Got a friend or family member who’s all about health and fitness? As self-declared health nuts, we put together a list of gifts that are dietitian approved and we would love to see under our tree!
Bonus: We’ve provided easy links to order everything listed so you don’t ever have to set foot in a mall.
For the gardener/foodie:
Back to the Roots Mini Mushroom Farm
You don’t need a lot of space to start growing your own mushrooms. They also have cool varieties like pink oyster mushrooms and shiitakes.
Planter’s Choice Herb Garden Kit
Everything you need to start growing 4 different herbs indoors, herb grinder included.
An indoor option for the foodie who also loves technology. No dirt necessary.
For the one who has everything:
We all have someone in the family who insists they don’t need or want any more tangible gifts. DNA & genetic testing kits like 23 & Me can give you a glimpse into your past and your future, with information about where you come from as well as genetic health risks you should be aware of.
Good Days Start With Gratitude: A 52 Week Guide To Cultivate An Attitude Of Gratitude: Gratitude Journal
For your friend who’s always in the kitchen:
Odds are they already have one, but if they don’t yet, you’ve hit the gift jackpot. Take recipes like beef stew that would normally take 5-7 hours in a crockpot and get them done in 30 minutes. Seriously!
A hand held blender perfect for soups, smoothies, sauces, and baby food. Also works as a milk frother, fluffs eggs into meringue, and has a chopper for nuts and hard cheeses.
Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck
For someone who needs to relax:
Affordable epsom salts infused with eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils.
Four Sigmatic Reishi Mushroom Elixir
Enjoy the calming effects of reishi in a convenient quick-stir packet. Reishi has been shown to activate the body’s sleep cycle as well as decrease occasional stress.
Body Back Buddy Trigger Point Therapy Self Massage Tool
Lower back, neck, and shoulder deep tissue massage and myofascial release tool. I use this several times a week for releasing shoulder tension and pain.
The Cadillac of foam rollers with a 3-speed vibrating function.
For the desk jockey:
We’ve all heard about how terrible the constant blue light emitted by our screens are for our eyes and our sleep. Help a sister (or brother) out with these trendy blue light blockers. Also great for gamers.
Hands down the most durable shoes I’ve ever owned. Perfect for crossfit-style workouts.
The perfect duffel with compartments for everything from extra shoes to a hair straightener to your laptop. An interior wet/dry pocket and removable laundry bag keeps your gross sweaty stuff separate from your clean clothes.
Cute and functional, perfect to wear to and from the gym.
If you really, really love them.
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