Fun National Nutrition Month Finds
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This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.

March is National Nutrition Month and it’s such a good time to find some new favorite nutrition finds. I teamed up with BabbleBoxx to learn more about some of the foods I have used for years as well as to find some new gluten-free, dairy-free finds. March is a great time to reflect on what you could add to your current diet to add more health and wellness to your life!

Apple Cider Vinegar Refreshers from Bragg

These ready-to-drink prebiotic drinks are made with fruit juice, teas, spices, and apple cider vinegar. These refreshers are a great way to get in gut health-boosting organic apple cider vinegar and go down a little sweeter than traditional apple cider vinegar shots. You can find these and other Bragg products at natural food stores, grocery stores (I saw them at my local Winco!), as well as or click here to order from

Eat This Book: Knowledge to Feed Your Appetite and Inspire Your Next Meal by Stacy Michelson

We LOVED this book from Running Press and it’s definitely a new favorite. The illustrations are fantastic and it’s full of fun facts, tidbits, and tips about fruits, veggies, and pantry staples. It’s like a Did you Know type book married a foodie! This illustrated food book is so easy to get captured by that even my 8 year old picked it up and looked through every page, sharing fun new learnings and facts along the way.

Not only is it fun, but it’s empowering to learn how to best use these items, the different varieties and what they are good for. It includes chapters about Spices + Condiments; Nuts, Beans, + Grains; Fruits, Veggies, + Herbs; Coffee, Tea, Booze, + Other Beverages; Sweets + Sweeteners. It’s a great gift book for those who love to cook or even those new to cooking and want to familiarize themselves with various foods.

For example, not only did I learn that 99.9% of artichokes are from CA and it’s the state vegetable, it teaches you how to pick a good artichoke, and how to eat them and cook them.

You can learn more or buy your own copy here.

Meat Sticks from CHOMPS

More than any other snack, these go everywhere with me. My community knows I love to hike and our family is always adventuring. We need snacks that are portable, shelf-stable, and quick and easy on the trail or in the car. Especially protein, which can be hard when traveling, and these meat sticks each have around 10 grams of protein.  They are an awesome emergency snack too, I keep one in my purse and car for those unpredictable days.

Not only are these grass-fed meat sticks gluten-free and dairy-free, but they are also Whole30 Approved (no added sugar!), keto and paleo certified, and top 8 allergens free. Wahoo! They also have two flavors that are AIP-friendly if you need that, the Chomps Italian Beef and Sea Salt Beef. My favorite is the Original Beef and my hubby’s favorite is the kick of the Jalapeno Beef, while the smaller-sized Chomplings are perfect for my kiddo’s lunchboxes.

Click here to add these to your adventures! Use code BABBLE20 – valid now through 3/31/21 to get 20% off your order.

Meal Delivery from Veestro

No matter your dietary preferences, most can agree we need to eat more veggies. That can often feel overwhelming and how to get them to taste good? Meal delivery from Veestro is awesome if you are falling short on both time and veggies in your life. These vegan meals are 100% (that’s right 100%! Wow!) plant-based and ship to anywhere in the continental US.

Veestro meals arrive fully-prepared so there’s no chopping, cooking or cleaning – just heat and eat! I was impressed with the taste of these, as some meal delivery meals don’t end up tasting super fresh, but these have a great flavor! A nice option to have in a busy season or in the freezer for in a pinch. Their website also gives you the option to search by additional categories such as gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free, etc.

Click here to order from their website and use code BABBLE25 – to get 25% off any order. Expires March 31st


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