The vegan seafood maker Sophie’s Kitchen has introduced new canned VeganToona to its non-GMO line. The 100% plant-based “tuna” comes in sea salt or black pepper and is made with Konjac root, an Asian plant low in calories and high in fiber. The product is cholesterol free and contains no added sugar.

STRONG & KIND bars from KIND LLC provide 10 g of natural protein from almonds, seeds and pea protein and nine essential amino acids. Varieties include Roasted Jalapeno, Honey Mustard, Hickory Smoked BBQ and Thai Sweet Chili. KIND bars are non-GMO, whey-, soy- and gluten-free, low glycemic and low sodium.

Two new flavors of G.H. Cretors’ organic popcorn are now available: Simply Salted and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The products are USDA certified organic, Gluten-Free Certification Organization approved and Non-GMO Project Verified. The company says its popped corn “moves beyond the traditional popcorn experience to an extraordinary culinary experience.”

Dancing Deer Baking Co. now offers kosher, all-natural shortbread cookies. According to the company, the cookies have a nine-month shelf-life (from manufacture date) and are packaged as six units per case. The product comes in Pure Vanilla Bean, Espresso Chocolate Chip, Tangerine Cream Swirl, Rosemary & Pink Sea Salt, Kalamata Olive & Fig, and Sun-dried Tomato & Pine Nuts.

SuperEats introduces its gluten-free Kale + Chia Chips, which come in Sea Salt, Ranch, Cheddar, Tomato Basil and Chili Lime. The product is high in fiber, protein, antioxidants, omega-3s, vitamin A and vitamin C. Also, the chips are kosher, cholesterol free, trans-fat free, and Non-GMO Project Verified. Main ingredients include kale, whole chia seeds and beans.

The Healing Revolution ($19.95, 240 pp) by Frank King, ND, DC, promotes good health by making small changes in eight specific areas of life that he calls the Eight Essentials. Some of the Eight Essentials profiled are Nutrition, Fitness, Sleep, and Relationships. King uses a combination of anecdotes and practical advice to offer readers ways to improve their bodily and mental health. There is also an interactive side to the book, with many tips as well as self-evaluations for readers to chart their progress.

The 163 Best Paleo Slow Cooker Recipes ($24.95, 224 pp) by Judith Finlayson is a collection of recipes combining the convenience of a slow cooker with the benefits of the popular paleo diet. Categories include Starters and Snacks, Poultry, Just Veggies, and Deserts, with recipes like Braised Swordfish, Mixed Vegetable Coconut Curry, and Chocolate Flan with Toasted Almonds. There are also introductions for newcomers to the paleo diet or slow cookers.

For those looking to use herbs for a healthier lifestyle, Rodale’s 21st-Century Herbal ($35.00, 498 pp) by Michael J. Balick, PhD., is an all-purpose guide into the traditional use of many of the most popular herbs as well as how to incorporate them into your daily life. The book covers topics like the global history of herbs, how they work in the body, and how to incorporate them practically into your lifestyle.This book also extends beyond health, with advice on using herbs for scenting, decorating, and cleaning.

Jennifer’s Way ($25.99, 274 pp) by award-winning actress Jennifer Esposito is a memoir profiling her struggle with celiac disease. The memoir covers her trials growing up with diverse symptoms of celiac disease, which she only received a diagnosis for in 2009, as well as her learning to take control of her health and work with the restrictions and demands the disease poses while becoming an advocate for others. A portion of proceeds from this book will go to The Jennifer’s Way Foundation, a non-profit Esposito has founded for celiac education.