Cooper Wellness & Disease Prevention Center

3604 N. McColl Rd. 

McAllen, Texas 78501


        (956) 627-3106





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Medical Provider Personalized Treatment

Sit down with an actual Medical Provider who understands your conditions and knows when to prescribe natural or conventional medicine.

Learn Healthy Cooking

Replace meat, dairy, and sugar in your diet through a variety of delicious and easy recipes. Make better eating choices armed with nutritional knowledge.

Prescribed Natural Remedies

Herbal teas, supplements, hydrotherapy, exercise therapy, charcoal, counseling, poultices, and diet plans are prescribed at you.

Learn Lifestyle Medicine

Understand the cause of your diseases and learn natural remedies and habits to reverse their progression

Prescribed Hot & Cold Therapy

Boost your immune system by increasing circulation and white blood cells.

Discover Simple Exercises

Spend time in nature as you learn the simplest exercise: walking.  

Accommodations Included

Let your body heal as you sleep soundly in a hotel-quality bed.  

Nutrition for Physical Health

Enjoy meals that aren't just delicious, but also low-fat, high-fiber and packed with whole grains, legumes, and nuts.

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How to Eat Well on a Budget

September 25, 2015

Eating healthy can sometimes be a challenge in today's economy. I know that many times it is tempting to buy a dollar burger from a fast food joint than to go to the grocery store and spend more buying each natural organic ingredient to make a healthy meal. However, here are some simple tips on how to eat healthy meals on a budget.

1. Buy produce that is inseason.I know that this may sound too simple to be effective, but it really is. When you buy foods that are in season, it helps to reduce the costs because the grocery stores are able to order it at discounted prices. They are then able to pass on those savings to their customers. Sometimes they even have great sales. Join us for Shop with the Doc to learn what are some of the best power foods that promote a healthy lifestyle and look for the sales.

2. Embrace whole grains and beans. Beans and whole grains, like brown rice are an inexpensive and tasty way to bulk up meals, and can even be a meal in themselves.

3. Plan and prepare meals ahead of time. prepping food in advance is a step in the right direction towards eating healthy. Plus, it's also a good way to make sure you're eating what's in the fridge, to minimize waste and expenses.

4. Keep an organized fridge and pantry. Leftovers are always great, but it totally defeats the purpose if they get lost in the back of the fridge and end up going bad and getting thrown out. Label leftovers with contents and dates to keep your fridge organized and to help minimize food waste.

5. Go to the farmers market at the end of the day. Depending on where you live, farmers markets may or may not save you money during regular hours. Consider visiting the market at the end of the day, when you could very likely score some great deals. Also, you can grow an inexpensive herb and vegetable garden right in your own kitchen. There are several easy to grow herbs and veggies that do well indoors and this will additionally guarantee their freshness. You can know exactly where your food comes from. Join us for organic gardening classes behind our wellness center to learn more about growing your own organic food.




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