Christmas Gifts 2019

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Are you on the hunt for the best Christmas gifts of 2019?

I’ve put together some of the best healthy & non-toxic gift ideas for the year. Keep reading for my holiday roundup that’s perfect for anyone in your life who cares about sustainability, maintaining their health, and lessening their impact on the planet. There are gifts for every budget!



If the person you’re buying for enjoys makeup and skincare, this is the perfect spot to shop. Beautycounter has banned over 1500 potentially harmful ingredients from their products making them safer for people to use.  They also have a strong focus on environmental activism and getting stricter laws implemented when it comes to ingredient safety.


Essential Oil Diffuser

Essential oils are a great addition to anyone’s life. Personally, I don’t think you can ever have enough of them! Lavender, bergamont, and neroli are wonderful for stress and anxiety management. I like Nature’s Fusions because they’re committed to sourcing from sustainable farms and only use steam distillation instead of harmful chemicals to extract the oils from plants. ($9-$52)

If you’re gifting essential oils, a great way to make a healthy gift basket is by pairing them with a diffuser. Diffusers disperse the calming smell of essential oils into the air and they’re great in lieu of toxic candles! I love this ceramic diffuser because it’s so pretty and blends right into home decor. ($119)

If $119 for a diffuser feels like too much, check out these lower price point options that work just as well!

Air BNB gift card – Air BNB is an online marketplace that lets people rent out their properties. It’s a perfect place to stay while exploring because many hosts leave recommendations for the best things to do in the area.

When you’re living a healthy lifestyle while traveling it helps to have a kitchen where you can prepare your own food. It’s also nice to have a cozy space to relax if you’re too tired to explore. ($25-$200)


Instant Pot – People working on healing their autoimmune disease need to make many of their meals at home. This can be tricky since severe fatigue is a common autoimmune symptom. The Instant Pot makes it possible to cook with very little effort. It’s a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer all in one appliance! ($99)

Consider pairing this with this Paleo AIP Instant Pot E-Cookbook. ($17.95)

Thrive Market Membership – This is an AMAZING gift idea. Thrive Market is kind of like Whole Foods meets Costco. There are tons of organic, non-GMO foods that are way less expensive through Thrive than they are in regular grocery stores. You can auto ship items you use regularly or just do your shopping online whenever you need something. It definitely makes life easier and tastier!

Bonus? They have entire sections dedicated to Autoimmune Paleo and Paleo foods. ($59.95)


Vital Proteins Collagen Creamer – Healthy people, or people aspiring to be healthy, love collagen. These creamers have 10 grams of collagen peptides sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine. They’d be great as a stocking stuffer!

If you’re buying for someone in the elimination phase of the AIP diet, opt for the vanilla and coconut flavors! ($29.00)

Pendleton Blanket – I’m obsessed with Pendleton blankets. They’re VERY high quality, are super warm and cozy, and are perfect for the autoimmunie who loves to snuggle up with a book. ($99-$299)

My husband bought me one last year and I wish I had one for every room in the house. They’re absolutely stunning. I highly recommend purchasing from their American Indian College Fund selection so your purchase goes towards supporting people from the culture that created these beautiful patterns.



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Hi, I'm Whitney. Your Holistic Nutritionist and Autoimmune BFF

Owner of Rooted in Healing Nutrition Therapy, autoimmune expert, and steward of your wellbeing. Whitney's approach is both scientifically informed and emotionally supportive because she knows healing is multifaceted and you deserve a care team who can support you through the many layers of healing.

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