With Valentine’s Day around the corner, learn how to put together the ultimate start to the day with these breakfast in bed tips.
It’s Valentine’s Month! Just because the big day of LOVE was last week doesn’t mean we have to stop celebrating. Obviously, Nutrition Nuptials is all about celebrating love that our couples have for each other. Which is why we’re going to get a little lovey dovey this week with TWO-getherness Tip #2: More Love, Hugs, and Kisses
Happy Valentine’s Day! How will you be celebrating the Day of Love? With your Significant Other? Close friends? Or maybe even yourself for some serious self-care. Mr E and I rarely ever go out on Valentine’s Day. Mostly because neither of us particularly care about the Greeting Card Holiday. And because we don’t want to deal with crowds, price fix menus, and remembering to make a reservation. Want to hear more about it? Check out our teaser Podcast episode all about Valentine’s Day!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a sneak peek of the Nutrition Nuptials Podcast. Meet your hosts, Mandy and Taco Enright. Check out the show that’s dedicated to helping couples learn how to live their happily, health-fully ever after. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to get new episodes as they become available. Subscribe to the Nutrition Nuptials Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Radio Public, and more. Continue reading “Podcast: Valentine’s Day Special Episode”
Happy Valentine’s Day! Whether you have a Valentine to celebrate with, or close friends and family to share your love, make sure to tell someone you love them today. Mr E and I have romantic plans of dinner at home since we’re not really into going out to overpriced dinners on sudo-holidays. As I plan what to make for dinner, it reminds me of the first meal I made for Mr E back in our dating days that started 11 1/2 years ago (eep!). I was not a dietitian at the time. A “healthy” meal was less of a priority than a tasty meal. Especially because I wanted to hook my man! So I won him over with my specialty at the time: Chicken Parmesan with homemade sauce. Obviously it worked! Continue reading “Wooed by Food: Love at First Bite”
February brings is not only the month of love, but also brings awareness to the strongest muscle in our body: the heart. Lots of emphasis is put on relationships this month with Valentine’s Day approaching. But the most important relationship of all is to care for your heart and the heart health of your significant other as we celebrate American Heart Month this February. Continue reading “Couples Heart Health: Two Hearts That Beat As One”
Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone. You may assume that as someone who writes a blog dedicated to couples, I would be a big softy for Valentine’s Day. The truth is, Valentine’s is super-low in my rankings when it comes to favorite holidays. Part of it comes from being a jaded single high schooler. And part of it comes from my lack of understanding why I have to be forced to tell the one I love that I’m supposed to love them extra special one day a year.
If you ask me, as long as food looks and tastes delicious, it’s sexy. But there are also some hidden gems found in certain foods that can increase the sexiness of a meal and maybe even spark some after-dinner delight. Certain foods have been well-researched on their aphrodisiac properties. You probably are already away of the obvious ones- chocolate, strawberries, figs, oysters, and champagne. Others have been found to have positive influences on our heart and brain, which in turn leads to some sexy side effects. Whether you’re going out to dinner or staying home to avoid the Valentine’s Day hype, be sure to include a few of these sexy foods in your Valentine’s Day meals. Continue reading “Sexy Foods to Enjoy this Valentine’s Day”