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"A shopping list straight from my prescription pad."

Raise the Bar

There is such a thing as a healthy treat! Just make sure it contains 70 percent cacao or more (these are at least 72 percent); otherwise the sugar can outweigh the benefit of the antioxidants.

Single Origin Chocolate Bars, originally $7 each, now $5 with code OPRAH; MoonstruckChocolate.com

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Get Your Kicks

Walking, running, it doesn't matter—what counts is the goal of 10,000 steps per day. Saucony ProGrid Kinvara sneakers are lightweight, flexible, and comfortable.

$90; Saucony.com

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Watch Your Steps

Working up a sweat for 20 minutes three times a week contributes to a healthier life—and this easy-to-read sports band helps gauge progress by tracking pace, distance, time, and calories burned.

Nike+ SportBand, $59; NikeRunning.com

(May not be available in the color pictured)

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Made to Measure

Nigella Lawson's ceramic measuring cups serve up portion control with style.

$26 for set; CentralChef.com

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Climate Control

This humidifier eases parched throats on dry nights for up to eight hours without ruining the decor.

Middle Colors ultrasonic small humidifier, $120; Gizmine.com

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An Om of One's Own

Yoga is a beautiful practice that combines exercise with meditation. With an embroidered name or initials, there's no confusing whose mat is whose.

Originally $35, now $28 with code OPRAH; MyCustomYogaMat.com

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Dream On

Shutting out light helps to produce melatonin, bringing on the z's. A silk mask is especially easy on the eyes.

(Belle De Nuit, originally $38 each, now $30 with code OPRAH; BrancheBeautySleep.com)

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