• Meet Our Community Partner: Harlem Cycle

    We’re highlighting one of our brand partners, Harlem Cycle, Harlem’s first and only indoor cycling studio. We spoke with the founder Tammeca Rochester on how important it was for her to see herself represented in indoor cycling, her advice to a first-time cyclist, and how Harlem Cycle supports other small businesses.

  • Meet Our Community Partner: Habilitat

    Meet our community partner, Habilitat. Habilitat is a long term addiction treatment center based in Kaneohe, Hawaii. Established in 1971, the center provides treatment for substance abuse and other antisocial behaviors in the form of continued education, vocational training, seminars and fitness programs.
  • 5 Simple and Realistic Ways to Be More Active in Your Busy, Everyday Life

    Looking for easy ways to add more activity to your everyday life? Our latest blog shares 5 realistic tips for fitting in extra movement, from walking during phone calls to taking a brain break with a dance session. Incorporate these ideas into your daily routine and start feeling your best. Check out our blog for all the details.
  • Meet Our Community Partner: Read It & Leave It

    Get to know our community partner, Read It & Leave It. This non-profit champions childhood literacy and culturally conscious literature by helping parents build their child’s home libraries and hosting literacy community events.
  • Back to our roots - foods from childhood that bring joy

    Do you remember the delicious cultural foods from your childhood that always brought you joy? I know I do! Growing up, my parents ran an ice cream parlor in Trinidad and we always had the most amazing coconut ice cream. When we moved to Georgia, it was a bit of a culture shock for us. We would have curry for dinner and my mom would pack it for our school lunches. Let me tell you, my classmates were definitely surprised when they saw me eating cold curry and rice! But as we got older and wanted to fit in, we started to distance ourselves from these foods and opted for what everyone else was eating.

    It wasn't until I was older and dealing with chronic illness that I realized the profound impact these cultural foods had on my physical and emotional well-being. And it turns out, there's actually a strong link between healthy food choices and happiness, according to a journal article in the Journal of Positive Psychology. So, I'm excited to share some of my favorite cultural foods with you, like dates, coconut, mango, and curry, and how they can support your overall health and well-being. I hope you enjoy this little trip down memory lane as much as I do!

  • Managing OHSS with PCOS

    Did you know that women with PCOS are up to 8 times more likely to experience OHSS with IVF than the average? OHSS affects 3% to 6% of women who go...
  • Soothing Snacks: Cherries, Walnuts, and Maca for Better Sleep

    Are you having trouble getting a good night's rest? If so, you may want to consider adding some sleep-promoting foods to your diet. Cherries, walnuts, and maca are all tasty options that have been shown to have potential benefits for sleep.
  • 3 breakfasts ideas with cortisol-reducing foods

    Let's face it, mornings are stressful, but what we eat doesn't have to be. Here are three of our favorite quick breakfasts all made with ingredient...
  • Feel Better, Do Better: Gwell's Small Business Saturday Guide to Wellness and Equity

    Check out our shopping list of several great brands Gwell supports for Small Business Saturday! 

  • Peach and Pomegranate Cookie Crumble Pistachio Gelato with Roasted Peaches

    You may have missed our giveaway with Nubocha, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a fun twist on a summer favorite. We paired our Peach and Pomegranate Tea Cookies with Nubocha pistachio dairy free gelato and roasted, organic California peaches.
  • Cardio Glamping with Harlem Cycle

    Gwell had the privilege of being one of the sponsors of Harlem Cycle’s Cardio Glamping Wellness Retreat held on Governors Island from May 13-15.

    This month we teamed up with Trade Street Jams and Vicky Cakes to bring you the ultimate way to eat good and support black-owned businesses. The Black-Owned Breakfast Box includes the TSJ’s Blueberry Lemon Basil Jam paired with Vicky Cakes Blueberry Pancake & Waffle Mix and Gwell Chocolate Maca Granola Clusters. Plus the TSJ wooden jam spoon.