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Nuts and Spices an Aphrodisiac? You Bet!

You've heard of oysters being an aphrodisiac, but have you considered nuts and spices?

Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, a writer, speaker, chef and vegan advocate, is on To Your Good Health Radio to talk about those raw foods and how they can be an aphrodisiac for you.

These plant-based foods create blood flow, helping stimulate our libidos.

You, too, can create a stimulating Valentine's Day dinner for your significant other tonight!
Nuts and Spices an Aphrodisiac? You Bet!
Colleen Patrick-Goudreau
headshot2-232x300colleen goudreauColleen Patrick-Goudreau is an exhilarating speaker, a powerful writer, a talented chef, and a persuasive advocate whose success can be measured by the thousands of people whose lives have been changed by her compassionate message. With a master's degree in English literature and a command of traditional and new media, Patrick-Goudreau fosters change whether she is writing books, speaking to live audiences, hosting her podcast, or producing videos.

Addressing the spiritual, social, and practical aspects of a compassionate lifestyle, Colleen is the author of three cookbooks – The Joy of Vegan Baking, The Vegan Table, and Color Me Vegan – and two vegan/compassionate living books – Vegan's Daily Companion, and The 30-Day Vegan Challenge. She has appeared on the Food Network and PBS and is a contributor to National Public Radio and The Christian Science Monitor.