Foods to get you in the Mood for Sex

By:Bhadra Kamalasanan, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Jan 14, 2013

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If you are challenged in your ability to set the mood for sex off in the bedroom, these food items will help you spurt some action.
  • 1

    Asparagus

    Not only does asparagus’s phallic shape trigger love in you, its potassium and vitamin A rich content will boost sex drive. In fact, asparagus contains Vitamin E, which is intrinsic for the production of sex hormones.

  • 2

    Avocado

    The Aztecs once termed the Avocado tree as the testicle tree because avocado hang in twos and therefore, resembled testicles. They are rich in Vitamin D and E, which help the body to release more energy from food, thereby extending your time in bed.

  • 3

    Bananas

    Bananas are packed with high amount of potassium and Vitamin B, which are greatly helpful in producing sex hormones. Furthermore, they have a phallic shape to add to the flow of sensuous feelings.

  • 4

    Chocolates

    Have you wondered why you craved for chocolates, sometimes? The melting point of chocolate is our body temperature; this pleasurable feeling is what makes us crave for them. Chocolate contains a chemical called phenylethylamine, which releases in the body freely when you are in love.

  • 5

    Garlic

    Garlic triggers blood circulation, which boosts sexual performance and makes the erogenous zones extremely sensitive. It also stimulates an enzyme that is responsible for erections.

  • 6

    Strawberry

    Strawberries are described as fruit nipples in erotic literature. They are an epitome of passion and are rich in Vitamin C, which helps treat impotence.

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  • Dominic21 Apr 2013
    I love this