Before the days of expressing one's love to another through the giving of pretty paper-cut and decorated Valentine's Day cards, before all of the flowers and chocolate, before all of the special dinners by candlelight, before the champagne and lingerie . . . was the first commemoration for Saint Valentine by Pope Gelasius in 496 A.D.! Valentine was a priest in the Catholic Church who was martyred for his Faith by the Roman emperor on February 14th around the year 270.
Truthfully, St. Valentine died for love! That should cause one to think about this little holiday in a completely different way!
Valentine’s Day is a day focused on relationships. However you choose to celebrate whether it is breakfast in bed, chocolate-dipped strawberries, or a romantic dinner out on the town, this holiday often brings to light one of the challenges of being in a relationship: compromising.
Even when it comes to what we eat, compromising is an essential element of any healthy relationship and (as many people in relationships will attest) if often no easy feat. This is especially true on this romantic day of days when the joy you feel as a result of being in a good relationship is, in large part, represented by food. So, how can we keep the romance alive on Valentine’s Day and in the days that follow without compromising our waistline or the health of our relationships?
Valentines is very important in terms of marriage, it builds the relationship and make successful contact with the partner, little things really matters whether it’s a relationship or making a quick way to reach heart through stomach…
List of food items which creates romance; choice of food also matters of an individual, anything which you eat, share with your partner eventually becomes special but there is some research and psyche related to these food items let us show u how?
Most of the dates purposely plans on a coffee table...thus cold or hot coffee is the beginning point from where the relationships starts….soft and hard drinks comes later but they all are as important as coffee, experts say all red wines are a good source to aid “good” cholesterol.
Extremely healthy and controls body weight if taken moderately helps resolving immunity power.
An irresistible treat but to certain amount of caffeine is necessary for the body and but contain high amount of calorie too….intake has to be moderate.
love sugar candies, marshmallows, marzipans, cotton candies and so on…it tempts the viewer to its extreme but has less nutritive value too….you know better what to do with it right?
Light in weight, digestible soft chewy and taste even better if it’s fetch and cooked freshly and has numerous amount of essential nutrition’s. Excellent sources of omega-3-fatty acids, and canned fish contains soft bones that give an added boost of calcium intake.
Speaking of romance, men seem to like steak sort of a lot. And the one in my life seems to enjoy this particular steak dinner quite a bit. Should you be part of a perfect human pairing, you might make this perfect dinner on Valentine's Day for your better half.A type of meal which is suitable for two, mostly eaten and ordered in restaurants by dates and couples, it completes the hunger of the time. A home cooked meal is surely a more original gift than a dozen roses, and definitely less awkward than a chocolate bas-relief of your lover’s face
Both are different things but the benefit partially similar. It has been used since centuries for making medicines…it’s undoubtedly the right option to choose in term of living healthy life.Incorporating olives and herbs into daily cooking will helps to balance the diet.
Fruits also help reduce high blood pressure, blood cholesterol & body fat. Risk of breast cancer among postmenopausal women gets reduced due to an increased intake of fruits. Higher consumption of fruits, berries and vegetables reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease-related death Grapes has citric juices which helps to maintain the body weight Blueberries, cranberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries – Berries are a good source fiber good for digestion, potassium helps preventing diseases and vitamin C’ a vital source of energy.
Vegetables, in Valentines, are the edible parts of plants that are rich in various nutrients & dietary fibers and pose amazing health benefits if consumed on a regular basis... such as Asparagus, Spinach and figs. Vegetables are known to protect against chronic disease because of their rich content of many photochemical. Health authorities in Valentines recommend regular consumption of at least one citrus fruit and one cruciferous vegetable to stay healthy.
Now you know the secret of making love in a healthy romantic way? Without much ado stock your fridge with this heart-healthy delicious food item for this season.
Love is in the air….Our top most 32 recipes for Valentines…. which covers all the important courses of meals and fall in healthy, easy to prepare category. Enjoy loving and cooking this season with making your spouse feel special …it’s all about expressing and showing the right gesture to your sweet heart!