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Cameron Diaz is such a cool, down to earth chick. Find out how “The Bad Teacher” star, 41, keeps it together physically and spiritually in “The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body” (HarperCollins). Diaz wrote it to teach young girls that thin isn’t necessarily in and that it’s OK to eat, so long as you make the right choices. Amazon.


You don't have to be an NBA star or Basketball Wife to rock a Championship Ring. As they say: Just fake it til you make it! Jostens jewelry is selling replicas of the bling seen on the fingers of the Three Kings & Co. at The Miami Heat Store at AmericanAirlines Arena, Monday-Friday 10 am.-4 p.m. One will set you back between $230-$5,000. Rings not your thing? There are other white-hot options for men and women like necklaces, bracelets and key chains. http://www.jostens.com/


Snacks: If you have kids, you know you can't leave home without ’em. But instead of go-to chips, reach for something that'll do a petite body good. Little Duck Organics was thought up by concerned Brooklyn dad of two Zak Normandin, who liked the idea of freeze dried fruit — hold the gluten, sugars, pesticides and genetically modified organisms. All LDO’s ingredients come from certified organic U.S. farms and partial proceeds go to fight poverty. http://littleduckorganics.com


If it's good enough for Oprah....you know the rest. Kai's Body Buffer is not just a luxurious way to bathe but it's a self-sufficient little thing. After about 30 washes, this exfoliating sponge dissolves in your shower, leaving no — we repeat — no cleanup. Another reason kai makes others’ favorite-things list: the company uses recyclable packaging and ecofriendly ingredients for all its products, from body butter to perfume oils and candles. $40 for set of two, RX Pharmacy. kaifragrance.com

Madeleine Marr

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