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Nuts and Spices an Aphrodisiac? You Bet!

Summary: These plant-based foods create blood flow, helping stimulate our libidos.
Air Date: 2/14/13
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. David Friedman
Guest Bio: 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.
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!
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