What’s all the rage this month? Here’s our roundup of the best and bright­est nat­u­ral prod­ucts

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Ed­i­tors’ Picks Food and sup­ple­ment prod­ucts that we’re ex­cited about this month.

Scary Good

Hal­loween candy gets a healthy— and al­ler­gen- friendly— makeover with En­joy Life

Choco­late Mi­nis. It’s hard to be­lieve that these rich, choco­latey treats are made with­out dairy, nuts, eggs, or gluten. These adorable, bite- size candies are made with sim­ple in­gre­di­ents, in­clud­ing un­sweet­ened choco­late, cane sugar, and co­coa but­ter. Pick from four va­ri­eties: Dark Choco­late, Rice milk Choco­late, Rice milk Crunch Choco­late ( our fa­vorite!), and a Va­ri­ety Pack.

Hair Re­fresh

Thanks to a cus­tom blend of botan­i­cal oils and vi­ta­mins, in­clud­ing Pro- Vi­ta­min B and 5 ker­atin, Desert Essence Anti- Break­age Sham­poo,

Con­di­tioner, and Hair Mask set the bar high when it comes to de­liv­er­ing stronger, soft, and ul­tra- shiny hair. This trio is part of the com­pany’s Pro­fes­sional line, so it’s on a par with sa­lon hair prod­ucts. Stud­ies done on the prod­ucts showed that they re­duced hair break­age by 61 per­cent.

Greener Pas­tures

With so many “greens” pow­ders on the mar­ket, de­cid­ing which one to buy is chal­leng­ing, to say the least. En­ter Nat­u­ral Fac­tors Whole Earth & Sea 100% Fer­mented

Or­ganic Greens. Jammed with nu­tri­ents, this ste­via- sweet­ened green sup­ple­ment boasts fer­mented grasses, which are eas­ier to di­gest, as well as fruits, veg­eta­bles, and mi­cronized medic­i­nal mush­rooms for im­mune health, en­ergy, and detox­i­fi­ca­tion. Ev­ery­thing is har­vested from Nat­u­ral Fac­tors’ farms and is cer­ti­fied or­ganic and non- GMO. Choose from Or­ganic Choco­late, Or­ganic Trop­i­cal, and Un­fla­vored.

Meet Monk Fruit

If you’ve never tried monk fruit, you’re in for a sweet treat. We like NOW Real Food Or­ganic

Monk Fruit. It’s a calo­rie- free sweet­ener that’s up to 200 times sweeter than sugar. Also known as Luo Han Guo, monk fruit has a low glycemic im­pact, and per­haps best of all, lit­tle to no af­ter­taste. This liq­uid ver­sion tastes es­pe­cially great in bev­er­ages, in­clud­ing cof­fee and tea. It’s also non- GMO, ve­gan, and gluten- free. Monk fruit comes from a gourd- like fruit com­mon in South­east Asia.

Feed Your Eyes

Pro­tect your pre­cious peep­ers with Quan­tum Health Eye Health sup­ple­ments. De­vel­oped by noted vi­sion ex­pert Dr. James String­ham, this new line tar­gets three ar­eas of eye health: Mac­ula 30+, with lutein, zeax­an­thin, omega- 3s, zinc, and vi­ta­mins C and E to pro­tect eyes as you age; Dig­i­tal Blue, with lutein, zeax­an­thin, cur­cumin, omega- 3s, and vi­ta­mins C and E to help eyes fil­ter blue light from dig­i­tal de­vices; and See Lutein, with lutein, zeax­an­thin, and vi­ta­mins C and E for over­all eye health sup­port.

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