. Can vitamins for brain health help? A recent study shows that homocysteine-lowering treatment with B vitamins can slow...

Read More »

Sources of Vitamin D3

Vitamin D helps build strong, healthy bones. Research shows maintaining the proper levels of vitamin D and calcium will decrease the likelihood of breaking a bone or developing osteoporosis....

Read More »

Cooper Aerobics History

Cooper Aerobics History starts in 1964, when preventive medicine pioneer Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, developed the 12-minute and 1.5-mile fitness tests and the Aerobics Point System while in the U.S....

Read More »

Millie Cooper Honored by American Heart Association

Every 34 seconds, someone in the United States has a heart attack. Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States dies from a heart disease-related event. Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives...

Read More »

Foods For Vision

Top 10 List Of Foods For Vision

What we breathe, drink, and eat helps us maintain our biochemical composition and our body functions. Water, not strictly considered a food, should be the most...

Read More »

National Healthy Eating Day – Experts Make Healthy Eating Happen

Making healthy food choices is one of Dr. Cooper’s 8 steps to Get Cooperized™. It can be tough to integrate enough servings of fruits, veggies, whole grains, lean protein and other healthy food into a daily routine, especially if you live with a picky eater or have children who are...

Read More »

Stress Management: Learn How To Stress Less

Both personal and professional pressures contribute to stress. Stress can be harmful to your health if not managed properly. Acute stress is short and intense in duration and impacts the central...

Read More »

X
- Enter Your Location -
- or -