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Foods that enhance health as well as sexuality

15 Nov

As human beings we are always trying to improve ourselves including our experience of sexual pleasure. For thousands of years men have been trying to find the right food, herbs or spices to improve their performance in the bedroom and for thousands of years certain foods were said to have some of the properties to enhance our love lives.  The foods mentioned below in and of themselves are couched in love either by the way they look or in our imagination however they are also great for health enhancement.  You can’t go wrong.

 

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Oysters
It is a food high is zinc but a common view of the power of its aphrodisiac comes from its resemblance of a woman’s vulva.

Chocolate
Packed with antioxidants, chocolate is now considered a super food (especially the dark chocolate) potential health benefits. But through the ages, it’s been linked to love and romance thanks to its effect on neurotransmitters and endorphins (the “feel good” chemicals) in the brain.

Red Wine
No romantic dinner is complete without a good bottle of wine as well as a powerful antioxidant.

Ginseng
Many aphrodisiacs gain their reputation because of their resemblance to sexual organs. This is true for ginseng, an Asian herb used to boost immune function, whose name means “man root.”

 

 

Chili Peppers
You cannot go wrong with hot chili peppers. Chilies contain capsaicin. Chilies are full of antioxidants, flavonoids and vitamin

Avocado
This ancient fruit comes from an Aztec word ahuacatl which means “testicle”. It is considered to be a fertility fruit. Avocados are also high in antioxidants, fibre and monosaturated fat.

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Asparagus
The phallic form of asparagus is coupled with is rich vitamins and mineral to put it as a super food. It tastes wonderful if done right.

Strawberries
Strawberries have the shape of nipples hence its lure as an aphrodisiac.  It is also high in vit. C and they taste wonderful

 

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Honey
Where does honeymoon come from?  Honey is sweet.  In the olden days newly weds were encouraged to drink a fermented beverage sweetened with honey. Honey is said to have cancer fighting properties as well as lots of antioxidants as well. It’s just a sweet thing.

 
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