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Welcome to Joe’s 2020 Gift Guide

‘Tis the season of giving, and this year, the festive spirit seems even more meaningful than ever. We’ve gathered up the very best gift ideas for the health and wellness enthusiasts on your list. Feel free to scoop up some of these presents for yourself, too!

Stocking Stuffers & Small Stuff

Pineapple Corer: $6

Know someone who loves juicing pineapple? This stainless steel kitchen gadget effortlessly peels, cores, and slices an entire fresh pineapple into perfectly-shaped pulpy rings.

Kauai Farmacy Wellness Products

Everyone will appreciate a gift from Kauai Farmacy’s collection of farm-to-table herbal teas, spices, salves and more. Get 15% off with code GIFTJOE

Matcha Bamboo Whisk: $16

For anyone who loves to make matcha green tea, this whisk is the authentic traditional tool to prepare a perfect cup of matcha, giving it a smooth and frothy, light consistency.

A Gift of Giving

A Donation to Feeding America

Just $1 provides five meals to people in need. Giving a gift in someone’s name to this worthy charity can make a meaningful difference to the many people experiencing hunger. Reboot with Joe will be making a donation here this year.

Give the Gift of Calm

Calm the Chaos Journal: $15

Give the gift of calm: Using this journal can help quell anxiety and manage daily stress, by kick-starting a daily routine of reflection and intention.

Mindfulness Card Set: $17

Being mindful is harder than it seems. This set of cards has more than 50 prompts and exercises to further a mindfulness practice.

Headspace Subscription: $49

A yearlong subscription to this app will introduce a loved one in your life to the life-changing skills of meditation and mindfulness.

For the Kitchen

Nama Cold Press Juicer: $399

Get the juicer everyone is raving about. It’s got True Taste Extraction™ for optimal flavor and nutrition. The auger’s slow pressing speed of 43 revolutions per minute, keeps nutrients intact by minimizing oxidation and heat generation. This multi-functional juicer can easily make juices, smoothies, nut-milks, sorbets, mocktails and more.

Misfits Fresh Produce: $26.50

Know someone who just started juicing? Send them a gift box with about 10-13 pounds of organic mixed fresh fruits and veggies.

Spiralizer: $10

Let people make their own noodles, with this BPA-free tool. It comes with two stainless steel blades to make various types of vegetable noodles.

Books

Vegetable Kingdom

By Bryant Terry

This cookbook from a James Beard Award-winning chef puts vegetables at the center of the meal, with more than 100 delicious recipes

I Can Cook Vegan

By Isa Moskowitz

Know someone who’s just getting started with a plant-based diet? This book, with its easy-to-follow instructions and accessible ingredients, helps make vegan cooking easy to master.

Recipes for Your Perfectly Imperfect Life: Everyday Ways to Live and Eat for Health, Healing, and Happiness

by Kimberly Snyder

Celebrity nutritionist and personal development expert Kimberly Snyder offers a powerful new guide to help readers feel good, eat well, dispel insecurities, and increase love in your life.

The Plant-Powered Way: Italia: Delicious Vegan Recipes from the Italian Countryside

by Rich Roll & Julie Piatt

If you think a healthy vegan lifestyle means giving up your favorite creamy pastas and cheesy pizzas, then think again. This book includes an inspiring collection of 125 entirely plant-based recipes.

The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet

by Joe Cross

In this New York Times bestseller, Joe summarizes all he’s learned during his incredible journey of transformation, offering a step-by-step guide to juicing and regaining or maintaining your vitality.

Kintsugi Wellness: The Japanese Art of Nourishing Mind, Body, and Spirit

by Candace Kumai

Candice shares her favorite Japanese traditions and practices for cultivating inner strength and living a gracious life, interwoven with dozens of recipes for healthy, Japanese-inspired cuisine.