MILWAUKEE -- Valentine's Day is known for its sweet treats -- but it doesn't have to be unhealthy. Clinical nutritionist, Paige Welsh, joins FOX6 WakeUp with how to enjoy a healthy Valentine's Day dinner and dessert.
How to Enjoy a Healthy Valentine’s Day Dinner & Dessert:
A Word About Chocolate:
Chocolate can be very healthy. The right kind is loaded with antioxidants and magnesium, can improve your mood and cognition, lowers your blood pressure and is heart-healthy. Look for dark chocolate with 80% cocoa content or higher with minimal or no added sugar.
The Different Forms of Chocolate Powders: