Welltodo Today: Headspace Hits Netflix, Meat-Free By 2035, Technogym Opens Retail Store

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

A Meat-Free World By 2035 Is ‘Totally Doable’, Says Impossible CEO

Reading Time: 1 minute Receive all the latest news updates, giveaways discounts, product announcements, and much more. Impossible Foods CEO Patrick Brown has declared it is ‘totally doable’ for society to be living in a ‘meat-free world’ by 2035. The entrepreneur made the comment when being interviewed by Business Food Writer Laura Reiley at the 2020 Web Summit.

This ‘climate-friendly’ snack brand wants to change how we eat

The packaging for a new snack brand called Moonshot doesn’t emphasize the fact that it’s organic. Instead, in large type on the front of the box, it says it’s “climate-friendly.” The ingredients are grown regeneratively, using techniques that can capture and store more carbon in the soil. The shipping is carbon neutral.

Technogym opens retail store in Los Angeles

Technogym has opened the latest of its consumer-facing retail store concepts in Los Angeles, US. The two-floor store, covering 3,500sq ft, is located in the heart of the West Hollywood Design District and will showcase the full range of Technogym’s equipment and services.

Embrace your inner yellow blob with Headspace’s new Netflix meditation show

Headspace has just announced a three-series deal with Netflix that kicks off in January with the Headspace Guide to Meditation. It comes as more and more people have turned to meditation apps to help deal with the stress of the pandemic.

We May Not Be Able To Travel Right Now, But That Hasn’t Stopped Our Workouts from Going Global

The pandemic reality of 2020 has meant that for most of us, travel is off the table. But though our wings may be clipped for the foreseeable future, fitness enthusiasts have used this year to find a new way to see the world: Through their workouts.

Amazon Halo Review: The Fitness Gadget We Don’t Deserve or Need

The retail giant claims that its health product is extremely precise at scanning body fat. I found otherwise. Many of us are in the same boat these days. With the coronavirus killing more people by the day, we are increasingly stress-eating and drinking more alcohol.