BeHear-Clipped-Angled-1688x2334.jpg

If you are a fan of CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley (www.cbsnews.com/sunday-morning),  you may have seen the very informative story about hearing devices on this week’s episode, perfect timing for us to introduce you to BeHear Now from Wear & Hear (www.WearandHear.com).

This lightweight and easy to operate device offers personal hearing amplification so you can enjoy your favorite TV program without disturbing others in the room, in addition to hearing conversations more clearly even in crowded restaurants. It can also be used as a Bluetooth headset,  or handling phone calls and using the EasyListen feature to slow down the speech of the incoming voice. The clarity is amazing and the device is very comfortable to wear  and simple to recharge.  BeHear Now makes a great Christmas gift for anyone who could use a little help if their hearing isn’t what it used to be and requires no medical consultation or doctor’s visit.

BeHear Now from Wear & Hear – Gotta Love It!

Advertisements

yoga

Before you pop another over the counter pain pill or something stronger, you owe it yourself to investigate “The Survival Guide for Pain Free Living” DVD (www.peggycappy.com) with long-time yoga instructor Peggy Cappy and neuromuscular therapist Lee Albert (www.leealbert.com).

This 4-dvd set offers three yoga workouts which you can follow at separate occasions or one right after the other. Cappy has a gentle way of encouraging individuals to do what they can today to breathe more deeply and fully, stretch a little farther and begin to subtly rebalance their bodies which is often a major cause of pain and stress.  The sessions last between 25 and 45 minutes, and it’s a smart investment of your time no matter what part of the day or night you chose to follow along.  Cappy’s program proves that inch by inch, it’s a cinch to begin the journey toward alleviating the pain that takes away from the quality of your life, with out the side effects or expense of medication or surgery.

“The Survival Guide for Pain Free Living” DVD by Peggy Cappy with Lee Albert – Gotta Love It!

Stick-it-2_360x

You probably invest a lot of money in your baseball caps, hats, motorcycle helmets, hardhats and other head gear. So you know how quickly these often-used items can become sweaty and smelly.

NoSweat (www.nosweatco.com) is a Minnesota-based company that has developed a line-up of products designed to wick sweat away from your skin, keep it from getting into your eyes, and minimizing sweat stains in your head gear. Their Sweat Absorbing Disposable Hat Liner is easy to insert in your hat or cap, quickly absorbs moisture to keep your forehead feeling dry, then can just as easily be removed and replaced with a fresh disposable liner for wear the next day. Besides liners for baseball and sports caps, NoSweat also makes Sweat Absorbing liners for helmets and hard hats. Some of the biggest pros and teams in the sports world wear these liners. And these ingenious liners make great affordable stocking stuffers, too, with the holidays right around the corner!

NoSweat Sweat Absorbing Disposable Hat, Helmet and Hard Hat Liners – Gotta Love It!

gleegum

No need to fret over what to put into trick or treater’s goodie bags this Halloween season. GLEE Gum Bubblegum (www.gleegum.com) is the all natural chewing gum that will bring a smile to every ghoul and goblin’s face!

Unlike traditional chewing gum, there are no artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or preservatives in GLEE Gum, only natural non-GMO ingredients, like red beet for color, Fair Trade cane sugar and brown rice syrup for sweetening, and natural flavors in a gum base made using authentic  chicle, a rainforest tree sap that is sustainably harvested. Best of all, their online store offers a wide array of natural chewing gums in a variety of flavors beyond  pink bubblegum, including peppermint, tangerine, and spearmint, along with an assortment of varieties to choose from, including bubblegum pops, mini-boxes, pouches and even a make-your-own bubblegum kit.  GLEE Gum proves that good things come in the smallest of packages! GLEE Gum makes great party favors as well as holiday stocking stuffers.

GLEE Gum Bubblegum – Gotta Love It!

grandyoats

Since breakfast IS the most important meal of the day,  there’s no reason it should be boring!  GrandyOats Real Granolas (www.grandyoats.com)  are sure to push your regular a.m. cereal routine to the back of the pantry!

