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Searching for that go-to weekend brunch or lunch spot that won’t completely ruin your weekday workouts? Don’t sweat it! Grab your friends and get ready to chow down on all things healthy at a few of our favorite cafés around the city.
Multiple locations across the city
From Beacon Hill to Harvard Square, this elegant and oh-so-tasty landmark bakery and cafe has 12 uniquely elegant restaurants throughout the greater-Boston area. A favorite weekend haunt, Tatte is the place for a deliciously delectable brunch that offers a variety of savory and sweet plates to please any crowd. Plus, they have an awesome gluten-friendly menu (their flourless sweets are to die for!).
What to order: Veggie Croque Madame, Multigrain Avo Smash Tartine or Chicken & Sweet Potato Salad with a Cardamom House Latte
Books and brunch? Yes, please. This quirky and quaint Newbury Street staple is unassuming and worth waking up early or rolling in midday for a can’t-miss healthy dining experience. With everything from a Build Your Own Omelet to Smoked Salmon Scramble and Kale Quinoa, Trident’s menu has all the basics and then some. Check out their espresso with CBD oil and loose tea selection; it’s so good.
What to order: Cranberry Maple Quinoa, Breakfast Pizza, Butternut Squash Tacos, or Popeye Bowl with a Grapefruit Sunrise Smoothie
Multiple locations across the city
Grain bowls and breakfast cookies—you can’t go wrong at this Boston staple morning, noon or night. With eight locations that include the South End, Back Bay Station and Harvard Square, Flour’s menu spans everything from sweet treats to gluten-free specialty items and hearty snacks. Switching it up on a seasonal menu, their minimal selection of sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls shows that they know what they're doing and man do their healthy options make all of our vegetable and protein dreams come true!
What to order: Arugula + Farro Salad, Grilled Cauliflower Melt, or Roasted Chicken Sandwich with a Granola Bar Cookie.
Approximately 12,000 women aged 40 or younger are diagnosed with breast cancer every year*. Fortunately, there are preventative steps that we can take to help protect ourselves and each other—one of the best ones being exercise. That’s right. Not only does exercise help us release endorphins, but just 30 minutes of exercise three to four times per week can help decrease a person’s risk of developing breast cancer by 30–50%*.
This is hope in a statistic. Just by adopting a more healthy, active lifestyle, we could prevent the risk of developing breast cancer, while also inspiring others to reduce their risk as well. Keep A Breast Foundation has made doing just this their mission through their annual fundraising campaign, Fit 4 Prevention.
Every October, studios from all over the globe participate by raising money through donation-based workout classes for the Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB). They have created a national movement dedicated to educating others about breast cancer prevention through fitness and wellness—something Mindbody is extremely passionate about. Participating in your favorite activities, all while supporting, preventing, and spreading awareness about breast cancer awareness? Let’s get moving.
If you want to take a donation-based class at your favorite studio, encourage your favorite studios to sign up to bring your community closer together in a meaningful way. Registering is quick and easy. If you think your local studio may be interested in participating, have them check out KAB’s help page—where they can learn how to register for a donation-based class during the month of October. KAB even has a social media kit available to fitness studios to help them promote their donation-based classes.
Can’t find a local studio to take a donation-based class near you? Don’t worry, you can still give your support by donating directly to KAB’s website. Luckily, any time that you are moving your body and spreading the word—you’re doing your part in spreading awareness on how to help prevent breast cancer. That is beyond amazing.
This October, we hope you’ll join us in our plight to support the KAB Foundation and its mission to help prevent breast cancer through cultivating a healthier, more active lifestyle. Through movement, health, and wellness—we can reach great heights, together.
To learn more about the KAB Foundation and its mission and how you can get involved further, visit their website.
* National Cancer Institute