Holiday Gift Guide: For the Health Nut

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Stefani Natural Water Filter

Help your health-fiend friend kick the bottled water habit and discover the health benefits and cost savings of filtering water at home. Hook her up with an attractive, high-quality Stefani water filter to keep the H2O in their BPA-free bottles tasty and safe; these gorgeous stand-alone filters combine style and functionality so it's easy to bypass those pricey cases. (Stefani, $85.00)

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Holiday Amaryllis Plant

Not only do potted plants perk up even the dreariest indoor environments, but they also benefit our health by improving indoor air quality. Acting as natural filters, plants mitigate the impact of indoor pollutants such as ammonia, formaldehyde, and acetone. This cheerful annual is VeriFlora certified, ensuring that it was grown in the most environmentally sensitive manner currently possible--it's a foolproof gift for the hostess, mother-in-law, dogwalker, or boss that has everything. (Organic Bouquet, $49.95)

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AirPod Air Purifier

If, while a genius at maintaining the human body, your health nut friend is a dunce in the houseplant department, consider setting him up with an AirPod, the efficient air purifier small enough to fit in even the most cramped dwelling. Although some skeptics are less than convinced of their effectiveness, air purifiers remain popular – especially when they are as well designed and attractive as these. According to manufacturer Blueair, AirPod "uses approximately 60% less material to manufacture, 50% less packaging and 85% less energy than other air purifiers with comparable performance." (Rock the pink AirPod and save an extra $10.) (Blueair, $49.95)

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