1. Back to School: Healthy Food Delivered to Your Door

    After a summer filled with BBQs and rosé, fall is a great time to get back in the swing of things and treat your body to some healthy eats. Today it’s easier than ever to get fresh, seasonal food delivered straight to your door thanks to a new crop of meal delivery services. The below are all focused on making healthy food super convenient and delicious. 


    Sakara offers 100% plant-based and organic options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu changes weekly, but you can find everything from wild mushroom pasta to strawberry maca shortcake. They also carry a tasty selection of snacks, supplements, and teas. 

    Provenance Meals 

    Clean eating is the philosophy over at Provenance Meals. All of the ingredients are sustainably sourced and the meals are all 100% gluten-free, dairy-free, and free from refined sugars. With options like jackfruit carnitas lettuce cups, paleo blueberry muffins, and cacao maca detox shakes, there is something on the menu for everyone.


    Plantable takes prepared meal delivery a step further by offering 24/7 support from your own personal health coach. Choose to have a chef-crafted lunch, dinner or both delivered right to your door. All of the meals are plant-based and the weekly menu includes meals like lentil tacos, artichoke alfredo, and a white bean veggie burger. 


    The meals from Epicured cater to those on low-FODMAP and gluten-free diets. There are over 50 meals to choose from, all developed in partnership with a team of doctors, dietitians, and Michelin-starred chefs. You can find tikka masala, lemon rosemary chicken, turkey chili, and more on the menu at any given time. 

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  2. Style Inspiration: The US Open

    The US Open has always provided a platform for tennis starts to make a fashion statement. Without the long list of rules like we have at Wimbledon, the tournament invites players (and fans) to dress to impress. Here are a few of our favorite looks and some statement-making styles from our collection to inspire your next match.

    1971: Chris Evert and Billie Jean King

    These rivals hit the court in almost matching white lace dresses at the 1971 US Open.

    Get the Look: Diamond Pointelle Tennis Dress

    2004: Maria Sharapova

    This slinky slip dress style was made to be worn by Maria Sharapova.

    Get the Look: Simple Tank

    2018: Serena Williams

    Serena’s tutu looks (she wore two) from Off-White designer Virgil Abloh will live in US Open history.

    Get the Look: Pointelle Team Skort

    1981: Chris Evert 

    Chris Evert’s blue and white look with a chic white bow would look just as trendy today as it did back in 1981.

    Get the Look: Lace Back Tennis Dress

    2017: Naomi Osaka

    This bold Mondrian-inspired look on Naomi Osaka back in 2017 is still a favorite today.

    Get the Look: Zip Front Tank and Retro Lace Skort

    2018: Venus Williams

    We love a little neon, especially on Venus Williams.

    Get the Look: Shoulder Trim Tank

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  3. Workout Fuel: 3 Nutritionist-Approved Smoothies

    What we eat before and after we hit the court is just as important as staying hydrated and taking the time to properly stretch. But what exactly should we be feeding our bodies? We asked nutritionist Amy Shapiro of Real Nutrition to share her favorite workout smoothie recipes. Get your blender ready.

    Green Energy Kick

    1 cup baby spinach

    1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 

    1/2 green apple

    1/2 banana

    1 tsp cinnamon

    1 TBSP chia seeds

    1 TBSP rolled oats

    Directions: Blend all ingredients until smooth. Recommend completing intake 30 minutes before exercising.

    From Amy: “This is a great smoothie to enjoy an hour before your workout as it is loaded with easily digestible carbohydrates to fuel your workout without weighing you down by too much fiber, fat or protein. The chia seeds will help to keep you hydrated during your workout, the oats will maintain energy levels, and the fruits contain important nutrients including electrolytes to keep your muscles firing. The fiber from the whole fruits and veggies will also provide sustained energy for a solid workout.”

    Post-Workout Refuel

    1 cup unsweetened almond milk

    1 cup frozen berries

    1/2 banana

    1 cup greens (we like spinach)

    1 TBSP chia seeds

    1 serving protein powder or two scoops collagen peptides


    Directions: Blend all ingredients until smooth. 

    From Amy: “This low calorie, high fiber, and nutrient rich smoothie will refuel your muscles with protein and electrolytes. When paired with fruit and heart healthy fats, your appetite will be satisfied as well. Refueling within an hour of exercise is important and smoothies are an easy way to meet your needs even when in a rush! Drink up!”

    Tropical Greens

    1 cup coconut water

    1/2 cup frozen spinach

    1 medium frozen banana

    3/4 cup frozen mango

    1 tsp spirulina

    1/4 avocado

    Fresh mint to taste

    Directions: Add all ingredients to a blender, mix until well combined.  

    From Amy: “This smoothie rehydrates, fights free radicals, and will provide refreshing energy post-workout. What tastes better after a long sweaty workout than fresh fruits and veggies? Filled with potassium, this will help you fight off muscle cramps too!”

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