“Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon
or not at all.”
~ Harriet Van Horne
Whether you’re single or in a relationship, food can be a wonderful part of Valentines Day. And you don’t have to overindulge and feel unhealthy. Think of the types of food that make you feel good, sexy, happy, fulfilled. If your favorite foods are not necessarily made up of the healthiest ingredients, perhaps you can find a healthier substitute, or simply allow yourself a little indulgence, but make sure to round it out with some healthy fiber-filled morsels to fill you up.
I’ll share with you what I think I’ll have today, and hopefully it will inspire you. For breakfast I’ll start off with a hearty hot cereal, with lots of fruit and pumpkin seeds. For lunch, I shall treat myself to my current favorite salad made with chopped kale, avocado, hazelnuts, persian cucumber, cara cara oranges and grated parmesan. I’m not sure yet what delectables I’ll have for dinner, but I think I’ll end the day with a delicious cup of hot chocolate, made with whole milk, unsweetened cocoa powder and a little bit of organic light cane sugar.
The most important thing you can do for yourself today (and every day) is love yourself as much as you want to be loved by another.
Here’s a little song I put together for you with my friend Alex Chu. Hope you enjoy.
Valentine’s Day Song