Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we’re looking at creative health: from stolen chocolates to research on romantic attraction. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:

16 Foods That’ll Re-Grow From Kitchen Scraps
Wait — don’t trash that onion root! All it takes is a little soil and water to make another whole vegetable. Apply similar techniques to the stems and roots of leeks, celery, garlic, and more to take eco-friendly efforts to a whole new level. (via Wake Up World)

Jawbone Collaborates With Artists to Bring Data Tracking to Life
Talk about sleeping beauty: This cartoon-y infographic diagrams how pets, commute times, and athletic activity affect users’ sleep habits. (via PSFK)

What Smoking Does to the Body
If the threat of cancer doesn’t do it for you, maybe the prospect of ugliness will. The Cancer Society of Finland has designed an interactive website where users can see what people look like before and after a long period of smoking. (via The Atlantic)

Smoking FacePhoto: tobaccobody.fi

$120,000 Worth of Stolen Chocolate Latest in Odd Food Heists
Look for the people with fudge-smeared faces: A group of robbers recently stole a truck filled with $120,000 worth of Hershey bars. And that’s only the latest example of weird food thieveries this year. (via ABC News)

It Ain’t Fiction, Just a Natural Fact: Opposites Don’t Attract
A study of dating site eHarmony’s Matching Compatibility System found that long-term relationships are more likely to work out when the two partners are similar. (via Jezebel)

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[Note: These are outside sources, which don’t always follow Greatist’s strict (and awesome) research standards.]