Welltodo Today: Functional Beverage Startups Core Raises $39M, Freelance Fitness, Peloton’s Community Building Strategies

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

Why Healthy People Join Concierge Medical Practices

People join concierge medical practices for a number of reasons. One very prevalent reason, for example, is to help them deal with chronic conditions such as diabetes. Nearly all of us and our loved ones will at some point be diagnosed with a serious or complex healthcare condition.

SEC Filing: Core Raises $39M In Past Year – BevNET.com

Functional beverage company Core Nutrition, LLC has raised almost $39 million in funding over the past 12 months, according to documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Why more fitness instructors are flying solo | Well+Good

Fitness instructor Lindsey Clayton’s alarm goes off at 6 a.m. on the regular. By 6:30, she’s packed her Puma bag with a change of clothes, a second pair of sneakers for her late-afternoon run, and a pair of headphones.

The country that pioneered wellness is adopting cannabis as a cure

Zurich, Switzerland For centuries, Switzerland has led the way when it comes to what we now call “wellness,” peddling the healing powers of crisp Alpine air, clear blue skies, and fine Swiss botanicals.

Inside Kate Hudson’s new London dance studio

When Kate Hudson and I met, at a music festival in the Californian desert, it was love at first sight. Not between the Almost Famous star and me, obvs, but between her and Matt Bellamy, lead singer with Muse.

Lululemon Is Looking For a New CEO Again. Here’s Who Might Be on the Shortlist

For the second time in four years, Lululemon Athletica is looking for a new CEO.

Building a community, not a cult: How Peloton shapes its storytelling efforts

A few years ago, Carolyn Tisch Blodgett’s mother bought a Peloton, an indoor cycling bike that connects to the internet. “She loved it, and I didn’t understand what was so great about it,” Blodgett says. Fast-forward to current day, Blodgett not only gets it, but it’s her job as Peloton’s SVP of brand marketing to make sure other people understand the bike’s appeal.

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