5 healthy gift ideas for dad

Treat dad to healthy kitchen tools, fitness gadgets and more good-for-him gifts with these Father’s Day gift ideas

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Around the World Spice Collection

Around the World Spice Collection

Foodie dads who love to travel will appreciate getting a taste of countries around the world with this exotic spice collection. With everything from Cajun and curry to Italian and Mexican, dad will love having the opportunity to be adventurous in the kitchen.

Around the World Spice Collection, $65, The Spice Trader

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Garmin Edge 500 Bike Computer

Garmin Edge 500 Bike Computer

If dad loves to bike, but wants to take it up a notch, you can't go wrong getting him something to track his workouts. Not only will he be able to track distance, speed, time and calories burned, he'll also be able to tell exactly how hard he was working by tracking altitude, climb and descent.

Garmin Edge 500 Bike Computer, $235, Mountain Equipment Co-op

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juicer

Breville Ikon 5-speed Juice Fountain

Help him get enough veggies and fruit by giving him a gift that makes it way too fun not to. The ultimate manly kitchen appliance, Dad is sure to appreciate the sleek stainless steel design, powerful motor-oh, and the fact that it can make an 8-ounce glass of juice in five seconds flat.

Breville Ikon 5-speed Juice Fountain, $270, Sears

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running shoes

The Nike Zoom Structure+ 15

The easiest way to get dad to go for a run with you? Give him running shoes he can't wait to wear. With a cool lime green and black design, lightweight mesh, Zoom Air cushioning, and an environmentally friendly rubber outsole, not only will he look great, he'll feel great.

The Nike Zoom Structure+ 15, $155, Running Room

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My Personal Golf Trainer with David Leadbetter for Wii

My Personal Golf Trainer with David Leadbetter for Wii

If dad wants to improve his golf game in the privacy of his living room, this game for Wii is a great way to do it. Using a balance board and motion controller, he'll get an analysis of his swing, be given drills and be able to go to the driving range or play a round.

My Personal Golf Trainer with David Leadbetter for Wii, $100, Golf Town

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