Our commitment to the Environment and to "do no harm" is one of our main guiding principles. As we get ready for the Earth Day celebrations this weekend, we're proud to share details on our efforts to ensure our business and operations have as little impact as possible to this generation and those to come.
Our founder Caroll Lee kicks off our Provenance Book Club series in a conversation with postpartum care expert Kimberly Ann Johnson about her new book, The Fourth Trimester. Not only could Caroll relate to the sense of overwhelm and isolation as a new mom, she knew there must be thousands of other women not having the conversations that need to be had to make us feel like we have not “failed” when our birth doesn’t go exactly as planned.
We are blessed to be part of the wellness community in NYC. A few weeks back we had the opportunity to attend an event and meet one of our favorite women in this community, Rachelle Robinett - herbalist, holistic medicine practitioners, and founder of Supernatural Herbal Cafe at the WOOM Center. We were inspired and enlightened from the experience. More importantly we knew we had to learn more about Rachelle. Check out our one-on-one with her where we explore more about her background, techniques for staying grounded, and how to get started in learning about herbalism.
Long gone are the days of your childhood when your mom nagged you about taking your vitamins. As a busy New Yorker, it's difficult to make sure that your body is getting everything that it needs. Yes, you workout. Yes, you eat well. But are you really getting all the vitamins and minerals your body is craving? Get ready to level up your wellness routine and check out our latest wellness obsession at New York-based NutriDrip.
I’ve just returned from Natural Products Expo West, the largest natural, organic and healthy products event on the planet. Over 85,000 attendees descended on Anaheim, CA to see the latest and greatest in the healthy food and supplements industry. Thousands of exhibitors were there, from large well-known brands such as Stonyfield and Applegate, to little guys debuting their first natural product. There were also many seminars designed to educate businesses on sustainability, diet, entrepreneur’s success and failures, and wellness lifestyle trends. After sampling hundreds of products and attending fascinating lectures, here are my takeaways on the wellness trends to look out for this year.
Spring is a time of new beginnings. Ice is thawing, seeds are germinating, and flowers are budding. And although it’s easy for New Yorkers to feel far removed from these aspects of the natural world, our physiology is still deeply tied to it. But how do we maximize this seasonal change and set our bodies up for a smooth transition?
Supplements are a great way to add nutrients and beneficial bacteria to your diet that you may not be getting (or absorbing) from your daily food intake. There are many reasons why, even with a clean vegetable-packed diet, you may not be receiving all the nutrients your body needs. Learn more and check out recommendations from our founder, Caroll Lee, on which supplements she and her family take daily
Wellness and self-care is an obsession of ours. We're always on the lookout for new treatments and therapies to add into our wellness routines. Last week we tried halotherapy at BREATHE - our bonus perk partner and favorite location for salt therapy. Natural salt is anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-viral and can help alleviate all sorts of respiratory and skin issues.
You’re probably familiar with fitness trackers, and maybe you’ve heard of ketogenic diets and intermittent fasting - all hallmarks of recent biohacking. But did you know you can also biohack your microbiome, mood, skin, and sleep? Well + Good named it as one of the top trends to look out for in 2018, for women in particular, and we are 100% on board. Check out our review of new services to biohack your microbiome, DNA, and more from the leading companies in the space.