(Photo: Paleo by Season) Chef Peter Servold, founder of Pete’s Paleo, is on a mission to convince the world that the Paleo Diet does not equal only eating plain hunks of meat.
(Photo: EcoSalon) 3 healthy Halloween recipes From Boo-nanas to tangerine pumpkins. —Ecosalon Scary health facts about Halloween Americans buy how many pounds of candy?
(Photo: We Heart It) How long could you go without checking your phone, inbox, or Instagram likes? The Interdependence Project founder Ethan Nichtern, author of the upcoming The Road Home: A Contemporary Exploration of the Buddhist Path, is challenging you to unplug from all of it for a full ten minutes each day this month—as part of Athleta’s Healthiest Year Ever—and giving it a shot might just make you a happier, nicer person.
(Photo: Xtend Barre) How does one become an international barre maven? For Xtend Barre founder Andrea Rogers, it was totally organic.
Each week in our Anywhere Edition email we spotlight a few awesome Instagram accounts that we love to follow—inspiring yogis, wellness gurus, healthy foodies (okay, a lot of healthy foodies), and more.
(Photo: Good Food America) As the former host of shows like Rescue Chef and Recipe Rehab (and Donut Showdown!
(Photo: My Cosmo) It seems pretty obvious that runners would take up yoga to release tension (and their IT bands) after putting in lots of miles.
(Photo: RunKeeper) A blind man running a marathon is a serious feat. But Simon Wheatcroft is taking it a step (well, many miles) further.
(Photo: We Heart It) Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.
Will run for pasta? How about Davio’s hand-rolled potato gnocchi with organic mushrooms, basil, and truffle to fuel up for the marathon?
(Photo: Juice Generation) Popular New York City juice and smoothie bar Juice Generation is tapping the most talked-about natural-beauty and wellness trends—eating clay (thanks, Shailene Woodley) and drinking charcoal—with its new line of Beauty Bombs, debuting in mid-November.
(Photo: Marcelo Maia for Mark Jenkins) After a fun and sweaty workout session with Mark Jenkins this week, he said he had to get going for his next training session—which happened to be with Mary J.
(Photo: Will Letter For Lunch) Twenty-three-year-old Lauren Hom has a simple business model: “What I write is what you pay.” The Crown Heights, Brooklyn, resident and professional hand letterer is the founder of Will Letter For Lunch, a project she started in late March where she writes a restaurant’s daily specials in pretty lettering on a chalkboard in exchange for eating whatever those specials are, which she then documents on her blog.
Nearly 60 percent of all the products in The Environmental Working Group’s new database contain sugar.
(Photo: BFX Studio) You’re invited to attend our upcoming Mio Workout Wonder with BFX Studio! It’s the big finale of our beauty-fitness series with the pioneering British brand Mio Skincare, whose tagline is one we can get behind: Fit Bodies Need Fit Skin.
(Photo: CorePower Yoga) Is CorePower Yoga poised to become the nation’s yoga studio empire? The company, created in Denver in 2002, debuted 20 new locations in 2014 and now has more than 100 from Hawaii to Massachusetts—and it’s setting itself up for enormous growth over the next few years.
(Photo: CorePower Yoga) Is CorePower Yoga poised to become the nation’s yoga studio empire? The company, created in Denver in 2012, debuted 20 new locations in 2014 and now has more than 100 from Hawaii to Massachusetts—and it’s setting itself up for enormous growth over the next few years.
Beyonce in her “Pretty Hurts” video. (Photo: Sport Stylist) Women are already obsessed with the many workout classes that teach them to dance like Beyonce—and soon they’ll be able to follow her lead when it comes to dressing for their workouts, too.