Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!
Celeb supplements. Paula Abdul is not telling it Straight Up as the new spokesperson for Fembody Nutrition. While the company makes quick-fix diet pills, Abdul told Grubstreet that she doesn’t take those. She also said her main issue with her body is that she wishes she were 5 foot 7″. Except there’s no supplement for that…yet.
USS Intensati. Patricia Moreno announced that she’ll be taking her affirmation workout to the flight deck of the USS Intrepid on March 11th. How’s that for ambiance?
Healthy delivery. A new company, KLUTCHClub just launched, and they’re the Birchbox of wellness. Instead of sending you a monthly box of beauty surprises, the box will include healthy snacks, supplements, and workout apparel.
Yoga service. The first-ever “Yoga Service Conference,” which will focus on how yoga can help underserved populations, will take place from May 18—20 at the Omega Institute in upstate New York. Seane Corn, the pioneering yogi activist, will be one of the featured speakers.
Functional diet advice. Mark Hyman, MD, one of the leaders of the Functional Medicine movement, released a new book this week, The Blood Sugar Solution, which focuses on losing weight and preventing disease through diet, supplements, exercise, and more.
Goodbye to Rogue. Happy hour workout company Rogue Female Fitness announced this week that they’ve changed their name to “Uplift, ” noting that they liked the double entendre aspect of the new moniker. They also said their new studio is set to open in just a few weeks.