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Best Health and Wellness Brands By Hollywood Stars and Celebrities

Best Health and Wellness Brands By Hollywood Stars and Celebrities

To make it big in Hollywood, you undoubtedly have to be in the best shape of your life. It doesn’t matter if you’re gracing the runway on the regular, creating box-office hits, or competing against the top ranking athletes of the world – you have to be in superhumanly good shape. Celebrities are incredibly good at knowing what’s truly healthy and right, and what isn’t. This is why when they endorse a brand; we’re bound to listen with rapt attention.

In this article, we’re taking a look at some celebrities who have turned their knowledge about health and wellness, into brands that promise to help you live better.

22 Days Nutrition by Marco Borges and Beyonce

Beyonce and husband Jay-Z experimented with veganism for three weeks with start trainer Marco Borges. Borges is also the founder of ’22 Days Nutrition,’ which encourages people to eat more mindfully and choose a diet that helps them stay healthy from the inside out.

Thanks to how rejuvenated this diet made her feel, ‘Queen Bey’ is now a vehement advocate for this diet plan. In fact, she has even partnered up with the celebrity trainer to start a home delivery service for this vegan food. Although Beyonce discontinued the strict diet after the 22-day period, she continues to be inspired by this program to eat mindfully.

Urban Remedy by Neka Pasquale and Cindy Crawford

Neka Pasquale is a specialist in Chinese medicine and also the creator of Urban Remedy. In 2012. Supermodel Cindy Crawford was introduced to Urban Remedy, and she was blown away by the product as well as Pasquale’s commitment to health and wellness. Consequently, Crawford signed on to become a partner and brand ambassador for Urban Remedy. She helped formulate a three-day cleansing program which includes a healthy yet delicious mix of cold-brew coffee, pad-thai, and some yummy organic-certified snacks.

Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr

Kora Organics is a cruelty-free skincare brand designed and owned by the famous Victoria’s Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr. Kerr studied health psychology and nutrition, and that’s where her love for wellness and natural living developed. As a professional in the fashion and beauty industry, she was exposed to a wide range of skincare products but nothing appealed to her 100%. This is why she set out to create a chemical-free, sustainable and organic skincare product range. Made from ingredients such as watermelon and potatoes, these products have gained a loyal fan-base in a short time.

WelleCo by Elle MacPherson

Elle MacPherson takes green powders to another level with her brand called WelleCo. The supermodel who is also known for her expert wellness tips and her incredible figure has devoted herself to perfecting WelleCo Super Elixir. This alkalizing green juice has been perfected with over ten years of hard work and research backing it. The green powder includes over 45 ingredients including super greens, a particular type of mushroom, and some effective Chinese herbs. WelleCo’s Nourishing Protein shake is also a hit among users.

Yoga Burn by Zoe Bray-Cotton

The online, follow-along Yoga Burn Program is designed by Zoe Bray-Cotton. This well-known celebrity instructor has been teaching Yoga for over a decade in some of the country’s most famous, renowned, respected, and star-studded gyms and studios. The Yoga Burn Program is developed from Zoey’s expertise in dealing with a variety of speciality clients. Yoga Burn is customized for women looking to lose weight and keep it off. It focuses on teaching poses that increase the overall metabolism, helping burn fat while simultaneously toning the whole body. You can read more about it at Big Blue Test.

Calia by Carrie Underwood

It may seem like Carrie Underwood; the quintessential country girl would be more of a ‘meat-potatoes-biscuits-gravy’ kinda person. However, the songstress follows a vegan diet strictly and to ensure that her body is in top shape; she follows a gruelling weight training routine. Maintaining this optimal health even during her bust tour schedules motivated Underwood to come up with Calia Studio. This activewear line includes everything from moto leggings to neoprene blazers as well as blanket scarves, the perfect workout warm-ups.

Do we preach peace and practice war?

In a world where everyone thinks that we preach peace but practice war, I somehow stand against this idea. Hard to believe? Yes, I agree, given the high levels of reported local and national inter-ethnic and intercultural violence and high levels of military preparedness for inter-state violence on every continent, , not only is the present portrayed as violent but the historical record is written as the story of conquest and war from earliest times. I strongly feel that the fact that most human activities revolve around raising and feeding families and organising the work of production and of meeting human needs, interspersed with times of feasting and celebration of human creativity in poetry, song, dance and art, does not show through in our media depictions. As a matter of fact, pervasive images of human aggression sap our confidence in the human capacity to create a peaceful international order as we move toward the twenty-first century. Let SNURL website show you the reality of what we as human beings have become.

Well, I won’t deny that humans are conflict-prone but in reality, the social ubiquity of conflict stems from the basic fact of human individuality and difference in the context of limited physical and social resources.

Now can we overcome that?

 

Aren’t we all different individuals with different thoughts and lifestyles? Conflict itself should not be confused with violence, which is taken here to mean the intentional harming of others for one’s own ends. The differences in wants, needs, perceptions and aspirations among individuals and among groups, stemming from individual uniqueness, require a constant process of conflict management in daily life at every level from the intrapersonal (each of us has many selves), the family and the community, to the international community. Do you know What keeps this unceasing process of conflict management largely peaceful?

Any guesses?

Well, the equally ubiquitous need of humans for one another, for social bonding and nurturing, without which no society could function becomes imperative in doing so.

This universal need for bonding can be thought of as the key to the survival of the human species. It is what draws humans toward negotiating with one another in the face of conflicting interests, needs, perceptions, whether in settings of family, neighbourhood, workplace or public institutions. And I think we all agree with that.

To put my point even more strongly I’d like to state that the historical fact of war and social violence tells us, however, that negotiation is not the only response to conflict.

Some societies tend toward the aggressive end of the continuum in their behaviours, others toward the integrative, with many societies falling somewhere in the middle. The historical reasons why different groups pattern their responses to conflict differently explains the difference in individuals. , but it is useful to remember that former warrior societies have been known to change and adopt more peaceful ways. It is also true that warrior societies of the past have all had images of living in peace. Now isn’t that something to ponder upon?

Ah, let’s talk about religion. Well, it was unmissable, wasn’t it?

The historical record on war/fighting, even if it greatly exaggerates the actual human experience of violence in everyday life, nevertheless makes clear that there are strong cultural values associated with physical dominance and conquest in both tribal and imperial societies. One of the strongest sources for the cultural legitimisation of war lies in the teachings of each of the major religions.

Yet for each of these same religions, there are strong teachings about dealing with differences through patience, forgiveness, reconciliation and love.

Now who comes up with that?

Aren’t we ourselves responsible for that one good thing?

Do you really think that on a deeper level we preach peace but practice war?

Well, I, for a fact, believe that we are all running after peace and in this fast life keep dodging whatever obstacles the possibilities of war throw at us.