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The Week’s Top Stories: January 30–February 5


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Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.

ANYWHERE

10 healthy books you’ve got to read this year
These are the books from top health gurus that everyone’s going to be talking about.

Gwyneth recommends steam cleaning your vagina: What you need to know
The V-steam is having its Goop moment. Should you try warming up your uterus, too? Here’s what the experts say.

Why is there so much buzz about the elimination diet?
It’s not about fitting into your skinny jeans. This diet’s about which foods might be making you feel really crappy. What you need to know.

NEW YORK CITY

A new line of healthy soups and broths from a juice guru and an Iron Chef
Indie Fresh is a rising star in the world of healthy, flavor-packed soups and broths. And it’s ladeling out creative blends nationwide.

Broad City’s parodied take on the NYC fitness scene is really perfect
Since, in New York City, your gym’s bathroom is often significantly nicer than your own.

Athleta teams up with fashion designer Derek Lam
Derek Lam is one of the first fashion designers to collaborate with a women’s fitness-fashion brand.

LOS ANGELES

How to make a gorgeous fermented foods salad
Learn how on a video Kitchen Visit, with Amanda Chantal Bacon of Moon Juice.

My Favorite Green Juice Recipe: Haylie Duff
The Real Girl’s Kitchen star (whom you might also know from 7th Heaven) makes cooking—and smoothie blending—easy for those of us without any culinary chops.

The woman obsessed with mangosteen
After battling cystic acne for years, Annie Tevelin found that one fruit had a bigger impact on her skin than all of the creams or medicines she’d ever tried.