These recipes are full of vitamins and nutrients; they provide your daily servings of vegetables, the nuts provide protein, and both are low in calories!
Great sex requires stamina, endurance, strength, balance and flexibility—just flip through the Kama Sutra. It also requires trust, support, respect and a common interest. All the things you can get from working out regularly with a partner. So it makes perfect sense that taking your significant other to the gym is not only good for your health but also your relationship.
It’s good chili weather! This recipe is great for vegetarians, and the beans and veggies make a great source of fiber. It has 10 grams of fiber per serving (daily recommendation is 20-35 grams), 12 grams of sugar and 9 grams of protein.
It is said the way to man’s heart is through his stomach. However, if some of the classic cinematic love stories like 9-1/2 Weeks, Chocolat, No Reservations, and Tom Jones are anything to go by—women’s passions also can be aroused by the potent combination of romance and a tantalizing meal. That’s why the third suggestion in this week-long series of ideas for unique Valentine’s Day gifts is a cooking class for couples.
Give each other a Valentine’s Day gift of stress relief and enhanced wellness by taking a workshop on couple massage. Not only does a well done massage feel good, research has shown that there are many health benefits of massage including:
This Valentine’s Day don’t offer your sweetheart a heart-shaped box of candy. Instead give that special someone a gift that will strengthen his or her heart and enhance your relationship—a partner yoga class. Below are three yoga studios in the Chicagoland area that have put together special Valentine’s Day yoga classes for couples.