Include blueberries in your diet for a healthy love life, says expert.
According to nutritionist Dora Walsh, the berries contain proanthocyanidins, a plant chemicals that is believed to keep blood vessels flexible and blood flowing around the body that could work wonders in your romantic life, reports contactmusic.com.
"Blueberries can easily be incorporated into what we eat every week. Blueberries are a great source of the nutrient manganese which helps us get energy from food - all important for Valentine's night.
"Blueberries not only make you feel great, many of my clients eat them for healthy skin and their nutrient content could hold the key to giving our skin a Valentine's glow, which makes us more attractive to the opposite sex," said Walsh.
Blueberries are also packed full of soluble fibre which many people consume to help push excess cholesterol through the digestive system before it can be broken down, and deposited along the walls of the arteries.
Clear arteries are important for healthy healthy heart.