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Omega-3 and Heart Health: Do you know these benefits?

Omega-3 fatty acids and heart health go hand in hand. For many years American Heart Association (AHA) has recommended eating at least two servings of fish...

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Physician Q&A: Red Yeast Rice

Do you struggle keeping your LDL cholesterol levels at bay? Are you looking for a holistic alternative to statins? Michael Chapman, MD, Cooper Clinic Platinum Physician and preventive medicine...

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Discover Vitamin B Benefits and How to Experience Them

B vitamins are well regarded for their ability to provide energy for the body. Primarily, they play an important role in cellular metabolism. Organs that require high amounts of energy, such as...

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How To Compare Omega-3 Products

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...

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Magnesium Benefits for a Healthy Body

Magnesium benefits the body in several ways and is essential to optimal health. Various key functions of magnesium include increasing energy, regulating sleep, improving bone density and...

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Best Supplements to Lower Blood Pressure

Controlling blood pressure is an important daily task for many Americans. The American Heart Association estimates that more than 103 million U.S. adults have high blood pressure....

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Best Supplements for Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in adults in the United States, surpassing death from all forms of cancer, respiratory disease, stroke and accidents. Your lifestyle plays an integral...

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Vitamin D and Heart Disease: How are They Linked?

A recent study by Johns Hopkins on vitamin D and heart disease analyzed more than 10,000 American adults. Looking at surveys and health records for nearly 20 years they found:


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Vitamin D and Immunity: What does the Research Say?

Most of us know that vitamin D (also known as the sunshine vitamin) plays an important role in bone health. However, did you know the research on vitamin d and immunity shows people with low...

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How Folic Acid Benefits the Body – Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that the US Government believes folic acid benefits are so important that starting in 1998 it required folic acid fortification of ALL cold cereals and baking flour (including breads,...

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Ask the Experts – What Vitamins Do Cooper Clinic Nutritionists Take?

Ideally, everyone would consume a balanced, nutritious diet and obtain necessary nutrients primarily from the food on their plate. However, the current American health crisis proves most are not...

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Cooper Clinic Dr. Riva Rahl Gives Vitamin Recommendations

What do doctors, who spend the vast majority of their day considering and discussing optimal health, do personally to stay healthy?

We sat down with Dr. Riva Rahl from Cooper...

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Omega Q Plus Ingredient Comparison

Our customers consistently ask about Omega Q Plus and wondering if the “Plus” in the name relates to a superior product formulation of omega-3 fatty acids. Here’s our take on the...

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Vitamin D Sources: How to Raise Your Levels

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that occurs naturally in a small number of foods. Vitamin D exists in large supply in UV rays from sunshine and supplements. Vitamin D sources of food have...

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Why Vitamin D Deficiency is Becoming More Common

Do you have a vitamin D deficiency? Statistics say more people probably do.

A March 2009 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine estimates that 77 percent of...

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Best Vitamins and Supplements for Women

Supplement recommendations can vary between men and women. Women may need to rely more on supplements such as iron, calcium and vitamin D, especially in their child-bearing years.


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Get Cooperized & 8 Healthy Steps to A Healthier Way of Life

Get Cooperized. It’s a phrase you may have seen and heard by now. So, where did we come up with this tagline and what does it mean? We’re so glad you asked.

As you may know,...

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Do you need Vitamin K in a Multivitamin?

Vitamin K fosters blood clotting and strengthens bones but is not included in all multivitamins due to its conflicts with certain medical conditions.

At Cooper Complete we offer a one a day...

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Uncover the Scoop on Soluble Psyllium Fiber and How To Take

Psyllium fiber is a soluble fiber which is utilized as an effective low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol reducer, laxative, and stool softening agent in the human body. As a soluble fiber,...

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