Eight new health products our editors are excited about for March

See the health products that are making our team tick this month.
Eight new health products our editors are excited about for March

Health - what we're excited about March 2014

Smart water bottles

HydraCoach’s reusable bottle “thinks while you drink.” It tallies your personal hydration needs, tracks sips throughout the day (no need to guzzle) and cheers you on to reach your goals. Score!

HydraCoach bottle, $25–$30, Amazon.


Chic fitness monitors

Tory Burch is teaming up with FitBit this spring to create a new line of sleek accessories to conveniently (and stylishly) transform the look of your fitness-tracking wristband. Watch for the official release date.


Canadian cold-pressed oil

Move over, kale! The newest superfood hails from the prairies of Saskatchewan. Camelina oil, made from wild flax, is higher in omegas 3, 6 and 9 and anti-inflammatory vitamin E. Plus, the mild nutty flavour is delish in dressings and homemade pesto.

Camelina oil, $25, Three Farmers.


Life-saving book!

We found your cheat sheet to great health. This illustrated guide from a pioneering cancer doc is packed with game-changing advice, helpful tips and answers to your most pressing questions. (Are airport scanners safe?)

A Short Guide to a Long Life, David B. Agus, $21.


High-performance sports bras

Fact: Nothing's more distracting during yoga or a run than a sports bra gaping and chafing in all the wrong places. We've got you covered with the new workout wonder-wear: 

Extra road-side support

Breasts can bounce up to 14 cm while you’re running. Good news: This sturdy bra absorbs the rebound effect twice as well as any other on the market. 

Shock Absorber Max Sports Bra, $67, Sporting Life.

shock-absorber-max-sports-bra-$67-sportinglife.caPhoto, Sian Richards.

Hot-yoga hero

The secret to surviving a class in a steamy studio is a combo of four-way stretch, chafe-resistant straps and superior sweat-free fabrics that can handle rising temps with ease.

Free to Be Bra, $42, Lululemon

free-to-be-bra-$42-lululemon.comPhoto, Sian Richards.

Cute compact coverage

We love this sparkly racer-back — it’s so stylish you won’t want to cover it up. Plus, soft stretch and wicking materials make for a comfy fit.

Hyba Activewear Bra, $24, Reitmans

Hyba-activewear-bra-$24,-reitmans.comPhoto, Sian Richards.

Cool, dry & super fly

Zip in and out in a flash with this lightweight option. The breezy double layer of high-tech fabrics will keep you cool and dry.

The Player Sport Bra, $45, Victoria's Secret

For more of our favourite sports bras click here.

The-Player-Sports-Bra-$45-Victoria's-SecretPhoto, Sian Richards.


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