The Week’s Top Stories: October 31–November 6

(Photo: We Heart It)
(Photo: We Heart It)
(Photo: We Heart It)

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


Meet Breakfast Criminals’ founder and score her smoothie bowl secrets
Instagram star Ksenia Avdulova shares three awesome breakfast recipes—and why you should start your day with a nourishing meal—in a heart-shaped bowl.

The online market that’s like a Costco for organic and natural products
Thrive Market lets you do your healthy shopping in one place—for less money—and without leaving your pad.

When vegans date meat-eaters
Dietary differences can turn soul mates into star-crossed lovers. Which is why the authors of The Lusty Vegan are dishing out dating advice—and recipes.


Why New Yorkers will be sipping bone broth (in coffee cups) this winter
Hearth chef Marco Canora just opened the city’s first take-out window devoted to broth—and he thinks you’ll like both the health benefits and the taste.

A new line of mouth-watering (Paleo) baked goods
EKG Catering is selling its better-for-you brownies, cookies, donuts, and muffins at the West Village’s Press Tea.

Kira Stokes teams up with BFX
The celeb trainer finally has a homebase in New York City—where you don’t have to be a member to get a serving of her butt-kicking workouts.


Los Angeles is a hotbed for printed leggings
Wild, printed leggings are on fire—just ask the Los Angeles designers at the center of the trend. See their latest styles.

My Five Beauty Obsessions: Sarah Gibson Tuttle
The owner of LA’s hot natural nail salon, Olive & June, dishes on how to make your manicure last—and stay moisturized all day long.

Cyclepathic, the new fitness studio for all athletes
Los Angeles’ new boutique fitness studio, with spinning, HIIT, and more, is the first aimed at bridging the gap between able-bodied and adaptive athletes.

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