Welltodo Today: Plant-Based Meat Isn’t Healthy? The SoulCycle Boycott Rages On, Farm To Face Beauty

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Juice Beauty Becomes The First Farm To Face Brand To Have Their Ingredients Studied By Academia

The OG “clean” beauty brand, Juice Beauty, has become one of the first farm to face brands to be studied by academia. The pioneering beauty company is known for offering clinically validated skincare and vibrant plant-based makeup formulated with authentically organic ingredients purchased a farm and vineyard in Sonoma’s wine country in 2018.

How to become a…Peloton instructor

Before joining Peloton, I was a professional commercial dancer for 12 years. Dancing was my life, and I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to give it up – but being a Peloton instructor enables me to use so many elements of my dancing and so the change felt quite natural.

The former monk who runs a $100m meditation firm

The BBC’s weekly The Boss series profiles different business leaders from around the world. This week we speak to Andy Puddicombe and Richard Pierson, co-founders of meditation app Headspace. It was a series of tragedies that sent Andy Puddicombe’s life onto a completely different path.

Opinion | Fast food’s meatless marvels aren’t any healthier than the original options

The impossible isn’t in any sandwich – it’s in changing the American perspective on meat. Fast-food restaurants across the country are embracing a meat-free mentality nowadays, with several big brands adding meatless sandwiches to their menus. Burger King was among the first to do so, partnering with plant-based burger brand Impossible Foods to create the Impossible Whopper.

The call for boycott against SoulCycle appears to be working despite the tactic’s unpredictable record

In relatively surprising news, the call for a boycott against SoulCycle appears to be working, with one data firm showing attendance steadily decreasing over the month of August. The reason for the boycott? Because Stephen Ross, the chairman of the company that owns SoulCycle, among dozens of other brands, held a fundraiser for Trump at his home in the Hamptons.

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