I have to confess that I don’t read relationship articles. Articles titled, ‘How to get him to commit,’ inspire one thing: eye rolls. I roll my eyes enough to burn serious calories. That being said, I’m always interested in articles that describe sexy food, namely food that is supposed to lead to hot orgasms.
From the land of diets, there will be a new diet that will be highlighted. Such a diet will make promises. The Better Sex Diet is yet another diet. I agree with the article in Women’s Health, that food and sex are two of the strongest desires. Humans are driven by sex and food but if we don’t have food, we don’t have the energy or the vitamin benefits. If we don’t have sex, we don’t procreate or have fun going through the reproductive motions, so it makes sense to pay attention to food, as it is to pay attention to body conditioning.
According to the Women’s Health article:
“Feast on salmon and mackerel—two fish high in omega-3 fatty acids that keep sex-hormone production humming along. And tuna is a good source of selenium (a mineral that beelines to your guy’s testicles to help increase his sperm count). And don’t forget the sides. “Ginger is a natural blood thinner, so it aids overall circulation, and edamame contains phytoestrogens, which help lubricate the vagina.”
I’ve read about the idea of pineapple juice altering the taste of sperm on other sites, but I’ve found the pineapple juice gimmick to be a sexual gimmick and I’ve eaten pomegranates, but it’s always the way that sex never coincides with the food choice but pomegranate juice is supposed to enhance sex by increasing circulation. So circulation is a key factor to enhanced sex and it makes sense. Increased blood flow enables blood cells to better transfer oxygen and nutrients to other parts of the body.
One thing is certain, I’ve never considered asparagus to be sex enhances but they apparently aid orgasms.
this vegetable is bursting with folate, a B vitamin that increases blood levels of histamine, a neurotransmitter that helps you orgasm. “Asparagus also contains the plant chemical protodioscin, which has been shown to boost arousal and even help combat erectile dysfunction in some men,” says Lynn Edlen-Nezin, Ph. D., coauthor of Great Food, Great Sex.
It’s time to start eating up!
Check out the below veggie-sex advert that was banned from the 2009 Superbowl. I wouldn’t go as far as PETA, to say that only vegetarians have better sex but it is definitely the sexiest vegetable advert I’ve seen.
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