Cozy & Healthy: Fall Must-Haves

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are honest and my own, as always.

Oh, Fall. I feel like it lasts about 6 weeks, but they are the most glorious of the year. Here are a few items that will help you ring in the cozy season in a healthy way!

PBfit Peanut Flour Baking Blend

Peanut Flour

I am always on the hunt for great Gluten-Free swaps, and this one takes the cake 😉 A big must with all purpose flour alternatives- the ability to swap out 1-to-1 so no math is required, and this is how this baking blend works. It has a light peanut taste that adds new dimension to your baked goods. With 10 grams of protein, swap it in your pancakes for a powerful breakfast. Make your cookies and brownies gluten-free and fabulous. Also, if you have used almond flour in the past, this blend has 80% less fat so make the change!

Atkins Endulge Almond Craze Bar

I find myself still stealing my children’s hidden stash of Halloween candy when I need something sweet, so I have learned to keep alternatives in the house. These bars have 2g of net carbs, 1g of sugar and only 100 calories, so it really puts a limit on my indulgence without feeling deprived of chocolate. Grab a box for around $8 on Amazon,, Walmart, Target or local retailers.

Grow by MangoRx

As I hit late 30s, I started to notice that my hair wasn’t as full as it previously was. Hair is something you wear EVERY day, so it is a worthy investment. Grow by MangoRx: Is a unique compounded formula utilizing four clinically proven ingredients which encourage blood flow and follicle development to promote hair growth. You can grab this from a, tabs are $3 each.

Lavior Diabetic First Aid Gel

From December into the New Year, emergency rooms see a sharp increase in accidents at home. Now is the time to stock your first aid kit, and this first aid gel is the only diabetic first aid product on the market. Best part? It can be used on anyone! It treats any cuts, burns, scrapes and irritations so they don’t get infected and develop into wounds. Grab it at Walmart for under $20.

Cheers to saving the season, and preparing for all that the cold months have to offer!