Millennials are already obsessed with wine, but it’s time to make some room next to the rose. The latest vino trend popping up at buzzy spots from coast to coast—like natural wine bar Four Horsemen in Brooklyn, Instagram-friendly bowl restaurant Cafe Henri in New York City, and organic, vegetarian restaurant Elf Cafe in Los Angeles—is a crisp glass or orange wine.
Welcome to Wellness Confidential, our quick-fire interview series where we ask hard-hitting (okay, entertaining) wellness questions, lightning round-style.
Instagramming morning smoothies or a plate full of greens so isn’t Adele’s style, but when she premiered her new music video at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, there was no hiding her recently slimmed-down figure.
This post originally appeared on AOL Move over parfaits, there’s a scrumptious new trend in town that’s taking jarred foods to the next level—and they’re called smoothie stacks.
With everything from lentil chips to broccoli bites crowding the snack aisle, food manufacturers have caught on that people are looking for healthier options to pair with their lunch than a bag of Lays.
This post originally appeared on The Zoe Report Many of us stay up later than we should surfing the internet, watching Netflix, or drinking an extra cocktail we don’t really need.
There’s washing your face and slapping on some moisturizer, ablutions style. And then there’s a beauty ritual, where your intentions—from the skin-care products you use to the purpose of taking an actual minute for yourself (for inner beauty!
When Deborah English and her team were tasked with designing Whole Foods’ newly opened, millennial-friendly 365 concept in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood, there was one place they refused to look for inspiration: Whole Foods itself.
New York City’s booming boutique fitness scene has officially taken over the Hamptons, too. Each summer top studios like Barry’s Bootcamp, SoulCycle, and Tracy Anderson all set up out East until Labor Day (and some, beyond), in addition to homegrown gems like the original Yoga Shanti and Montauk’s Love Yoga.
As Brentwood and Montana Avenue reach peak saturation point with fitness studios, organic nail salons, and fancy-pants athleisure shops—and Abbot Kinney Boulevard rent prices reach a peak of their own—a less-flashy locale is becoming the destination of choice for healthy businesses looking to make their mark on Los Angeles’ Westside.
This post originally appeared on The Zoe Report I, like many women, am a multitasker. I like to do 15 things at once.
Around this time last year, a friend (and fellow beauty writer) and I decided to take a road trip. Ostensibly, we were undertaking this journey with the reasoning that we needed some story inspiration.
Even if someone’s life looks perfect on the outside, we never know what they are dealing with on the inside.
Yoga shorts, traditionally born of 105-degree postures and perspiration in the country’s hottest yoga studio climates, have often been of the booty-skimming variety.
If you love smoothies but don’t have time to shop, chop, and make them on the regular, Rachel Drori’s a step ahead of you.
What does one of New York City’s most beloved boutique workouts have in common with the meditation practices of indigenous South American tribes?
Partner It’s hard to believe, but Girls on the Run—the fitness mentorship program that helps thousands of girls each year unleash their inner athletes—is approaching a major milestone.
In a perfect wellness world, there should be a college course devoted to skin care with a midterm exam on sunscreen.
Following your wanderlust can take you far and wide—and there’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to planning vacation.
Welcome to the latest from the Wellness Council, our handpicked holistic health squad: a tightly curated group that gives the best advice this side of your own personal guru. We’re excited to announce a new member of the Council: women’s hormone expert Alisa Vitti (AKA “the hormone whisperer”).