Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
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It’s been fairly standard practice to head to your annual GP check-up with the goal of leaving as quickly as possible with a prescription in hand, no questions asked. But as holistic healing has become more mainstream, patients are increasingly seeking out other ways to treat their ailments first, whether it’s with herbs and food, acupuncture, energy healing, essential oils, or meditation.
Innocent is to roll out a more sustainable bottle as part of its aim to have 100% non-virgin plastic packaging by 2022. The new, fully recyclable bottle is 50% recycled PET and 15% plant-based plastic made from a sugar cane by-product. The result of two years’ development, it will initially be used from this month for Innocent’s smoothies.
Fitbit will use healthcare data standards and cloud services from Google, as the wearable maker looks to the medical market for a comeback.
Dirty Lemon’s first and highly anticipated collaboration with Vogue is now available to the public. The newest elixir, presented in a matte black bottle with a contrasting black glossy V, is the second ideation of the collaboration and first to be available for purchase.
Plant-based food is on the rise – even in the United States, where 48 % aims to eat more plant-based food. Consumers do prefer that term to vegan food, which sounds too strict and negative. According to 83 % of Americans, the future is “100 % plant-based food” as opposed to the term “vegan”.
Those practising yoga are widely known for their calm, serene and unflappable auras. But for one of Britain’s largest yoga communities the calm appears to have been disturbed by warring officials. The chair and vice-chair of the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) have stepped down after repeated clashes with their National Executive Committee (NEC).