It’s the time of year we take to the stores and shop online for our loved ones. Have problems figuring out the perfect gift? A perfect gift guide awaits.
This year, let Mamavation help pick out presents that are good for their health and good for the world!
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Instapots have a major fan club and for good reason. A programmable pressure cooker, it cooks fast and with less water and energy needed to make healthy clean meals easy!
“100 Days of Real Food” inspired by the blog, will get them into spring with new recipes and into a new way of planning meals.
Ninja’s great for the beginning-to-intermediate smoothie maker, and come with perk like blend-and-go cups that makes taking a home-made smoothie on the go quick and efficient.
This garlic grater and oil dipping dish at Uncommon Goods is beautiful and perfect for a foodie or anyone who loves to use quality ingredients.
Paleo lovers, and those curious to take out gluten from their diet will adore “Ditch The Wheat” and its 120 recipes.
Spiralizer recipes abound as substitute for pasta and more in recipes. Get them started on a health kick this new year with an easy way to make veggies the norm in any recipe.
A cookbook breaking down the simplest and most wholesome part of meals, “Stock & Broth from The Nourished Kitchen”.
My DX is a portable analyzer that look for pesticides, heavy metals and more in cannabis and soon to come in water, air and food.
Amazon Prime Membership means you get 2 day shipping on most items and free streaming music and movies all day long.
Fast-growing renewable crop bamboo brings warmth and sustainability to this beautiful Mac keyboard, perfect for anyone who is constantly typing away.
The NIMA sensor is a potable tester that detects gluten in food, making it easy for the gluten sensitive person in your life.
SCiO is a handheld molecular sensor that detects nutritional values, plant health and more.
Make it easy to track their heart rate, steps taken, measure body fat and muscle mass percentage and more with a Tom Tom Wearables fitness tracker.
Soundsport wireless headphones from Bose keeps you from losing you headphones and prevent tangling the cord in your arm while you’re jogging.
If they’re working toward a fitness goal, give them a Polar chest strap heart monitor to accurately keep their heart rate. There’s even an app that lets it sync to smart phones.
Ride to work, fold up, and stow a foldable bike by your desk. Or shove it in the trunk for a weekend adventure in another town. No excuse- this Citizen one only weighs thirty pounds!
A Manduka eKO lite mat made with rubber not harvested in the Amazon is perfect for the newly-woken to a more organic life. It’s also biodegradable.
Order them a Day Two microbiome testing kit so they can skip the diets and find out what their body works with best.
Lifestraw Steel features a two-step filtration that makes water safe to drink while in the outdoors – or that random drinking fountain.
A whole family fits easy in this 6-person tent at REI with the option of two separate rooms to help mom and dad get some peace in the quiet night.
Give the gift of new outdoor products delivered right to their door to try out on their next adventure with a Cairn subscription box.
This Big Agnes Dream Island 2-person sleeping bag gets props for the comforter-like feeling when you’re snuggling with your partner under the stars.
A diffuser and starter kit of oils from Thrive Market will get them started on using aromatherapy in their home.
Himalayan Salt Lamps give off a very warm and friendly glow that will welcome your guests and sooth your family.
Know someone who gets depressed during winter months OR who does tons of traveling. These glasses from Re-Timer have been created to help. Wearing these glasses for 30 minutes per day helps fight the winter blues and jet lag.
Did you know hair dryers can emit electromagnetic frequencies? This hair dryer is emits low EMFs and produces a high amount of negative ions instead.
Ecobee is a smart thermostat that connects with iPhone and other devices, allowing you to control the temperature of your home, even when you’re away for the weekend.
The all-electric 2017 Nissan Leaf has a range of up to 107 miles per charge, making their daily commute a greener one.
This fish bowl and herb garden planter at Back to the Roots works together as a mini system that benefits both of them and they don’t have to ever change the water.
Stop them buying plastic bottles and have them drink safe filtered water from their own faucets with an Aquasana water filter system.
Help mom alleviate pesticide worries and start getting answers with a testing kit from The Detox Project.
Electric or hybrid, the BWM i3 is so, so pretty and is also one of the quickest off the line.
He’ll make more time for the mat in these roomy yoga pants from PrAna.
Tempus reclaimed wood watches bring elegance and sustainability to mens fashion – perfect for the office and beyond.
Marriage can make family history complicated – a testing kit from 23 and Me will help them track back their history vie their DNA.
Dad may not get home until after dark, so a light-up PowerCap will make taking a jog safer in the evening.
The bragging rights with this Wazoo survival gear-laden bracelet will impress the guys at happy hour or on the trail.
Handmade in Guatemala, Ixchel Triangle bags make beautiful daily or diaper totes.
Patagonia’s fleece jacket will keep her warm in the great outdoors or picking up the kids.
If she is new to eating more consciously, let Blender Girl’s blender recipes inspire her to take the plunge.
A swipe of Pacifica roll on perfume will make her smell beautiful- and it’s vegan and gluten-free.
Motherhood sometimes demands unwinding with a glass of wine- wrap up her favorite in this reusable carry from Envirosax.
A makeup gift set from Beautycounter will give the gift of safe cosmetics she will love.
Treat her with ethically-sourced earrings from Reflective Images Jewelry, made in New Mexico.
Surprise Ride subscription boxes bring a craft, a treat and a break for mom while the kids dive into the fun. Boxes can also be themed for a single rainy-day treat.
Let littles race around town safely in this HABA racing magnetic game.
Give to the Nature Conservancy in their name and they’ll receive a plush to love on and learn from.
The UNICEF Kid Power bands track steps and give therapeutic food packets to malnourished kids.
The “Help Yourself Cookbook for Kids” is bright and cute and features plant-based recipes – perfect to encourage budding tastebuds.
Fill a few Stasher Bags with homemade cookies, eco-friendly crayons and let them fill them up afterwards with lunches and snacks.
They can use this wooden Wonderworld skyline for play and sleep by the neversleeping light of their non-toxic city.
Inspire the nieces and nephews to get in the kitchen with their family with kid safe and useful tools from Curious Chef.
Instead of paying shipping, send them a gift that gives with World Vision. They get the satisfaction of helping families here or abroad and you get one less trip to the post office.
Dancing Moon Coffee is organic and fair-trade certified, and donates a percentage of projects from every sale to the Semper Fi Fund which benefits injured military.
Heifer International allows gifts of geese or a share of a heifer, so communities can become more stable and your recipient starts a chain of support in the community.
A donation to The Honeybee Conservancy brings more hives and educations for schools, farms and public places. Bonus points for letting the kids make out the card acknowledging the gift.
Send them grassfed beef through a provider with the American Grassfed Association – it’s lean, high in Omega 3’s and free from antibiotics.
The towel from the Surfrider Foundation will have them looking forward to sunny days while supporting clean oceans and beaches.