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7 of Our Favorite Things This March

March 27, 2013

Here at Integrative Nutrition, we love sharing our favorite healthy finds with each other – homemade recipes, favorite books, and new products from our amazing grads and guest speakers that we just stumbled upon. We’ve rounded up 7 of our favorite things this month. 

 

The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook

Integrative Nutrition guest speaker Dr. Mark Hyman has put together a collection of over 175 mouthwatering recipes to make getting healthy a delicious journey. They’re perfect for sharing with friends and loved ones, especially those who think healthy can’t be tasty, too.

 

MyOmBody app

Getting healthy is not just about upgrading your food but also your daily habits. With the MyOmBody app from 2012 grad Lindsey Witmer, you can make sure that you’re getting a healthy dose of primary food, tracking everything from moods to exercise to social life and beyond.

 

Kombucha Brooklyn Home Brew Kit

This ancient Chinese elixir made from fermented organic tea has gained recognition as a health tonic that can help heal digestion and boost the immune system. Impress your friends and enjoy a homebrewed batch with your own Kombucha Brooklyn Home Brew Kit.

 

Troo Hoops Collapsible Hula Hoop

Warmer weather means more hours outdoors. It’s a great time to start a new fitness routine. Hula hooping is not just for kids – it’s a fantastic core workout, too! Get a collapsible hoop from Troo Hoops to hula wherever and whenever.

 

Dandelion Greens

These bitter greens are perfect for a liver detox and great for spring cleansing your body. Pick up a bunch from your local market, and make a quick sautee with lemon, garlic and olive oil – delicious!

 

Numi Honeybush Tea

This South African tea is from a flowering shrub that yields a rich earthy brew with sweet honey overtones. It’s naturally caffeine-free and super high in anti-oxidants. You can pick up Numi Honeybush from your local market or online.

Be Well Cleanse from Dr. Frank Lipman

Guest speaker Dr. Frank Lipman practices integrative and functional medicine, combining modern medicine with ancient healing. His Be Well cleanse is a simple 14-day protocol to help bring the body back into balance.

What are your favorite things lately?