Crafted in small batches in Maine in a solar-powered bakery, GrandyOats provides you with a grain-free, coconut-based granola that is chewy, crunchy and chock full of nutritious and delicious ingredients such as almonds, pumpkin seeds, cashews, hemp, coconut chips and pecans. GrandyOats can be enjoyed as a snack straight out of the bag or served with your favorite type of milk or cream, topped with fresh fruit.  Since its founding in 1979, GrandyOats remains committed to eliminating artificial ingredients from its granola recipe, so you can receive purely good taste, plenty of nutrition and a delicious breakfast or snack option!

GrandyOats Real Granolas – Gotta Love It!

 

Cousteau

You can enjoy a wonder-filled adventure exploring four of the country’s National Marine Sanctuaries without ever getting wet with the “Explore With Jean-Michel Cousteau” series of books published by Square One Publishers (www.SquareOnePublishers.com).

The aquatic worlds of the Northeast, Southeast, West Coast and Pacific Islands are the focus of this book series, including an abundance of  gorgeous four-color underwater photography showcasing the wide array of creatures that inhabit the National Marine Sanctuary system. Cousteau, son of legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau,  is one of the leading preservationists of the world’s deep-sea waters and founder of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation.  Any of these Explore guidebooks would make a lovely holiday gift for the  travel enthusiast.

“Explore the National Marine Sanctuaries With Jean-Michel Cousteau” — Gotta Love It!

 

fda

Before you pack another school lunch or prepare the family’s menu for the next week, you should read Dr. Renee Joy Dufault’s riveting examination about the toxic metals and other contaminants invading our food supply that the FDA has failed to warn the public about.

“Unsafe At Any Meal” : What the FDA Does Not Want You To Know About the Foods You Eat” ( http://www.squareonepublishers.com) explains the close correlation between disease and dietary choices , providing credible proof about her accusations, along with positive recommendations on how to create a safe food environment at home and especially for growing children.  This book goes a long way in explaining why allergies and other disorders have risen dramatically in the past few decades, thanks to the FDA’s silence about toxic residues and ingredients being allowed into our food supply.

“Unsafe At Any Meal” by Dr. Renee Joy Dufault — Gotta Love It!

sports

Sharkie Zartman and Dr. Robert Weil answer a broad range of questions regarding children’s participation in sports with their recently released “#HeySports Parents!” guidebook, published by Spoilers Press.

This thoughtful and insightful guide covers a broad range of topics and questions, including the challenge of drugs and sports, how to choose the best sports programs, recruiting tactics and sports safety. The best way to avoid injury and heartbreak down the road is to carefully take this information into consideration prior to a child becoming involved in a local or school sports activity.

#HeySportsParents! by Sharkie Zartman and Dr. Robert Weil – Gotta Love It!

Philly

If you are planning an autumn trip to the city of Philadelphia, make sure a copy of Irene Levy Baker’s newly released “Unique Eats and Eateries of Philadelphia” (www.reedypress.com) is in your suitcase!

Baker does a wonderful job of showcasing 90 of the city’s most historic, fascinating, interesting and delicious places to enjoy the best of food and drink.  You’ll discover the city’s oldest Jewish bakery, the oldest family-operated Italian restaurant in America, the place celebrated as the  Mushroom Capital of the World, the historic Reading Terminal Market and much more. Baker devotes two pages plus photos to each establishment and includes a back of the book index so you can locate places of foodie interest by neighborhood so you can map your own tour.  Even if you’re not a traveler, this book serves as a lovely armchair guide and is part of a series of local interest books published by Reedy Press.  It makes a great stocking stuffer this holiday season for anyone who loves the best in food and beverages!

Unique Eats and Eateries of Philadelphia  by Irene Levy Baker – Gotta Love It!

toaster-oven

If your toaster oven is gathering dust in the corn of your kitchen, being used only for reheating purposes, you need the inspiration author Linda Stephen provides in her recent release, “150 Best Toaster Oven Recipes” (www.robertrose.ca).

This wide array of  recipes will help you to create colorful, delicious and nutritious specialties for breakfast, lunches, dinners and snacking, all on an affordable budget.Stephen also includes a great introductory section about the right way to get the most out of your toaster oven for broiling, toasting, baking and convection baking, all in a minimum amount of space with a minimum amount of heat. And with the holiday gift giving season only a few months on the horizon, this book makes a great gift item, by itself or to accompany a new state-of-the-art toaster oven.

“150 Best Toaster Oven Recipes” by Linda Stephen – Gotta Love It!