Even if you’re not Irish, partaking in a meal loaded with greens is a lucky thing for your overall health. Green fruits and vegetables provide a wide range of vitamins and minerals while also adding fibre to your diet. Many of the nutrients found in greens help with the prevention of numerous diseases.
February 14th, the date revered for romance, and a holiday that is usually commemorated with chocolate. If the ingredient list for your Valentine’s Day includes the captivating cocoa bean, here is a healthy way to incorporate the king of natural aphrodisiacs into your recipe for romance.
Love, defined as a profoundly tender, and passionate personal attachment, or deep affection for another individual. It is often demonstrated physically through hugs, kisses and sex. These physical displays of affection not only feel good, but are also good for you, with a number of physiological benefits. Never mind the apple, a hug and a kiss a day will help keep the doctor away.