Welltodo Today: Gender-Neutral Activewear, Google’s Top Fitness Searches, Strava Attracts 1M Users Per Month


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

The Gym Group reveals plans to open up to eight small box gyms in 2020

The Gym Group has confirmed plans to roll out a new small box format in the UK over the next 12 months. The format is a scaled-down version of The Gym concept and has been designed to open up opportunities to enter new markets.

McDonald’s to launch first vegan meal in 2020

McDonald’s is to join a growing list of fast food restaurants selling fully vegan meals in the UK. McDonald’s said its Veggie Dippers meal – including vegan nuggets served with chips and a soft drink – will launch in the UK on 2 January. It follows the likes of KFC and Greggs in introducing vegan options.

Dutch startup Meatable is developing lab-grown pork and has $10 million in new financing to do it

Meatable, the Dutch startup developing cruelty-free technologies for manufacturing cultured meat, is pivoting to pork production as a swine flu epidemic ravages one quarter of the world’s pork supply – and has raised $10 million in financing to support its new direction. When the compan…

Beyoncé Reinvents Activewear Line Ivy Park as Gender-Neutral

Beyoncé’s athleisure line Ivy Park, which is collaborating with Adidas, will feature gender-neutral clothing. She spoke about the new sartorial direction of the activewear line in a recent interview, saying that she hoped to break “the so-called fashion rules.” Beyoncé is no stranger to taking risks.

Exercise advice on food labels could help to tackle the obesity crisis

Labelling food and drinks with how much walking or running is needed to burn them off could help tackle the obesity crisis, researchers say. While all packaged food must display certain nutritional information, such as calorie content, there is limited evidence that the approach changes what people buy or eat.

Fitness App Strava Registers a Million New Users Every Month

(Reuters) – A million people a month are signing up for fitness-tracking app Strava, which now tracks activity trends of 48 million people in 195 countries, the company said in its ‘Year in Sport’ report published on Wednesday.

What You Need To Know About Googles Top Trending Diet & Exercise Plans of 2019

Think about all the things you Googled in 2019. What is perineum sunning? Is CBD legit? How bad is vaping, really? It seems that every other day there’s a new and trendy diet or workout or nutrient to learn about.


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