I’ve put together a list of items you can gift to a loved one (including yourself). Many of these are small women-owned businesses with great quality products or just products my clients love.
For the one who love to cook ….
Mac chefs knife. Every kitchen needs a good chefs knife, it’s worth the investment.
Virtual or in-person pasta making class. Italy comes to you! My dear friend Cameo and owner of Allora Pasta Co. started this company after training to make pasta in Italy. These classes are so much fun and you’ll never want to eat box pasta again!
Cookbook, Just Eat Real Food. Founder of the wildly popular blog and Instagram account Star Infinite Food, Caitlin Greene is one of the leaders in modern health-conscious cooking centered on intuitive eating and food freedom and a dear friend of mine.
Nutrition Rewired Sleep CBD oil. This is my most popular product as of this year and I am so happy to hear how many people it has helped. The reviews are starting to speak for themselves. For 30% off use the code REWIRED30 at checkout.
Manta sleep mask. I’ve been using this one for over a year now. I love that it doesn’t put pressure on my eyes or eyelids and it’s washer machine friendly!
Epsom salt baths. A meta-analysis published in August 2019 in Sleep Medicine Reviews found that a warm bath or shower before bed helped participants fall asleep faster and improved self-reported sleep quality. The magnesium from the epsom salt has also been shown to help with relaxation and stress.
For the one who is interested in “biohacking”, detoxification, and optimizing longevity…
Broccoli sprout growing kit. Broccoli sprouts release a phytochemical called sulforaphane which can help heal the gut, reduce inflammation, and could even help fight cancer by enhancing antioxidant activities.
Moringa powder is a much easier way to get sulforaphane, no kit required. The link automatically applies 20% off your order.
Biolight red light therapy lampNUTRITIONREWIRED10 for 10% off. This has helped me so much with skin, hormone balance, seasonal effective disorder, and a few running related injuries.
Inside Tracker Blood Test. This test is unique in that it looks at biomarkers that you typically can’t get at a traditional doctors visit such as apoliporprotein B which is a marker for cardiovascular disease risk, crp which measures inflammation in the body, and so much more.
Newman Trampoline. This is a great low impact way to get your heart rate up but also stimulate the lymphatic system. It takes some effort to set up, but it’s well worth it.
Lymphatic brush. Dry brushing is another way to support lymphatic drainage and circulation and is easy to include into your self care routine.
For the one who struggles with digestion or hormone balance…..
Digestive enzymes . This broad spectrum digestive enzyme support digestion and utilization of different foods to help prevent bloating and gas. These are especially great for eating away from home!
Seed cycling Kit. My friend Kate, a registered dietitian, started this company to help women support healthy hormones naturally with the power of nutrients. ERIN15 for 15% off
Tend care package for cancer patients. If you know someone who is receiving active cancer treatment in Massachusetts, this would be a great treat for self care which also includes a recorded webinar by me about nutrition, mental health, and the gut microbiome, in addition to a pasta class from Allora Pasta Co.
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I only engage in business with companies and brands whose products align with my philosophy, as well as personal and ethical standards. I strongly believe in honesty of relationship, personal integrity, and trust with readers. I don’t recommend products, whether given to me as gifts or that I’ve purchased, if they’re not something that I would personally purchase and use myself.