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February 3, 2015

About Cooper Locations Health Tips
Prevention Plus

Make Small Adjustments to Improve Your Health
We drive more, walk less and huge portion sizes have become the norm. Our sedentary lifestyles and deficient diets are slowly killing us and Dr. Tyler Cooper suggests small adjustments to improve your health.

Fitness Files

Prepare for Extreme Sports with Functional Training
Train your body to do more than walk on a treadmill—train for extreme sports and improve multi-directional movement and strength with functional training.

Nutrition Bites

Healthy Cooking in a Time Crunch
Studies have shown that when people eat out, they consume 200-300 more calories than if they had eaten at home—and that adds up! Kickstart your cooking with five quick recipe concepts from Cooper Clinic.

Vitamin Aisle

Heart Health with Omega-3 and CoQ10
How do you supplement your heart health? Learn about the two key supplements to fight cardiovascular complications and improve heart health: omega-3 and CoQ10.

What's New at Cooper

Wrap Your Valentine in Beauty
Celebrate Valentines with Cooper Spa! Receive a luxurious Cooper Spa lightweight robe with each $300 Cooper Spa gift card purchased by Feb. 14. And indulge in our seasonal Chocolate Petal Pedicure with a petal-infused foot bath, vanilla scrub with a rich chocolate mask. Visit to book your appointment today.

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Bean Basics

There are so many reasons to celebrate beans as nutrition “powerhouses.” Beans are low in fat and high in fiber and protein, while serving as good sources of folate, calcium and iron. Beans fit under not one but two food groups: vegetables and meat/protein and count towards your goal of getting 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

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Battle Ropes

Have you seen the battle ropes in action at Cooper Fitness Center? Learn a few moves from Professional Fitness Trainer Christian Mazur for a full-body workout.


Simple Sunrise Oatmeal
by Kathy Duran-Thal, RDN, LD, Cooper Healthy Living