Welltodo Today: Smart Sportswear, Women & CrossFit, Billions In Food Poverty

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

How CrossFit is helping women to build better relationships with their bodies and food

What comes to mind when you hear the word CrossFit? If it’s a room full of shouty men throwing huge weights around, then you’re not alone. In my experience, loads of people think of CrossFit as this intimidating, male-dominated sport – partly because that’s how it was first advertised.

Potato Milk Is Sprouting and It’s a Sustainability Win | Well+Good

The vast majority of ways you can enjoy a potato make it the most ideal food in existence, IMHO. Baked, mashed, tots, hash browns, Air Fryer French fries…it’s delicious in every form. But potato milk? Even potato lovers would raise an eyebrow at that one. Well, it’s happening.

How The Cofounders Of HigherDOSE Are Creating An Empire Of Wellness Products

When Lauren Berlingeri and Katie Kaps joined forces and launched HigherDOSE in 2016, it was conceptualized as a sauna experience like no other, featuring state-of-the-art infrared saunas. Find out how going from pop-ups to new products accelerated their brand and took HigherDOSE to new heights.

Three billion people cannot afford a healthy diet, says UN agriculture agency

Approximately three billion people, almost 40 per cent of the world’s population, cannot afford a healthy diet and another one billion people would join their ranks should further unpredictable events reduce incomes by one-third, the UN food agency said, launching a new report on Tuesday.

Plant-based industry fails to put meat on the bone

And yet, even once that is taken into account, the emerging industry still faces three big challenges. First, the technology and supply chains are a lot more troublesome than anyone first thought.

A little-known company made smart fitness clothing you might actually wear at the gym | Engadget

At a preview event in London, the team set me up in one of their first shirts, ahead of a planned launch early next year. It feels like a premium, luxury sports tee. It’s breathable, soft to the touch and tight.

This cult teen brand is quitting social media amid growing safety concerns

Trendy soaps brand Lush Cosmetics is quitting Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat on Friday in a radical move to draw attention to how those platforms are damaging people’s mental health.

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