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Whether you’re just beginning your holiday shopping or you’re almost done, we’ve pulled together several lists of healthy gifts to help you finish your shopping in record time this year. We even offer exclusive discounts on several items, including Garmin Vivofit, MapMyRun MVP, Misfit Flash, RunKeeper Elite, and Runtastic Libra. 40 Healthy Holiday Gifts for Everyone on Your List. Who needs Santa (sorry!) when you have this list of cool, creative, and, of course, healthy gifts sure to please your family and friends this. Healthy Holiday Gifts for Grownups.

Mail Order: For food lovers of every stripe there’s a cornucopia of clubs that let you give the gift of healthy, exotic noshes for just the holidays, or all. Pact Organic sweaters — beautiful styles in great colors and at a great price. Pact Organic pajamas — these look so soft and comfy, and you could even gift coordinating sets to the whole family!

Pact Organic socks — so many fun patterns! 10Tree Organic Cotton Blanket Scarves. all natural all natural remedies autoimmune disorders bio-hacking biohacking bone broth candles CBD cbd oil Charlottesville clean beauty cocktails community digestive health essential oils gift guide gluten-free gut health healthy lunch healthy summer heart health Holiday holistic skincare Hydration Keto kombucha local products Lyme disease New Year’s Resolutions probiotics Rebecca’s staff recipes self-care shop local summer Summer fun summer health. Host your friends for a healthy holiday meal or make extra portions of your favorite healthy recipe to share with co-workers during lunch. Check out the featured recipes in the Healthier Generation Smart Food Planner for some fun seasonal recipes sure to leave everyone feeling full and satisfied. *Bonus Gift Idea*.

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A beauty basket filled with spa products—bath salts, beads, or bubble bath; an eye gel mask that can be chilled in the refrigerator for eyes that are tired, swollen, and puffy from crying and lack of sleep; moisturizing lotion and body mist; a loofah; a terry cloth headband; a bath pillow; and an aromatherapy candle.

“Happily Even After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood” by Carole Fleet
from Happily Even After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood
by Carole Fleet
Viva Editions, 2012

The only things I require are fruit, vegetables, pasta, wine, olive oil, meat and fish weekly, and annual doses of fresh socks and underwear.

“Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping-Updated and Revised for the Internet, the Global Consumer, and Beyond” by Paco Underhill
from Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping-Updated and Revised for the Internet, the Global Consumer, and Beyond
by Paco Underhill
Simon & Schuster, 2009

Some of those include Comfrey, Self-Heal, Gotu kola, Ginger, Hoja Santa, some Monardas and various Mints.

“Veterinary Herbal Medicine E-Book” by Susan G. Wynn, Barbara Fougere
from Veterinary Herbal Medicine E-Book
by Susan G. Wynn, Barbara Fougere
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2006

Cookbooks on healthy eating are also a great gift idea!

“The Young Girl's Astrological Dating Guide” by Vera Kaikobad
from The Young Girl’s Astrological Dating Guide
by Vera Kaikobad
Dog Ear Publishing, LLC, 2005

Natural beautification products such as moisturizers, facial cleansing scrubs and creams, soaps, shampoos, essential oils, hair oils, and so on, are also appropriate gifts for the occasion.

“Women's Power to Heal: Through Inner Medicine” by Maya Tiwari
from Women’s Power to Heal: Through Inner Medicine
by Maya Tiwari
Mother Om Media, 2007

Normal gifts include fresh fruits and canned cereals.

“Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife” by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
from Encyclopedia of Asian American Folklore and Folklife
by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
ABC-CLIO, 2011

the “Cooking For Healthy Healing Diet Book”.

“Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two” by Linda Page
from Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two
by Linda Page
Traditional Wisdom, 2002

Other types of gifts included those of edible things, grains, books, hospitals etc.

“Indian Society, Institutions and Change” by Rajendra K. Sharma
from Indian Society, Institutions and Change
by Rajendra K. Sharma
Atlantic, 2004

At the holiday season, you can find everything from little snowmen and miniature Christmas tree balls to small angels, miniature ice skates, and little skis.

“Letitia Baldrige's New Manners for New Times: A Complete Guide to Etiquette” by Letitia Baldrige, Denise Cavalieri Fike
from Letitia Baldrige’s New Manners for New Times: A Complete Guide to Etiquette
by Letitia Baldrige, Denise Cavalieri Fike
Scribner, 2009

Instead of the usual bottle ofwine, why not arrive with a healthful food gift?

“Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs” by Neal D. Barnard, Bryanna Clark Grogan
from Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs
by Neal D. Barnard, Bryanna Clark Grogan
Rodale Books, 2008

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • macs may suck 4 you but, in my world their awesome i am a satisfied costumer so far, being a former pc user i don’t get s lot of crap that microsoft has…

  • I know you gonna mention Kondo’s book! Lol. It’s nice to see you keep mention her. I do follow her step of ‘sparks of joy’ by watch your video but I really wish I can read her book or manga someday.:)

  • if they suck so much why the hell do people buy them then??? and dont give me any shitty reasons like “because people are stupid and they dont know what their buying” and just so you know people do know what theyre buying like me i love my mac its way way way better than windows shit vista.

  • Giving someone who eats healthy and loves to cook a recipe book isn’t insulting. Neither is some exercise equipment if they love to workout.

  • Thank you for the gift ideas! I’m going to be working on lists this weekend. I think I’ll be buying several of the knee pillows.

  • I love to give skincare too almost all the girl presents and some of the boys are skin care too =D I do have some makeup bits for the young ones ;D Loved the video <3

  • I teach adults to journal and am absolutely delighted to see journalling included in a down-to-earth, holiday survival guide. The structure you use sounds brilliant for me, also. Overwhelm makes everything worse. Thank you so much, I will be sharing this video and referring back to it.

  • Thank you for this! This whole time the flash-drive-to-phone I thought only existed for android phones. So great to know that iPhones have a version as well!!

  • A few years ago I remember watching a recipe from Laura Vitale and she said “Treat yourself on the holiDAY just that one day, have whatever you want but don’t let it extend to the whole month”

  • These tips are so useful! I also love cooking around this time of year, everything is always so cozy, comforting and warming! Oh… and HEEEY random human scrolling through the comments haha. Just like the wonderful Dani, Im all about inspiring people to better their life through a healthy and natural way of living and eating! If any of this happens to be of interest to you, please know that I value your time and your attention would mean the world to me:) and if not, well have a wonderful day anyways ��

  • Hi Dani, I’m a new subscriber here. Loved your tips for the festive season. I’m wondering if you could do a more detailed video on gratitude diaries as I’m not sure how to start. Thanks Pixie

  • I LOVE that: “Perfection is not the goal. We’re using these as tools as a doorway to stay connected to yourself”
    Really needed that, going into Thanksgiving.

  • Omg this video is genius!! love all the presents ad I like the fact that you taught about the personality of each person. #muchlove

  • Thanks so much for this video. I’ve been waking up early but I’ve been a little lost on what to do besides workout or clean. And random journaling has been a little intimidating. These tips on more focused journaling should help a ton. I’m down 33lbs and I’m a little nervous about the holidays. Your food tips will also be very helpful. #justmakeittoJan1st

  • I love how you said to give yourself permission to feel how you feel because during this time of year we have so much pressure on us to feel the way others think we should feel. I am really going to repeat this in my head these next couple months and I think it is really going to help. Thanks so much for this video, it is really helpful:)

  • #loveyourfamily This year I’m paying special attention to my immediate family (husband and daughters). I tend to focus on other people and events too much. In my journal I’m going to write things I like about them and be more relaxed and loving.

  • My family will all cook during the holidays! We try to have tasty but light lunches and dinners, so we do not feel ill after all those feasts! (We have 3 birthdays on top of the holidays, and extra holidays because #Spain��)
    Also, when we are having the “feast” for ourselves, we will prepare a menu and indulge ourselves in great quality stuff (cheese table, top-quality steak with a good wine, traditional deserts…) But we’ll always start with a light soup or salad, again not to feel sick ��
    It’s basically it! Trying to balance and compensating but not due to calories, but for holiday quality and feeling great and festive instead of groggy and unable to move ��

  • Thank you so much, Dani! Here in India, the (Hindu, I guess) festive season just ended. And it overwhelmed me into binge drinking. Aaah. I wish I’d seen this video a few weeks ago. Will turn to this next year. THANKS AGAIN!

  • This messege came right on time! Thank you for posting this. I REALLY needed to hear this. Recently lost 65lbs and I was becoming a bit anxious about how to “control my eating” during this time of the year. Learning that it’s ok not to be perfect, and surrendering to a few extra things won’t hurt at all. Thanks again��

  • I love these tips. Thank you.

    What I do (and it took a long time to get there) is instead of expecting people to be nice, I just take it like it is. If someone is being rude and obnoxious, then I try really hard to just let it be, instead of correcting them.

    Honestly, I spent many years hating people because of their behaviour and attitude until I realized that it is just the disease that makes them that way and not really their character.

