Organic Prebiotic Fiber
by Garden of Life
Probiotics don’t work unless you eat prebiotics as well, and I love this product, which is made with 5 real food ingredients. It’ll also help with constipation, so I never travel without it.
The Dude Diet
by Serena Wolf
Got a dude in your life that you want to help eat healthier? Serena’s got you covered. She’s a) one of the funniest people on the planet and b) great at making healthy-ish versions of food like chicken fingers and pizza. A must for people hoping to eat a little bit healthier.
Inspiralized and Beyond
by Ali Maffucci
My friend Ali actually has 3 gorgeous cookbooks but this is my favorite—she shares ways to turn any vegetable into carb alternatives, like pizza crust, biscuits, tater tots, and more. The recipes are easy enough for any home cook, and rely on ingredients found in typical grocery stores. Be sure to check out Ali’s episode of the Healthier Together podcast for details on her mom’s kidnapping (!!!), her Bell’s Palsy, and where she gets her incredibly positive attitude.
Vitamin C Booster
by True Botanicals
Vitamin C quickly degrades in liquid form, but this powder, which can be mixed with any serum, is super potent. I usually mix it with the Drunk Elephant Vitamin B serum for hydration and because antioxidants work synergistcally. It’s a great daytime wear because Vitamin C also helps protect your skin from the sun.
Pea Protein Powder
by Now Foods
On the Healthier Together podcast, celebrity nutritionist Kelly LeVeque reveals that most pea proteins actually contain a lot of heavy metals. This is the brand she personally recommends and trusts.
by Designs for Health
The multivitamin that Kelly LeVeque recommends on the Healthier Together podcast, this blend provides super bio-available versions of your daily supply of vitamins, in addition to extra compounds designed to help with blood sugar management and stabilization. Also includes B Vitamins to help with methylation (for more on why this is so important, listen around 1:03:45 to Kelly’s episode of the podcast!).
Laura Lea Balanced
by Laura Lea Goldberg
When I hung out with Laura Lea in Nashville, we learned we have the exact same tastebuds—so if you love my food, you’ll definitely love hers. These are healthy-ish versions of comfort food are so delicious, and easy enough for any home cook. Make sure to check out her episode of the Healthier Together podcast for deets on her insomnia, relationships, and more!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
When you cook with bad olive oil, it oxidizes and is super inflammatory—but good quality olive oil not only tastes better, it can be cooked at high heats and it’s incredibly anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidizing. This is my absolute favorite brand in terms of price to quality ratio, and the flavor is amazing.