Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Late on a Thursday afternoon in early March, just off Brick Lane in the heart of London’s nightlife hotspot Shoreditch, 23-year-old Louisa Davidson is taking calls and co-ordinating cables and scaffolds, as shocking pink Vegan Nights banners are hung around the expansive courtyards of the Truman Brewery.
Lawsuits, scathing social media posts, online bullying-sounds like a late-night episode of Law & Order, right? Actually, all of this drama just unfolded in real life, and in the last place you’d likely expect: the yoga community.
Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. by the Latin America reporting team of Mergermarket, including Bruna Maia, Carlos Martinez, Dominic Pasteiner and Ana Toral Despite their famed soccer skills, fewer than 5% of Brazilians are members of a fitness center – compared with just over 17% of Americans, according to industry trade association IHRSA.
Rosa Foods, the makers of Soylent, today announced that their products will be sold at Walmart, the leading grocer in the United States.
‘Healthy’ food companies need to distance themselves from the emotional language of toxic diet culture
A fistful of fries, glistening with salt and dunked in ketchup, definitely isn’t the smartest, healthiest eating option. But treating yourself to them occasionally won’t suddenly make your heart putter to a stop, your legs swell twice their size nor clog your arteries. We don’t eat purely for the purposes of physical health.
W Hotels has announced the next iteration of the brand’s take on fitness and wellness with a new programme, Fuel weekends by W Hotels. Fitness experts will host workout getaways in W locations combined with healthy cuisine, evening parties and socialising.
Couldn’t snag Coachella tickets this year? Never fear. We’ve got you covered with its wellness alternative-and it’s only a twenty-minute drive from the iconic music festival itself. You may be able to hear Beyoncé performance if you listen super hard, and probably Eminem whether you like it or not.