These foodie finds can make healthful, tasteful fueling easier.

SodaStream Fizzi One Touch, $130

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Cut your sugary soda habit or jazz up your water game with a SodaStream, which can take tap water from flat to carbonated in seconds (choose from three fizziness options). With a little squeeze of your favorite citrus juice, you’ve got your own La Croix substitute!

Otterbox Elevation 20 Tumbler With French Press Lid, $60 (Sold Separately)

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If you can trust Otterbox to keep your phone safe, you can also trust it to keep your coffee hot on the go in this 20-ounce stainless steel tumbler, sold in a rainbow of hues. Even better, the tumbler now allows you to make delicious coffee on the go with the French press lid.

Chef’n Large Self-Watering Herb Planter, $30

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This ceramic herb pot takes the guesswork out of keeping your herbs alive—self-regulating wicks give plants just the right amount of water, so you only have to fill the bottom container when it’s low on water. Now both black thumbs and green thumbs alike can harvest fresh herbs in their kitchen (we’re the former).

George Foreman 4-Serving Rapid Series Grill, $33

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Get dinner on the table in a flash using this four-serving grill, which heats up 30 percent faster than previous iterations—you can cook burgers, chicken, paninis, veggies and more. Tilt the grill up when cooking meats to drain fat, and lay it flat for cooking sandwiches and veggies. The grill plates are easily removed and dishwasher-safe.

Pizzacraft Glazed ThermaBond Pizza Stone, $40

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This 14.5-inch glazed pizza stone helps you to perfectly cook your pizza on the grill or in the oven by evenly heating your crust. The glaze helps to release the pizza when it’s done cooking and makes the stone easier to clean.

Mortier Pilon Kombucha 2 Starter Kit, $65

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Brew your own version of this probiotics-packed tea at home with this starter kit—complete with a glass brewing jar, oolong tea, sugar and an all-important scoby (kombucha culture).