The holiday season is a wonderful time of year to connect with family and friends, and many people like to share in the joy of the season by giving small gifts to their neighbors. Have you found that your kitchen often fills with holiday cookies, chocolates, and other delicious treats during the month of December? These treats might be tasty, but they are not good for your health.
Thoughtful Christmas Gifts to Support Health and WellnessInstead of falling into the trap of gifting unhealthy treats to the people that you love, it is a better idea to find a thoughtful gift that will support their health instead. Here are a few ideas to help you choose a good holiday gift for your neighbors:
- Fruit Basket: A traditional holiday treat is to put oranges in the toe of the Christmas stockings. Stick with the holiday theme and give your friends and neighbors a basket full of oranges or other fruits that you enjoy. They will be grateful to have a healthy snack at their fingertips.
- Homemade Organic Whole Grain Bread: Nothing says love more than a piping hot loaf of homemade bread. When the weather starts to get cold, a loaf of bread is a great way to connect with your neighbors. Use this healthy homemade bread recipe to give the gift of health to your neighbors.
- Homemade Sweets: You can give your neighbors sweet treats, just make sure to be careful about the ingredients that you are using when you make the treats. We have a variety of festive recipes for you to try, such as our Lemon Coconut Truffles.
- Books: A good education about health and wellness is a great way to support your friends and family. If someone is interested in improving their health, consider giving them the perfect Christmas gift: the Unravel the Mystery Bundle Kit. This kit includes the main guide, as well as a recipe book to help them get started on their journey to a healthier lifestyle.
- Wrapping Paper: Everyone needs a few rolls of wrapping paper during the holiday season, and this is one way to share in the festive season without giving edible items. Watch for sales on rolls of wrapping paper, and give a roll to each person on your list as an early Christmas gift to help with their own holiday wrapping.