Fitt Insider: The State of Supplements

Around the start of the pandemic, we covered the surge in demand for supplements. Two years in, and on track to top $505B by 2028, the category shows no signs of slowing down.

Fitt Insider: Next-Gen Health Wearables

Targeting the trillion-dollar healthcare market, the wrist wars are heating up. But step trackers and smartwatches were just the beginning. From smart clothing to contact lenses and skin patches, the next generation of health wearables is taking shape.

Bellabeat’s Ivy bracelet tries to do it all — but it can only do some

Wellness startup Bellabeat, which has primarily marketed its wearable health trackers to women, recently introduced Ivy, a stylish, comfortable health tracker with a long-lasting battery life, poised as a prettier version of a Fitbit. But the accompanying subscription “Coach” software supporting the new bracelet feels like it’s still in beta, which is concerning for a product aiming to offer health guidance to real-world users.

Amazon Care

Healthcare made easy. Skip the waiting room and start a virtual primary or urgent care visit from the comfort of your home.

Fitness Insider: Fitness x Healthcare

Last week, CrossFit unveiled its plan to disrupt healthcare. The healthcare system is broken, CrossFit CEO Eric Roza said. And his company is the “logical party” to fix it.

Issue No. 151: Weight of the World

A complicated and sensitive subject, diet, genetics, lack of exercise, and social environment all play a role. But now, a growing number of digital health startups and biotech companies have emerged, promising to help prevent or treat weight gain.

Fitt Insider: The Business of Glucose Monitoring

Diabetes tech is trending. A product of poor nutrition and sedentary habits, Americans face a metabolic health crisis. Offering a potential solution, a growing number of startups have gone all-in on continuous glucose monitors (CGMs).

Struggling To Stay Mindful? This Is The App To Try Now

After a long, exhausting year, studies show we’re more stressed than we’ve ever been, and since many of us aren’t taking a real break, it’s high time we turned to some small, day-to-day activities to help us summon calm incrementally, rather than in one big holiday-sized go.

We Could All Use a Health Coach

Health coaches can give patients the tools they need to improve their own care and well-being, but they aren’t widely available.