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Thin is in — always. Need a snack that isn't salt- or fat-filled? Nonni's THINAddictives are a must for any health minded snacker's pantry or desk drawer. These wholesomely delish biscotti-like crunchers are way convenient, tidily wrapped in pre-portioned, 100-calorie freshness packs. Two new flavors, Banana Dark Chocolate and Blueberry Oat Almond, just got celebrity trainer/“Naked Fitness” author Andrea Metcalf’s A-OK. At Publix, Costco and www.nonnis.com

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Paulina Gretzky’s May Golf Digest cover stirred things up — and not exactly for the right reasons. Though she is engaged to PGA player/Jupiter resident Dustin Johnson, Wayne Gretzky’s gorgeous daughter hasn’t exactly earned her tour card. Still, we can admire Paulina’s banging physique and choice of apparel for the shoot: Miami Beach-based, ecofriendly brand YOGiiZA, sold at Acqualina, Ayama Yoga and Exhale Spa. Replicate the look for 25 percent off with code “GolfDigest” at yogiiza.com through May 31.

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For Earth Day Tuesday, go green in more ways than one by turning to a often overlooked color: mint. We’ll begin seeing it pop up in clothing, makeup and accessories. “Pastels are a huge trend, and mint is definitely having a moment,” said Elena Kiam, creative director of affordable celeb fave jewelry line Lia Sophia. “It works great on any skin tone and looks especially fresh against neutrals like navy and cream.”

Also, if you’re seeking out something au naturelle for the entire family (even babies), Le Couvent des Minimes Loving Care Body Balm is a good pick. This hard worker ($36) does its job with the help of Calendula extract to prevent dryness and smooth out the rough spots. This French company has cred, with recipes passed down from 17th century botanist monks. usa.lecouventdesminimes.com

Thierry Mugler wants to save the planet — and make it smell good at the same time. Reviving the luxuriously old school tradition of refilling your perfume bottle, the designer’s new Source fragrance fountain (at department store counters) allows customers to refill fragrances like Alien and Angel when they run out instead of ditching them into the vortex and buying a new one.

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Deadmau5 (pronounced “Dead-Mouse”) isn’t all work and no play. The Canadian house-music producer known to his parents as Joel Thomas Zimmerman recently was seen in Miami Beach taking a new toy for a spin. In a YouTube video the Grammy nominee tests out the 2014 Sea-Doo Spark, which seemed like, um, music to his ears. Want one of these zippy, playful watercraft yourself? They start at $4,999; find a dealer here: www.sea-doo.com

Madeleine Marr

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