The wellness world is booming and celebrities won’t be left behind.
The wellness world is at its peak, just scroll on Instagram and you will see everything from new wellness products and yoga studios to health retreats launching on the daily. The notion of wellness includes a wide array of different aspects with everything from eating healthily and practicing yoga to meditation and exercising.
It’s official: the wellness revolution is here to stay, and there are some famous celebrities that are leading it. Keep on reading to find out who are the 5 most influential celebrities that are leading the wellness revolution.
The “Hotline Bling” singer is committed not only to the gym and mental health but has recently invested in MatchaBar. Matcha is a green tea that has been finely grounded and powdered. Drake’s MatchaBar takes this nutritional powder and turns it into an energy drink to give you an all-natural energy boost for you to try instead of your regular morning coffee. Well done, Drake!
2- Jennifer Aniston
When people think about celebrities’ diets to be fit and healthy, surely they think these diets are not for everyone, but that’s not the case with Jennifer Aniston. Aniston’s diet is surprisingly accessible and involves the kind of habits that anyone could adopt. Following a wholesome diet, she keeps her sugar low and cuts out processed food, and drinks plenty of water for her glowing skin.
The ex-One Direction singer has recently opened up to talk about mental health and how men aren’t encouraged to talk about that and, more importantly, take care of it. Many celebrities including Ricky Gervais, Matthew Lewis, and Harley Bonner are taking part in a worldwide campaign to give men the confidence to talk about their mental wellness.
Kate Hudson is incredibly passionate when it comes to inspiring others to lead happy and healthy lifestyles. In 2013 she started her own line of athletic wear called Fabletics.
5- Russell Brand
The stand-up comedian, actor, and now author of ‘Recovery: Freedom from Our Addictions’, is keen to help others through their addiction struggles, as he himself went through that, by sharing his story and promoting the David Lynch Foundation which provides transcendental meditation classes to people in at-risk communities.