Most Unique Present Ideas For A Healthy Holiday

Most Unique Present Ideas For A Healthy Holiday

Sharing family recipes has been a tradition for as far back as the beginning of time. Yes - imagine our cavemen forefathers and foremothers showing their offspring how to harvest and cook grains! Though times have changed, this tradition hasn't. Now you can pass down your NutriBlast recipes with just as much enthusiasm. This holiday season is the perfect time to do just that, ensuring you and yours can enjoy many more healthy holidays to come.

During holiday visits, consider starting breakfast off with each person making a NutriBlast for someone else. Not only will this give you time to bond, but it gives everyone a chance to try something new.

Baskets loaded with flavor extracts, essential oils, fresh flaxseed, chia seed, psyllium fiber, oat fiber, whey protein powder, fresh vegetables and fresh fruits make wonderful gifts for the holidays. Of course, a NutriBullet in the center of the basket is simply perfect! Add a booklet of your favorite recipes and you have a present that is visually stunning, incredibly useful and, above all, extraordinarily healthful!

Hint: You can also use your NutriBullet to make salad dressings, seasoning mixes, braises and more - perfect all year round!

Be sure to date your favorite recipes and include a short history for that personal touch. Including the nutritional breakdown can also be useful for those with particular health concerns. Sites like the USDA Database are very helpful for looking up accurate information on the amount of carbohydrate, protein, fat, fiber, sodium, phosphorus, etc. that foods contain. Including this information enables individuals to make healthy choices.

If you're looking for something less daunting, try creating a personalized recipe book for your loved ones. This can include their favorites foods, exclude foods they don't like, and even include recipes that have a special meaning to you both.

Ideas for your recipe booklet might include sections for:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Desserts
  • Salad Dressings
  • Braises & Sauces

The best part? Your family members can use these recipes and cook for you throughout the year. It's a win-win.

Happy Holidays!

Registered Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator


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