Krista Herman brings us a variety of natural products that we can use to make our daily lives a bit more green.
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Audra Lowe: -- going organic than just fruits and vegetables. Lifestyle expert Krista Herman has got some new and interesting items for the house that you guys can consider. Now, not only are we looking at a variety of natural products for you. You might also be able to win some of them. Good to have you here. Krista Herman: Thanks for having me. Audra Lowe: Welcome back, I should say. Krista Herman: Thank you. Audra Lowe: So, this is a big deal now. A lot of people are looking deeper into the products that they buy, right? Krista Herman: The market is booming and as consumers, we’re thrilled about this because now we don’t have to compromise to have a healthier lifestyle. And I like that. Audra Lowe: So I’m going to go with the flow here in terms of what you got on the table. So what do you have first? Krista Herman: Okay, so let’s start out with the air that we’re breathing. This is Honeywell’s new easy to carry ultrasonic humidifier. It’s silent, cool, visible little mist comes out of there but it’s really easy to fill and dishwasher safe parts. You can get it at Target and Wal-Mart for $50.00 and it’s sleek so it’s not going to -- Audra Lowe: And that’s not a bad price either? Krista Herman: No, not at all. Up in the front here, we have one of the most refreshing drinks I think I’ve ever had in my life. It’s called Maid. It’s a new line of organic drinks that have certified blend of organic fruit juices as well as green tea, eight different flavors like strawberry lemonade. You can go to MaidDrinks.com and check out more information on that. Audra Lowe: And they do taste good you said. Krista Herman: Yeah it’s so good, so refreshing and like not a ton of sugar like a lot of those -- now moms are definitely looking for natural products for their kids. These are Johnson’s new, affordable natural shampoos, washes and lotions. Price points? Awesome, starting at $4.59 and up and it’s 98% natural ingredients. Audra Lowe: And that’s important too because the kids can be so sensitive. Our kid is sensitive but they can’t take it. Krista Herman: Absolutely. Audra Lowe: Got it. Krista Herman: So on to our pets, we want them to be eating healthy too. By Nature, this is what the brand is called. It’s a cat and dog food, 100% all-natural, high-quality ingredients with no fillers like soy and corn and all that that is so hard on our little guys’ -- exactly, on the tummy. So there’s a powerful, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants to promote a pet’s health. You can go to bynaturepetfoods.com/rebate and try a free bag and dogs and cats alike. Audra Lowe: All right what do we have next? Krista Herman: Up in front here we have the same laundry detergent brands that we love but now they don’t have dyes and perfumes. We’ve got Tide free and gentle. Downy for instance sort of the balance free and sensitive and the Tide stain release free so it’s -- again, it’s going to do the job but no dyes or perfumes and all derma tested. Audra Lowe: That could affect your skin as well, okay. Krista Herman: Totally. Audra Lowe: And the environment. Krista Herman: And the environment. Up in front there we have our super fruits. These are Sunsweet Ones Prunes. They’re individually wrapped little guys on the go and also Sunsweet Plumstar Juice and Plumstar Light Juice. I know these juices are delicious but not just that,it helps keep our regular digestive tract. Audra Lowe: See so we’re not just worried about the animal’s digestive tracts. It’s ours too. Krista Herman: Ours too. Moving down here to Green Valley Organics, now this is the very first line of lactose-free dairy. So it’s real dairy, yoghurts and kefirs but it’s delicious and probiotic rich, low-fat, you get them at Whole Foods or greenvalleylactosefree.com. Audra Lowe: Okay. Krista Herman: And that’s where so many people that have -- are lactose intolerant can have dairy. Audra Lowe: So this is the first way that they could have that. At the very end over here, we recognize this as well. Krista Herman: