We're Going Nuts!

1. Almonds

Almonds give you a boost of magnesium, calcium and antioxidants. Their high fiber content also plays a role in preventing colon cancer.

2. Walnuts

Walnuts are some of the best nuts for a healthy heart. They reduce inflammation and oxidation in the arteries, they support brain function, and they taste delicious. What's a better snack than that?

3. Pistachios

Pistachios lower cholesterol and carry more potassium than normal nuts. Just be sure to stay away from the salted ones!

4. Brazil Nuts

Brazilians sure know how to stay lean, so why not take a few pointers from them. These nuts are packed with a bunch of nutrients and minerals like vitamin E, magnesium and fiber. And studies show that they may also aid in the prevention of breast cancer.

Health Products You Never Knew You Craved

Being healthy is...always a thing. It's hard at the start but once you've got a routine going along with daily bites that compliment your taste buds, you're all set! Sure, we all love to binge on pizza and beer, but the best trend of all this year is about eating right. It's time to kick obesity to the curb and we've rounded up some of the healthiest and tastiest ways to do it!

Health Warrior Chia Bars: This small snack bar will change your life. Chia Bars are 100% natural, nutrient-rich and are about 100 calories each. They are packed with the ultimate superfood you've never heard of called Chia. Believe it or not, chia seeds have more omega 3 fatty acids than salmon, more fiber than oatmeal, more protein than tofu, more calcium than milk, and more magnesium than broccoli. The vegan, dairy and soy-free bars come in multiple flavors, including Acai Berry, Coconut, and Chocolate Peanut Butter. You can purchase a box of chia bars here for $23.50.

Chobani Debuts Artisanal Greek Yogurt Bar in SoHo

Located on the always-bustling corner of Prince and West Broadway lies Chobani Soho's Yogurt Cafe, where the staff members dress in crisp white shirts and aprons and the yogurt is served in a glass bowl. Unlike the mass-produced Pinkberry or Red Mango, this fresh yogurt bar is shooting for an upscale, high end- feel.

The menu at Chobani Soho offers tasty plain yogurt for $2.75 - but what you're really there for are the yogurt creations which will run you $3.75 and up which are crafted by their master yogurt makers (sounds serious).