9 health-conscious gifts to help keep a New Year’s resolution

Updated December 11, 2017 - 12:40 pm

Help your friends ditch the cycle of packing on pounds and skipping the gym this holiday season by giving the gift of health.

Klean Kanteen water bottle

Keep your morning cup of Joe hot or your water ice cold for hours. The Klean Kanteen, available in 10 colors, makes hydration easy with five compatible caps for every need and preference. $30.95; kleankanteen.com

Garmin Vivosport

Check your heart rate, stress and breathing. Keep data on your indoor and outdoor workouts. Hook it up to your phone, then share successes with your workout crew. This gift is for the fitness-turned-data geek in your life. $199.99, buy.garmin.com

Hugger Mugger Yoga Towel

For the yogis who sweat up a storm, the Hugger Mugger Yoga Towel is the no-slip solution. Non-slip backing keeps the towel in one spot — plus, it’s machine washable, so it won’t stink up the classroom. $39.95, huggermugger.com

Geno 2.0 Next Generation Genographic Helix DNA Ancestry Kit

Curious if grandma and grandpa really came from Eastern Europe? Now, you can find out. Order a Geno 2.0 DNA testing kit and let the experts chart your ancestry. $99.95; shop.nationalgeographic.com

Sick Day Box

It’s flu season. Let your bestie know they’re on your mind with this Sick Day Box. Includes herbal tea, tissues, a thermometer and more. $29; sickdaybox.com

DoTerra Deep Blue Rub

Don’t let achy joints keep you from enjoying your evening after a long day. DoTerra’s essential oil-infused cream soothes those pains. $39; doterra.com

VIM&VIGR Compression Legwear

Help the desk dwellers in your life fight the 3 o’clock slump in their 9-to-5 jobs — in style. VIM & VIGR compression socks help keep your blood pumping and come in patterns to match a variety of tastes. $32.95; vimvigr.com

Count Me Healthy bracelet

Whether your gift lover is counting pounds lost, glasses of water downed or sodas consumed, the Count Me Healthy bracelet lets them do it discreetly and in style. $75; chelseacharles.com

Nathan Peak Waist Pack

Every avid hiker knows it takes four limbs to trek boulder-to-boulder to reach the end of the trail. Help the outdoors lovers in your life enjoy nature hands-free with this waist pack. $39.99; nathansports.com

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