Products we’re falling for this month
Pizza remains one of the all-time favorite foods of people young and old. But if you eat gluten-free, a lot of pizza (sadly) is off limits. We promise, this pizza will make you smile again! Smart Flour Foods Gluten Free Pizza has all the ooey gooey goodness of regular Italian-style pizza, and the crispy crust is made from nutrient-dense ancient grains. Two new taste-tempting varieties have just been added to the line: Chicken Sausage (Italian, pork-free chicken sausage atop an ancient-grain crust), and Tuscan Inspired Uncured 2-Meat (authentic Genoa salami is combined with the gentle smokiness of pepperoni—both nitrate-free—and the zestiness of pepperoncini). Buon appetito!
Crazy-Good Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a natural tropical oil that’s incredibly versatile—used for everything from cooking (it’s a great alternative to butter or canola oil) to moisturizing skin. But there’s coconut oil, and then there’s Vita Coco Organic Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil. There’s no skimping when it comes to quality here—this oil is 100 percent raw, cold-pressed, non-GMO, gluten-free, and organic. Bottom line—it hasn’t been refined or damaged, so all the good stuff naturally present in the coconut remains intact.
Who knew we could get this excited about fish oil? But seriously, these fish oils are worth flipping over. Natural Factors SeaRich Omega-3s are not only made using the freshest and highest-quality omega-3 fish oil, but come in yummy flavors you’ll crave—Coconut-Lime, Lemon Meringue, and Grapefruit Punch. Plus, they’re also available with vitamin D3. Just a spoonful will get your day off to a healthy start with no fishy aftertaste. Add these oils to smoothies too.
Spots. Blemishes. Zits. Whatever you call them, nobody wants them. But topical treatments can only do so much. Everyday toxins, stress, and poor diets can cause and aggravate breakouts, so it only makes sense to treat acne from the inside out. Terry Naturally Acne Essentials does just that with skin-supportive and detoxifying nutrients. The formula features vitamins, minerals, and herbs formulated to support the skin’s natural defenses and reduce eruptions, including vitamins A and C, zinc, chromium, and boswellia.
Isn’t It Ionic?
Liquid ionic minerals—sounds super scientific, but what it comes down to in layman’s terms is that these minerals are more easily absorbed by your body. And three new products from Trace Minerals Research provide the minerals your body craves in a liquid ionic form. Ionic Copper provides copper sulfate along with 72 naturally occurring trace minerals—plus a metered dropper that allows you to customize your dose depending on your needs; Ionic Plant Minerals is derived from humic shale, composed of prehistoric soils that are incredibly rich in naturally occurring minerals; and NO! Muscle Cramps adds essential electrolytes that help prevent nighttime leg cramps.