We all have a health nut or two in our lives. You can usually find them doing things like parking near the back of a parking lot (for the exercise), packing their lunch instead of eating out, or only eating one cookie at the office party. Whoever it is, you want to get them something that reflects their interest in wellness while helping them be their healthiest self. Make yourself stand out with these healthy gift ideas.
Healthy Gift Ideas
What health nut doesn’t love a new water bottle or tumbler? I’ve been an avid collector of water bottles for years, but this new tumbler was one of my favorite purchases this year. I have the coral and my husband has the grey. We no longer get our glasses confused and I’m pretty sure it’s helped remind him to drink more water.
I love this bag. It’s big enough to pack all of your clothes for a 2 week trip to Europe. I know because I did it. More commonly, I use it as an overnight bag or at last, as a gym bag. Apera bags are marketed as “healthier” bags because of their ventilation system antimicrobial material. (My husband has one of their backpacks which he has used almost daily for a few years.)
I just bought this book it gave me some great ideas for meal prep! It’s perfect for anyone who is just starting out because it has a 6-week plan to help you get started with meal prepping. It starts off with a few meals a week and builds slowly so you don’t get overwhelmed. It includes the grocery list needed and everything (just not the groceries).
I have a couple of essential oil diffusers throughout our home (one is really similar to this one!) and love to use them to make my space smell good and give off a calming aroma.
This electric tea kettle was on my 2017 list of gift ideas for healthy foodies and I’m bringing it back this year because it’s the perfect healthy gift idea (it was also my Christmas gift to myself last year.) I love that it’s both pretty and functional.
This top end spiralizer is one of the most popular and best-known spiralizers on the market. It will let your wellness lover spiralize veggies galore.
I love this cookbook and Lisa Leake’s mission to make real foods simple and understandable for regular families!
My outdoor blanket isn’t quite as pretty as this one (sigh,) but I’m a firm believer that everyone, especially any outdoor lover, should keep one in their car.
My husband and I listened to this book on Audible earlier this year and it could help anyone prioritize, focus, and live their healthiest life. It isn’t about fitness or health, but the principles could easily be applied to making healthy changes in your life.
NutriBullet The NutriBullet has helped my husband and I get in more veggies than any appliance in our kitchen. It’s quick to blend, easy to clean, and makes the best smoothies. I use ours often to make apple cider green smoothies on those days when I need some more veggies.
Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth SpeakerThis Bose speaker allows me to listen to my favorite songs and podcasts while I workout anywhere in the house. I can take it to the park, the pool, or backwoods camping. The sound quality is superb, the battery life is generous, and it’s water-resistant. My 9-month-old loves it so much he’s constantly trying to scale the walls to get to it.
When you live in small two bedroom apartment as I do, space-saving workout gear is a must. This weighted stability ball is easy to deflate and stow away and works well both as a weight bench an extra seat. Stability balls are great for strengthening your core and improving your sitting posture.
Many people don’t think of their visual health, but eye strain can lead to both headaches and long-term vision problems. The Ottlite solves this issue by providing high-quality bright light that mimics natural sunlight and is very easy on the eyes (literally).