Millionaire to Millennials: Stop Buying Avocado Toast If You Want to Buy a Home

This article originally appeared on Money. Freely spending on avocados — the pricey, popular superfruit beloved by young people — may be one of the reasons why some young people can’t afford a house, according to Australian millionaire and property mogul Tim Gurner. [brightcove:5097513650001 default] “When I was trying to buy my first home, I…

How to Make Hilaria Baldwin’s Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies

This article originally appeared on FoodandWine.com.  It’s no secret that Hilaria Baldwin, yoga instructor, wellness expert, mother of three and wife of Alec Baldwin, is super-health-conscious. As she explains in her book The Living Clearly Method: 5 Principles for a Fit Body, Healthy Mind & Joyful Life, developing a healthy relationship with food is a…

 Is Moringa the New Kale? Here’s What an RD Thinks

Throughout my years as a nutritionist, I’ve seen a number of hot new superfoods emerge—from goji berries and acai to collagen, matcha, and maca. The latest to join the pack: moringa. The moringa tree is indigenous to India, and also grown in Central and South America, Africa, Indonesia, Mexico, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Its leaves…

Your Favorite Chocolate Bars Are About to Get Smaller. Here’s Why

It’s makeover time for the chocolate bars you’ve loved since you were a kid. On Thursday, some big-brand candy companies made a joint announcement that they’ll be shrinking the package size of their products, which in turn will lower the total calorie count. The label on the front of the bar will also list the exact number of calories inside.  The…

Ina Garten Has Eaten This Same Breakfast ‘Every Single Day for 10 Years’

This article originally appeared on People.com.  Ina Garten is constantly testing out new recipes for cookbooks like her latest, Cooking for Jeffrey, but there is one meal that remains constant. “I’ve had the same thing for breakfast every single day for ten years: coffee and McCann’s quick-cooking Irish oatmeal,” the Barefoot Contessa star tells Bon…

These Easy Tweaks Will Make Your Coffee Healthier

Here’s a reason to really enjoy your morning cup of joe: it practically qualifies as a health food these days. Coffee can improve your mood, jumpstart your metabolism, boost your workout, and help you focus, among other amazing benefits suggested by recent research. Yet you won’t score these health rewards unless you steer clear of certain bad habits…

Here’s What Einstein Bros.’ New Caffeinated Bagels Actually Taste Like

This article originally appeared on People.com.  When we first heard Einstein Bros. Bagels released a caffeinated bagel creation, the carb and coffee lover inside all of us jumped with joy — and confusion. [brightcove:5421877605001 default] Sure, there’s coffee-flavored ice cream, cake and even yogurt, but how would combining two breakfast staples into one taste? The…

This Is What a Gut Health Expert Eats in a Day

Health and wellness experts often give us tips for filling our plates with nutritious foods that help keep the pounds off, strengthen our immune systems, and improve digestive health. But have you ever wondered what they eat every day? We asked New York City-based gastroenterologist (and Health‘s contributing medical editor) Roshini Rajapaksa, MD, to keep a food…

6 Really Good Things That Happen to Your Body When You Quit Sugar

[brightcove:5389773848001 default] Kicking the sugar habit is no easy task. But if you’re considering giving it a try, here’s some inspiration to help you succeed: it’ll have profound effects on your short- and long-term health. A little of the sweet stuff is okay; the American Heart Association recommends consuming no more than 6 teaspoons of…

Aunt Jemima Products Are Being Recalled Over Listeria Contamination Fears

This article originally appeared on Fortune.com.  A number of Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles, and French toast packages are being recalled due to fear of listeria contamination. New Jersey-based company Pinnacle Foods Inc. announced the move Friday, informing distributors and retailers that it would pull Aunt Jemima items from U.S. and Mexican stores after listeria…

How to Eat Healthier According to Whole Foods’ CEO

This article originally appeared in Fortune.com.  Whole Foods Market co-founder and CEO John Mackey says learning to eat healthy is a lot like getting into a new gym routine: both require training. [brightcove:5420780143001 default] Mackey, speaking at Fortune‘s Brainstorm Health conference in San Diego, said both involve changing well-established patterns. He gave the example of…