We recap everything earth-shattering that happened in health and wellness this week: July 26–August 2, 2013.
The F.D.A. officially set a standard that food companies must meet in order to label their products gluten-free, which will make avoiding gluten much easier for the growing population of Celiac sufferers.
Flywheel announced a global partnership with Soho House. The cycling studio will build a members-only studio inside the club’s London location and, in the future, private rides and Flybarre classes will be offered to Soho House members in other markets, like New York.
Tara Stiles launched an online video course called “The Complete Guide to Yoga.” The course includes 115 sessions for $99 and was produced in collaboration with MindBodyGreen.
FASHION AND BEAUTY
The Huffington Post published an article in which former employees accused Lululemon of discouraging plus-size customers from shopping in their stores. The company also announced it will open just-for-men stores by 2016.
Beyond Yoga is releasing a new maternity collection for yogi moms called Beyond the Bump this month.
Natural-leaning nail polish brand Deborah Lippman announced a limited-edition Jewel Heist collection for fall. The line introduces shimmer and glitter polishes with a new high-impact reflective finish.
Fitist and FitBump are co-sponsoring “Living a Healthy Life in the Hamptons,” an event on August 11 that features a workout with dance cardio star Mahri Relin and a nutrition talk with RD Stephanie Middleberg.
Slow Food NYC is hosting a Farm to Fork Dinner at the Brooklyn Grange’s Navy Yard rooftop farm on August 15.