Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness
chocolate gluten-free tart from Chambelland Bakery in Paris

Discover Gluten-free Pastry in Paris Bakeries

The French excel in the art of eating and revel with every delicious mouthful of food. The idea of not eating certain things, especially something as delectable as a French pastry, is almost unfathomable to most French people. However, with the ever-growing number of people becoming gluten-free, Paris had a choice to make… and so did I.
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Acupuncturist in Paris: 11 Answers to What Ails INSPIRELLE Readers

Seeking alternative ways to help with pain and discomfort? Acupuncturist in Paris Hayley Enright answers our readers’ questions on how this well-respected ancient treatment using needles can improve your wellbeing.
Diverse Women

Celebrate Body Diversity: Don’t Let Your Shape Weigh You Down!

A nutritionist in Paris says it's time to stop body shaming and celebrate body diversity by learning to love your shape.
health apps

5 Great Health and Fitness Apps

Here are five great mobile apps designed to help encourage you to lead a healthy and active life.
breaking bad habits

Breaking Bad Habits to Do it Better in Paris

A yoga instructor shares her mindful tips for breaking bad habits and finding good ones no matter where in the world you are.
books

Books to Keep You Company and Transport You Far Away

An avid reader describes how books can help you navigate challenging moments in life, providing comfort, connection and escape when we need it most.
can't run

Marathon Woman: What To Do When You Really Can’t Run

Laura Moore loves running marathons and has racked up 23 races and medals since she started running. Here's what she did to stay in the spirit of a 10K race when bronchitis prevented her from running ...
french school lunches

Why French School Lunches Outshine Other Cafeteria Meals

Meet the expat mom who decided to visit French public school cafeterias to understand why kids in France like eating healthier and greener.
Woman stretching in park. © Alexis Duclos

From Breathless to a Paris Marathon Runner

Let’s be clear. I am not a runner... I grew up in a swimming pool, and therefore my body was conditioned from a very young age to believe that exercise only took place in zero gravity environments.
dry January

My Dry January: Why Alcohol Abstention Rocks

Chloe Martin explains why she takes part in a Dry January detox every year, benefiting her own health and raising money for cancer research.