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This Week in Wellness: Drew Barrymore’s diet, yoga apps, and more


Drew Barrymore
(Photo: Fitperez.com)

Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!

Meat for a man. FitPerez reported that Drew Barrymore gave up her 10-year vegetarian diet because she was sick of cooking separate meals for her steak-loving boyfriend. No judgement on the personal decision about whether or not to eat meat, but we hope he makes the same kind of compromises for her. (And hey, could he cook his own burgers once in a while?)

Rumors in the Aerospace. Rumors about the closing of the celeb-fave fitness center Aerospace have been circulating all week. Turns out the spot is closing, but not until October of 2012. After that, the owners are making big plans.

An app for yoga. I.AM.YOU studio launched a free “daily information and inspiration” iPhone application this week that includes yoga videos, music, nutrition, philosophy, and more. It’s an interesting approach to getting in your yoga off the mat, and one we’re sure to see more of in the future.

Gym yogurt. Stonyfield Farm will be setting up a cafe inside The Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, according to Grubstreet, and they won’t just be peddling organic yogurt.”Macaroni and cheese, salads, and flatbread sandwiches with ingredients from farms in New York State,” will be on the menu.