Feeling blue? Your diet could be to blame! Here are six foods to eat and six foods to avoid to keep your mood stable and your spirits high.
When selecting recipes for your Valentine's Day celebration, you might want to consider more than just taste preferences. If you want to feel friskier, add one or more of these reputed aphrodisiacs to the menu. While many of these foods' powers are rooted solely in lore and ancient tradition, they are mostly whole foods, with plenty of nutrition to offer. Don't consider these ingredients to be a prescription for a better love life or anything that ails you, but do check out the delicious recipes that showcase them!
by Stepfanie Romine, Staff Writer
Chips and dip are a classic snack pairing. You simply can't go wrong by serving them, no matter the occasion! But if you want to jazz up your buffet table, swap the usual bag of potato chips and tub of store-bought dip with one of these simple yet sumptuous offerings. They're so good you'll be tempted to double dip!