New season wellness picks
Boost fitness goals, look after mental wellbeing and re-discover your mojo with a new season of wellness trends and products.
If working from home has got you into an eating rut, break bad habits with a healthy meal plan. Kurami mealpaths are proof that 'Calorie Controlled' doesn't mean restrictive or dull. Crafted by a team of nutritionists and chefs, the daily changing menu of breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and drinks averages 1300 calories per day and leaves you feeling satisfied. Tuck into dishes such as ancient grain porridge, trout with greens, rainbow falafel and nutty noodle salad. Items arrive packed in a chic black box, clearly labelled, with a menu detailing cooking instructions (nothing more complicated than 'microwave for 2 minutes).
Delve into the strange, sensationalist world of extreme wellness trends in new Netflix documentary [Un]Well. From ayahuasca ceremonies and fasting diets to tantric sex and aromatherapy, the six-part series hones in on the most controversial fads to scrutinise what actually works.
Available to stream on Netflix UK from 12 August
LA activewear favourite SPLITS59 has teamed up with Net-A-Porter for an exclusive capsule collection to boost summer spirits. The playful pastel tie-dies and ombres make a welcome change from that pair of black leggings you've been living in since lockdown.
Did you know running shoes should be replaced ever 300-500 miles to ensure optimal support. If you've racked up big distances, invest in your gait and upgrade your running shoes. Nike's React Miler shoe has extra foam cushioning to make you feel light on your feet and bouncy for each run.
Get the gooey, fudgey richness of chocolate brownies without any egg or butter with this new vegan baking kit. It's quick, easy and the most convincing plant-based bake we've found in a box.
We started noticing rollerskating becoming a trend back in lockdown, and the buzz has only grown since then - mostly thanks to Berlin-based skater Oumi Janta. Since a joyous video of her dancing on skates went viral across our social feeds, we've been itching to get our skates on. Play Tone host fun outdoor skate classes for beginners and beyond, for just £5.
Sure, alcohol is never going to be healthy, but the growing trend for hard seltzer offers a 'cleaner' option than the standard rosé or cocktails. The combination of carbonated water, alcohol and natural flavouring is fermented with sugar instead of malted barley, making it low in carbohydrates, less sugary than most beverages and typically under 100 calories per can. While the average beer has over 10g of carbs, a hard seltzer typically has around 2-3g. And with an alcohol percentage of around 5% (compared to wine and prosecco at around 12%), it is better suited for all-day drinking and reduced hangovers.
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