Having made great strides in the last few years, the wellness movement is only growing stronger with the current medical crisis. It’s touching on every aspect of our lives as new products, services and informative content come to the forefront. Here’s a quick guide to make your summer happier and healthier.
Located in the stunning Sacred Space wellness compound in Wynwood, Plant Miami pioneered tasty vegan cuisine here. Not only are its colorful, flavorful dishes packed with superfoods and other organic ingredients, but all are gluten-free and kosher. Splurge on plant-based burgers, tacos and “cheese” boards sans guilt. Dining is limited to takeout and delivery for now.
Scripps Research introduced The Front Row, an interactive, virtual lecture series where its scientists share their latest discoveries and field questions from viewers. The topic of pain therapy kicks off monthly discussions on August 12. Learn about several medical advancements including cardiovascular disease through year’s end.
Sakara, a nationwide vegan meal-plan service, added plant-based supplements. Its founders recognized a white space for filler-free vitamins. Daily pill packs called The Foundation offer two superfood multivitamins, plus one each for omegas, probiotics, vitamin B complex and a calcium magnesium combo.
Nano Air Masks
It seems like everyone is manufacturing masks these days, but all aren’t equally effective. Nano Air disposable masks are made in the U.S. with nanofiber, which filters 95 percent+ airborne particles. Their light, breathable design works well in hot climates and doesn’t fog glasses. Adult and children sizes come in packs of 10.
The pandemic has inspired many of us to declutter and think about our precious Mother Earth moving forward. Sora’s hybrid beach towel and yoga mat made with recycled water bottles addresses both issues. Its compact design features a quick-dry, sand-repellent fabric in several chic prints.