Predicting 2018's wellness trends: At-home workouts, moringa and alternative yogurts

The co-founders of the website Well+Good appear live on "GMA" to discuss what they predict will be the hottest health trends in the new year.
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Thank you, ginger. New year's day, well, it's less than a month away which means it's time to start thinking about resolutions. What do you guys think are the most popular that there is. Getting healthy. Getting in shape. That's right. So here to help us get a jump start reveal their top three health trends are the co-founders of well and good, alexia Bure and Melissa gelula. Hello, ladies. Thank you for joining us. You know, they said that turmeric and kale were the superfood, the new superfood of 2018. What exactly is it? Well, we're going to talk about maringa as the next hot foods. Turmeric and kale had their buzz. It's showing up in every aisle of the grocery store. This is a superfood bar. Maringa is full of iron, full of calcium and all the vitamins that you would want to make sure you're taking every day. Everyone is picking it up. It's a leaf or seed so grape seeds or grape skins are good for our health so is moringa. Yeah, yeah. So it comes in bars and what other ways can you get it. Puff, so these are going to be your new veggie booty. They're really good for you. Kids love them. It cops in this like superfood powder also. You see those in the packs in your grocery store. We mixed it into guacamole and hummus so sneaking a little extra healthy in there then if you have itchy dry skin this time of year just need a little extra moisture, moringa is showing up in beautiful oils. Really simple. Want to try one? A little something-something. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's like avalanche in moringa oil. You talk about the puffs being the next thing. We have the audience taste testers. Give your honest opinion. Give it a taste and see what you think. How is it? It's good? Good. All right. That's the first test. Now the next big thing we're seeing which I do this at home is alternative yogurts. How is it going to change? Well, the editors at "Well and good" have been scouting trends all year long and notice that nut milk nothiyogurt gurs are taking over. Almond, cashew and then we also have coconut and they all have probiotics in them, the big question we get at "Well and good." Yes, they do. They also have protein. Proteins is really important to you in the morning you're going to want to go with almond and the Greek style in particular has the most. "The then cash sure yogurt, if you've had cashew milk, so creamy. And then coconut yogurt is really awesome. It is so full fat but so delicious and a good dessert yogurt like a doll lop of whip cream kind of thing. Dig into that. I know it's going to be good. You know, we have a wellness trend that's changing the game right hire. And, you know, they say you still have time to get in some quick things even if it it's a tight space. What are they doing. So as we know it's hard to make it to the gym given how busy lives get and so we're so excited that this year at home fitness is getting even more amazing in that you have the motivation of an instructor really coming into your home with so many apps and streaming services so we have an example of akt. This is created by a celebrity trainer, Anna Kaiser and here's a kit, all the equipment you need is right there. There's circuit training, dancing, toning. So much stuff you can do at home. I ride a peloton bike myself. I want yto thank you for sharing. Kane brown is here

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