The January 2012 (Healthy!) O List
A few healthy things we think are just great!
O, The Oprah Magazine |
December 07, 2011
Quiet, tidy, easy to use, and able to separate pulp from juice, this sleek juicer uses patented low-speed technology to extract maximum nutrients, vitamins, enzymes, and taste from fruits and vegetables. Best of all, it comes recommended by Dr. Oz!
$360.00 | williams-sonoma.com
Combat hot flashes with these clever pearl necklaces, which contain nontoxic gel that gets cold in the freezer. Who said menopause isn't pretty?
$56 | hotgirlspearls.com
This lightweight, water-repellent gym bag features pockets galore, a ventilated shoe compartment, and a ring holder for baubles. Too bad it doesn't also include a personal trainer.
$106 | LugLife.com
Thanks to hot-air-circulation technology, this easy-to-clean multicooker
deep-fries with only one tablespoon of oil. Potato chips, anyone?
$250 | T-FalActiFry.com
Instead of sending one bottle, why not send six 1.7-ounce minibottles? When your friend or loved one picks two favorites, they'll receive full-sized versions at no extra cost.
$90 | TastingRoom.com/Oprah
You know how most gluten-free products taste...well, gluten-free? This fresh brown rice pasta—from fusilli to spinach fettuccine—is authentically delizioso.
Starting at $44 | FreshGlutenFree.com
These "foot wakers"—complete with workout DVD—help prevent bunions, alleviate pain, increase flexibility, and improve alignment. In other words, heal your heels and more.
$65 | yamunabodyrolling.com
With inventive flavors like rosemary raisin pecan and cranberry hazelnut, these are the best crackers we've come across in ages. Try them in place of greasy chips, try them with cheese—just try them!
$8 per box | TaylorsMarket.com
This blood pressure monitor, designed to plug into any iOS device, saves stats on your iPhone or iPad and even e-mails results straight to your doctor!
$129 | Withings.com
Don't eat corn-free, organic, air-popped sorghum grain because it's good for you—and won't get stuck in your teeth. Eat it because it's just plain good!
$3 | MyMiniPops.com
The only problem with these' ' 100 percent beeswax candles is that they're too fabulous to burn. What would the Buddha do?
$48 each | lovebeautysoul.com
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