Father’s Day Gift Guide 2018

It’s time to celebrate Dad! Read on for our FEED-approved Father’s Day gifts to help him keep up his healthy habits:

For the dad who enjoys a glass of wine

Red wine is often touted for its health benefits due to its concentration of the antioxidant resveratrol and its anti-inflammatory properties. While we recommend everything in moderation, a high-quality glass of wine can be made better with a wine aerator from Vinturi.

For the dad who likes gadgets

Get dad moving with an activity tracker like a Garmin or a Fitbit. Dad can track his steps, flights of stairs or even his sleep to help jumpstart healthy habits and keep ’em going with real-time motivation. 

For the dad who makes a mean breakfast

Step up Dad’s pancake game with pancake mix from Long Table Pancakes. They source heritage grains in small batches from local farmers and millers to produce their made-in-Chicago mixes. Their mixes are high in protein and fiber– and they even have one that’s gluten-free! 

For the dad who is king of the grill

Need something to spice up Dad’s grilling? Try a cedar plank to bring a smokey taste to your food. Our cedar plank salmon recipe is perfect for this year’s Father’s day fare.

For every dad

Make sure Dad stays properly hydrated with a high-quality water bottle like this one from S’well. Hydration is especially important in the summer months when activity levels (and temperatures!) are high. 

Happy Father’s day from all of us at FEED Nutrition Consulting!

Kristin Houts MS, RD, LDN is a Registered Dietitian who specializes in digestive health issues, modified diets due to food intolerance, and is an expert in the Low-FODMAP diet. Follow along as she documents her own experience living with dietary restrictions on her Instagram, @KristinHouts_RD.