There’s good news and bad news. The good? It’s finally the month where spring reveals itself. The bad?
It’s that time of year, again. (Sorry, we’re not talking about the end of winter.) The Environmental Working Group just released its 2015 update to the annual Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce, which includes the latest version of its popular “Dirty Dozen” list, the 12 fruits and vegetables that were found to contain the most pesticide residues.
Sorry, Amy Cuddy. We’ve found a new posture guru, and his oiled abs glisten just a little bit more than yours.
Does it pave your driveway or help maintain your health and natural youthfulness? (Photo: Pinterest) Recently, eating charcoal (and washing up with it) has taken off as a wellness trend.
(Photo: Track and Field) Activewear brand Track and Field might be virtually unknown in the United States, but with 120 stores in Brazil, it’s like Lululemon or Adidas to fitness-loving Brazilians.
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The barre and yoga studio at Equinox’s latest lower Manhattan location. (Photo: Facebook/Equinox) Once One World Trade Center became the home of tons of chic companies (ahem, Condé Nast), we had a feeling the surrounding area would draw chic businesses, namely fitness studios and healthy food spots.
(Photo: Munemi Imai) New York City-based makeup artist Munemi Imai really believes in the power of healthy lifestyle choices.
Meatless eats at The Seed Market’s January event. (Photo: Facebook/TheSeedExperience) Vegans probably don’t love sorting through the artisanal hot dogs and fried chicken of Smorgasburg in order to find something they can eat.
(Photo: Brian W. Ferry) Trainers love to tell anyone who’ll listen that “all you need to get in shape is your own body and a small square of space!
Partner Your ticket to a fashionably fit weekend is here. We all know Barneys New York as the fashion girl’s go-to spot when she needs to revive her wardrobe—but things are about to get a tad more wellness-focused.
(Photo: Tiffany Cruikshank) Tiffany Cruikshank is the smart, cool creator of Yoga Medicine, a method that pairs yoga with holistic health practices to address the modern-life ailments that are constantly creeping up on you— like stress, insomnia, and back pain.
Victoria’s Secret angels hosted a SoulCycle ride to raise money for Pelotonia, an organization that works to end cancer.
Horseback riding can have some serious health benefits. (Photo: Fitness On Toast) We share the most interesting food, fitness, beauty, and wellness news from our partners and friends around the web.
Olive & June’s new luxe pedicure called the Alice includes indie beauty brands who’ll own a spot in your medicine cabinet, if they haven’t already.