7 Health and Wellness Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

7 Health and Wellness Mother's Day Gift Ideas

It’s that time of year to honor our mother’s on their special day. We have some gift ideas that will help you spread your wish for health and wellness to your mom.

Let’s get started:

1. Fitbit. Research shows sitting can take up to eight years off your life. Fitbits are a fantastic tool for helping mom move. The latest Fitbit Charge 2 even reminds her to get in at least 250 steps an hour.

2. A notebook and pen for journaling. Journaling on a regular basis has many benefits including reaching goals, healing, and helping us solve problems. Here is an easy way to journal: each night record three things you are grateful for or three wonderful things that happened that day. Expressing gratitude and focusing on the positive are great for combating stress and having a better outlook overall.

3. Treat her to dinner. Sign up for Blue Apron or Hello Fresh and have all the ingredients for an easy-to-prepare meal delivered right to her (or your) door. Or check out any of our recipes for inspiration.

4. Give her the gift of perfect sleep environment. Many moms have trouble sleeping. Setting up the perfect sleep environment with complete darkness and silence can be achieved with some ear plugs, a sleep mask, essential oils and some magnesium.

5. Gift cards for a spa or fitness classes.

6. A water bottle. Hydration is key to being healthy and clear thinking. Swell makes beautiful water bottles that keep beverages hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours.

7. Chocolate. Make sure it is dark chocolate for all the extra health benefits.

We hope you have a very special Mother’s Day.

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Lisa has been in her own practice for over 15 years and specializes in weight management. She teaches natural nutrition in both corporate and educational environments and is a shining example of someone who practices what she teaches. Lisa is a nutritionist and educator specializing in weight management. After losing weight several years ago through a more natural diet and by improving her digestion, she committed to sharing her new-found knowledge and returned to school to study nutrition. Over the past decade, her Nu-Vitality Weight Program has helped employees at numerous corporations lose thousands of pounds. In addition, Lisa regularly consults for groups and individuals with unique nutritional needs such as police officers and athletes. Lisa has been featured on the Discovery Channel, numerous radio programs and is a contributor to various publications. Additionally, she teaches nutrition at multiple post-secondary schools, has taught natural food cooking workshops, and authored two books.