Healthy UNH’s Top 10 Healthy Gift Ideas

Healthy UNH’s Top 10 Healthy Gift Ideas

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Give the gift that shows you really care—one that promotes healthy habits and a healthy lifestyle. If you’re stuck for ideas, Healthy UNH presents its Top 10 healthy gift suggestions:


  1. Yoga Kit

    Interested in yoga? This kit includes everything you might need to give it a try from home – a mat, instructional DVD, yoga ball, and more. 

  2. Travel Salad Container

    Trying to eat more veggies? Pack a salad for lunch in this neat container, which keeps your dressing leak-free in its own compartment. 

  3. Healthy Cook Book

    Gift the gift of health cooking with a cookbook. Choose a book that builds a foundation of healthy eating as a lifestyle, not just as a quick fix diet. 

  4. Workout Socks

    High quality socks are essential for keeping your feet blister-free during workouts, but no one likes to spend their own money on socks. 

  5. Natural Light Lamp

    Help combat seasonal affective disorder with your very own light therapy lamp. 

  6. Water Backpack

    Never worry about staying hydrated on an outdoor adventure again! When you wear your water, it’s one less thing to carry, too. 

  7. Automatic Soap Dispenser

    Avoid exposure to additional germs while washing your hands with this handy soap dispenser. 

  8. Fitbit

    Wear a Fitbit around your wrist to count your steps, distance, and calories burned during the day, as well as your sleep quality at night. Purchase one at the UNH Computer Store today. 

  9. Portion Dining Plates

    Need help selecting health foods or choosing appropriate portion sizes? The Wildcat Plate, a collaboration between Healthy UNH and UNH Dining, can help.

  10. Massage Gift Certificate

    Massage can ease stress, relieve muscular tension, and improve flexibility. Massage therapy is available to all UNH students and employees for a fee. Pick up a gift certificate today.

*Disclaimer: Healthy UNH has no financial interest in the sale of any of these items. Each suggestion is based on a concept, not a specific brand or product.