    In my family (and probably a lot of other families too) it was really hard because after family members got diagnosed, it wasn’t communicated about the way the disease makes people behave, it was just only mentioned that the disease is there and that’s it.

    This might seem kind of cliche or awkward or even inappropriate to write on a YouTube comment, but diseases like diabetes, ptsd, autism, begininngs of dementia/Alzheimer’s, hormonal imbalances, even bladder issues, all can make someone’s character seem off and even mentally unstable.

    So instead of getting mad about how I’m treated by people, I just look at it as part if the disease. That is what the disease does and not what the beloved family member does, althought it does affect the family member and others around, it is not their own fault.
    Our friends and family are still people and they can not help it. We will be around people and using the time to be mad and get our own point across is a waste of time.

    Instead, find out ways to connect to with your loved ones.
    Once time with them is gone, it’s gone.

    For a war Veteran family member, it might be simply just making it known to them that you are actually listening to them and engaging with them, even if it’s a particular war story that you heard a million times before and not putting in your two cents or opinion.
    How about just telling them,
    “*WELCOME HOME AND I’M GLAD YOU ARE HERE, I/WE LOVE YOU! AND IT’S O.K. WE DON’T HOLD ANYTHING AGAINST YOU.*”
    I had to tell this to my dad after 40 years and you wouldn’tt believe the difference it made, just for him to feel appreciated after all these years, even when I wasn’t even alive during the time when he was in war, he needed to know that even if he didn’t stop all the wars in the world, that he made a peaceful difference in mine and others. I’m grateful for that!!! I wish I did it sooner.

    Just hold your own tongue and love and enjoy people even if it’s hard.

    I love how you said “to allow the feels,” to happen, even if there is crying and emotions involved. It’s better to let it all out and deal with it as a family, then to ignore it and be bitter that another holiday came that wasn’t perfect.

    Realizing this is better than gold!! Loving action is beautiful. Faith without works is dead. Do God’s work in faith in Him.
    It actually works!

  • If you’re here in 2019, check out my latest Holiday Gift Guide with a bunch of new ideas and some classics in self care, beauty, health, tech, and more! → http://bit.ly/33KxVla

  • This is a very encouraging and sweet video Dani. I appreciate it as going to food for comfort had always been a weakness of mine growing up. Now that I’m older I learned to enjoy the moment with people and not focus on just food! The journaling of gratitude is totally helpful. Thank you for this! #thanksforgivinghelp

  • I love these ideas so much Aileen!!!❣❣ I just bought your Artist Way of Life Journal a few days ago for one of my closest friend’s birthday and I am hoping to buy myself the 23 and me dna and health kit for a Christmas gift to myself this month!! ☺����

  • Great, important ideas and all I’m thinking is, “I need that lipstick! The color is perfect!” I would be so grateful if you could share:)

  • Ty for those great and positive tips!!! I believe we should all have time for ourselves in the morning even it’s for 5 or 10 minutes.:)

  • You are so inspiring, thank you for all ideas and all your videos and your entire existence, please be healthy and stay safe queen!

  • Happy holiday season my friends!! Here are 5 easy tips I use during the holidays to stay sane, grounded and feeling good! I’d love to hear if you have any tools you use to help yourself feel good during the holidays?! XO-Dani

  • Inspiring vid… I no longer get overwhelmed by Christmas, taking time to always remember it’s true meaning. I kick back with family and friends but don’t stress trying to achieve all that is expected from this special occasion!����

  • I know this video is a year old, but it was so good. It’s a really unique and actually useful list of gift ideas. It’s unlike any other gift ideas video I’ve seen. I think I might have just finally found a gift for everyone this holiday season thanks to your video. I’m subscribing!

  • This video is so well thought out and so unique! I love the minimalist idea and the concept of experiences being priceless and nothing could compare. I also love the curious idea of the kit

  • Dear Aileen, thank you so much for introducing me to planners of this sort. I had no idea they existed!! I opted for the desire map planner (it’s said to arrive tomorrow, so excited!!) to develop a daily routine. I love YOUR approach though! Do you think it’s a good idea to additionally order your planner? Do you think they could compliment each other… Or is that just over-kill? Much love and appreciation Asmaa

  • I love the idea of the society socks being able to give a loved one a gift but also know you are giving back to a good cause, incredible! Good luck everyone in the giveaway ☺️

  • Been going through a lot of last minute Christmas gift videos for my friend’s birthday at the end of the year now but so far this is the most thoughtful one!!!! (Esp the DNA kit haha) happy holidays from ����