Meet the First-Ever Supplements Made Purely From Certified Organic Food

Updated 01/31/18

Happy Wednesday! Welcome back to our Take 5 column, where we invite you to take a hump-day break with the week’s most revitalizing lifestyle stories. Ready for a breather?

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Take 1: If you've officially given up on supplements…

Well Told Health may change your mind. The certified organic apothecary has created the first-ever health supplements made purely from organic food. The Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free products are all made with ingredients you can actually read, like raw cacao, organic, grapes, and matcha. Shop their products.

Take 2: If your little one is in need of a stylish pair of glasses…

Warby Parker just launched a 12-week pilot program for kids at all of its New York City stores. Kids can try on the collection with a parent and purchase in-store or have the frames shipped to their homes nationwide. The kid designs are scaled-down versions of Warby Parker’s existing frames, in two sizes: Jr. (ages 8 and up) and Jr. Jr. (ages 4 to 7).

Take 3: If your IKEA furniture could use a modern makeover…

Tomorrow, Prettypegs, the Swedish company known for its customized legs, is launching custom cabinet doors, legs, and knobs for the IKEA Bestå unit. Dubbed Frontly, the stylish and lightweight offerings can be combined in nearly 600 different ways, ensuring your pesronal IKEA piece is unique.

Take 4: If you haven't sorted out your Valentine's Day gifts yet…

Give the gift of beauty sleep with Slip Silk Pillowcase's Kisses collection, which features a custom eye mask and pillowcase in a new lipstick-inspired print. As always, the offerings are made with 100% pure mulberry silk and certified nontoxic dye.

Take 5: If Target will forever be your favorite store…

Big news: On February 1, the retailer is officially launching same-day delivery, meaning you can browse your local store online and have the products delivered to your door within hours. The program is rolling out in 57 stores in South Florida and Birmingham, Alabama, with plans to launch in half of all Target stores by the end of March.

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