The fact that Juice Press has been expanding at breakneck-bottle speeds is not exactly news. But the indie New York City brand known for its downtown cool factor and fanatical commitment to juice purity (all organic, no HPP!
Grapes that make great wine aren’t the only things growing in Napa and Northern California. Natural beauty brands are now tapping the skin-benefiting ingredients grown in the stellar agricultural region to create luxe botanical products you’ll want to get your hands on (and then slather on your skin).
When now-married couple Rudy Gehrman, DC, and Lynda Salerno-Gehrman first met in the early 2000s, it was a perfect match, in more than just the romantic sense.
(Photo: Syncstudio) Syncstudio Synccycling, $25 Where it’s offered: Syncstudio, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, as well as South Durham and Downtown Durham, North Carolina An indie fitness studio in Williamsburg is becoming a rare thing, as national workout brands like SoulCycle and Pure Barre move into Brooklyn.
(Photo: Upstate) When Kalen Kaminski was in upstate New York in 2011, she discovered an amazing vintage wrap at a thrift store that inspired her to start designing scarves using different textile pieces.
Last year, we made sure the women of New York City put their cute printed leggings to use with the debut of the Sweat Series—a collection of 18 complimentary workouts taught by the city’s top fitness instructors, hosted by Athleta.
The life of a gluten-free cookie baker might conjure up visions of flour-splattered countertops and cabinets filled with chocolate.
High intensity interval training (HIIT) has been having a “moment” for the last few years. Chalk it up to the fact that the workouts have been found to be as effective as longer routines, decrease your appetite, and increase your afterburn (which is basically the hat trick of the fitness world).
Gwyneth Paltrow hasn’t exactly been stingy with her seal of approval lately. Gold juicers? Check. Steam cleaning your vajajay?
There’s a new type of tea showing up at your health food store, and it’s not exactly plucked from leafy fields or served with crumpets: it’s mushroom.
There’s good news and bad news. The good? It’s finally the month where spring reveals itself. The bad?
It’s that time of year, again. (Sorry, we’re not talking about the end of winter.) The Environmental Working Group just released its 2015 update to the annual Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce, which includes the latest version of its popular “Dirty Dozen” list, the 12 fruits and vegetables that were found to contain the most pesticide residues.
Sorry, Amy Cuddy. We’ve found a new posture guru, and his oiled abs glisten just a little bit more than yours.
Does it pave your driveway or help maintain your health and natural youthfulness? (Photo: Pinterest) Recently, eating charcoal (and washing up with it) has taken off as a wellness trend.
(Photo: Track and Field) Activewear brand Track and Field might be virtually unknown in the United States, but with 120 stores in Brazil, it’s like Lululemon or Adidas to fitness-loving Brazilians.
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The barre and yoga studio at Equinox’s latest lower Manhattan location. (Photo: Facebook/Equinox) Once One World Trade Center became the home of tons of chic companies (ahem, Condé Nast), we had a feeling the surrounding area would draw chic businesses, namely fitness studios and healthy food spots.