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8 Top Aphrodisiac Foods
By Monica Bologna
Although it’s still chilly outside, Valentine’s Day has a tendency to heat up the month. If it is a special night you’re after but aren’t sure what foods will create certain moods, don’t worry. Eco News has compiled a list of aphrodisiac eats to provide the passion you crave this V-Day.
Be sure to visit the grocery store before V-day arrives so you can fill your cart with these aphrodisiac foods and have a great, healthy night.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
This article is reposted with permission from Eco News Network.
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