Foods that You Should Try Out to Boost your Sex Drive

Foods that You Should Try Out to Boost your Sex Drive

Tue, 02/12/2013 - 09:55 -- amber

To a lot of people, an ideal Valentines is the one accompanied by loads of color red including red roses, sweet flagrances, aromatic candles and sweet soothing music.

The reality however is that you don’t need all of these things to set the right mood. What you really need is to eat aphrodisiac foods that are bound to increase your levels of arousal as well as your sex drive. Examples of these foods include:

During this Valentines, make sure that you try some and keep away any form of sexual stimulating pills

Avocados: Avocados help in boosting your libido as well as giving you enough energy to perform for as long as your sex drive may want you to. Moreover, avocados contain a high amount of omega 3 that helps in boosting one’s mood thereby getting you ready for some bedroom action in good time. Whether you are a fan of avocados or not, during this Valentines, make sure that you try some and keep away any form of sexual stimulating pills.

Similarly to avocados are the hot chillies. Hot chillies contain a unique chemical scientifically referred to as capsaicin. Capsaicin induces for the release of endorphin from the brain resulting to a feeling of ecstasy. As a result, one is guaranteed to experience a better foreplay and incredibly hot sex.

Sea food precisely oysters if served during Valentines can aid you and your partner in improving your performance in the bedroom. Oysters contain a high amount of zinc that enables the body to release testosterone. Testosterone plays a vital role in regulating both the man’s and the woman’s libido. Furthermore, this mineral foresees the increase of sperm count as well as the man’s sexual strength. If you are thinking of making babies or heightening your action in the bedroom over Valentines, then be assured that this is the ideal food for you. Simply make sure that it is included in your meal.

Chocolates contain a food component/chemical that leaves one in a naturally good mood hence stimulating their sexual arousal

Lastly, do not forget the chocolates. There is a reason why Valentines without chocolates is not worth being called a Valentines. Chocolates contain a food component/chemical that leaves one in a naturally good mood hence stimulating their sexual arousal.

Other types of foods that have been proven to contain a high aphrodisiac effect and you may go ahead and try them over Valentines and in the days to come include: almonds, asparagus, bananas, ginger, pomegranates, figs, vanilla, watermelons, salmon, walnuts, basil, garlic and most definitely red wine. By sampling just a few of these foods, your Valentine’s sex will be one of the very best that you have had in a long time.

Amber Hoffman

I am writer and editor at Bedroom Stories online magazine, writing about sexual relationships and better understanding our lives. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]

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