We are always looking for the latest news in health and wellness. Today we talk about broccoli brew taking over the new alt-coffee scene, the rise of cactus water in beauty, using video to boost your business, why Cannabis is a trend here to stay and much more.


Matcha, beware: Broccoli brew is the newest type of green alt-latte to hit the coffee scene

An Australia-based coffee shop decided to add broccoli powder to its espresso drinks to make caffeine jolts double as a single serving of vegetables. The healthy and functional beverage might just supersede matcha in the running for hottest green latte.

Cactus Water Is Having A Major Moment In The Beauty World Right Now

When you think of cacti, chances are ‘skincare’ isn’t what comes to mind. In fact, the words ‘prickly’ and ‘desert’ are more likely to pop into your head-things that aren’t exactly synonymous with great skin. But it seems that may be about to change, as the succulent plant has recently made its way into the skincare world.

Cannabis has officially arrived in the realm of luxury wellness

Culver City, CA Cannabis has been steadily marching into the realm of high-end wellness culture. On Saturday, Gwyneth Paltrow placed it squarely there. Paltrow’s lifestyle brand, Goop, has grown into a wellness juggernaut, touting advice and accessories for alternative healing with its newsletters, e-commerce website, and events-and its seal of approval can catapult a wellness trend into widespread consciousness.

Why Your Fitness Business Needs Video On Social Media

For fitness professionals, standing out in an inherently competitive and constantly growing market is no easy feat. With the rapid growth of the industry, gyms, boutiques and personal trainers are all flocking to social media to promote their businesses. In 2018, a solid video-marketing strategy is vital to growing your business — doubly so for fitness professionals.

Food waste is going to take over the fashion industry

Around the world, people eat around 100 billion bananas every year. That creates around 270 million tons of waste-from peels to stalks-which are often burned or left to rot. Crop burning pollutes the air, and rotting releases methane into the atmosphere and contributes to global warming.