Healthy Christmas Gifts
If sales of the NutriBullet last year are anything to go by (one was sold every thirty seconds during Christmas 2014) the foodie/health present is a safe bet to put under the tree. Here are five ideas:
- The Cacao Celebration Cracker (MannaSuperfood £12): Looks like a Christmas cracker but contains a travel pot of coconut oil, manuka honey, cacao powder and cacao butter. Genius.
Stainless Steel Ice Lolly Mold (TickleTrunk, £30): You can now make coconut milk ice cream for the kids without worrying about BPA leaching into their treats. This picture is accompanied with a page from Natasha Corrett’s new alkaline cookbook Cleanse (Hodder & Stoughton £20)
La Vie Boheme – Parisian Lace Lyon Yoga Mat (The Sports Edit, £80): If ever there was a motivation to get yourself to yoga class in the middle of winter, this is it. Too good to just roll out at home.
Beech Slab Click Clock (Wolf and Badger, £49.95): Wake up to this wooden alarm clock instead of your mobile. To save energy, the digits light up when you click your fingers or clap your hands (at night time, there is no green light in your face).
Kale & Coffee (Hay House, £16): Written by US health blogger Kevin Gianni this is readable, relatable and so well researched. If you’ve ever wondered about farmed fish, the ultimate supplement for stress or whether going totally vegan is a good idea, I highly recommend this book
Laura Bond is a journalist, author and Nutritional Therapist. She specialises in helping clients beat stress, reduce their toxic load and prepare their bodies for babies. To find out more, click here.