December 1: Your healthy news briefing

amy-schumer-pirelli-calendarWhat has the Well+Good staff’s attention? Join us for our morning news debrief and learn what we’re reading and what’s buzzing in the wellness world. (Besides our articles, of course.)

Today is #GivingTuesday and #WorldsAidsDay

The University of Florida just released their predictions of what food will look like in 2016. (Less time by the grill, more time thinking about our guts.)

Salt warnings go into effect in NYC today, and the NRA wants to sue
Not that NRA.

KIND Snacks says the FDA’s definition of “healthy” isn’t exactly…kind.
They’re asking regulators to change their definition to include foods with healthy fats, like, nuts, salmon, and, Kind Bars.

Calorie counts on menus aren’t working
I propose we label all foods with “green”, “yellow”, or “red.”

Have some cannabis coffee with your cannabis raspberry cake
Legal’s coffee comes with “a calm sense of focus on caffeine’s jittery high.”

Bread Lab, a pop-up flour mill, is coming to Bushwick
It will sell freshly baked breads, pizzas, etc., and offer baking classes.

CrossFit is a religion (says The NY Times)
And Greg Glassman is god.

“I am opening a fitness studio and getting unhealthier every day”
A soon-to-be barre3 studio owner opens up in this xoJane piece.

Brooklyn: We Row Hard
A New Yorker just finished a 21-month long row across the Atlantic Ocean to raise awareness for AIDS.

You have to see these gorgeous images in the 2016 Pirelli Calendar
Nude supermodels have been 86’d for nude Amy Schumer.

And lastly: Glitter pits.

Compiled and written by Sarah Sarway

What are some of our top stories today? Tracy Anderson’s being sued, why Moby’s new restaurant is a big deal, and this super buzzy piece on what doctors really want you to know about your hormones (and ovarian cysts)

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