Gift Ideas for the Health Conscious Friend
Who isn’t health conscious these days? It can be overwhelming to think about eating healthy when the holidays are upon us. Perhaps you know someone who sticks to their diet even when the temptations of pumpkin pie and Christmas cookies are lurking at every corner. Whether your loved ones have a strong resolve to hold fast to their healthy lifestyle or have some post-holiday resolutions, here are some gift ideas.
Your friend can control the ingredients that are in their food when they make their own yogurt with this Euro Cuisine Yogurt Maker They can make up to seven different flavors at once!
This cookbook, Ani’s Raw Food Desserts, is chockfull of delectable recipes that also happen to be vegan, wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and free of processed sugar.
This Compact Portable Blending/Chopping System by Cuisinart is really handy. With this blender, your friend can mix a smoothie in the portable “to go” cup, which definitely makes it easier to be healthy on the run.
Does your loved one like frozen treats? They can say goodbye to the chemical- and sugar-laden pops from the store by making their own popsicles with Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds.
Give the gift of some highly nutritious, super food snacks, such as these organic cacao goji snacks or perhaps some pumpkin super chips. Another tasty treat is a Lärabar; we recommend the chocolate chip cookie dough flavor. These snacks would also make great stocking stuffers!
For the person in your life who you really love and want to give a nice gift, give them the Excalibur Food Dehydrator. They will be able to make all kinds of healthy snacks without the added fat or preservatives found in commercial snacks.
A high-speed blender such as the Blendtec is a must-have kitchen appliance. It can make just about anything: perfectly smooth soups, smoothies, desserts, and even nut butters!
This documentary, Food Matters, begins with a quote from Hippocrates: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food.” It’s eye-opening and encourages the viewer to take their health into their own hands.
This book by Dr. Furhman, Eat to Live, is really life-changing. It’s a great read for anyone who wants to live a healthier life.
Consider giving a subscription to a magazine, such as Vegetarian Times, as a Christmas gift. It is a gift that keeps on giving throughout the year.
Give a DIY Kombucha Kit so your friend can begin brewing their own probiotic drinks.
Know someone who wants to make their own sodas without the artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives? Give them a SodaStream Starter Kit so they can make soda at home.