For a really long time, food has been used to increase sexual desire. But did you know that there are foods that actually do improve your performance? No, you don’t have to eat any exotic foods from faraway lands. These foods will all but ensure you a successful session between the sheets.
1. Dark Chocolate
Oh yes! Chocolate increases serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain. This makes us happy and lowers our stress levels. Also, cocoa increases blood flow through the arteries and relaxes the blood vessels, sending blood to all the right regions.
Zinc is a mineral that elevates testosterone while simultaneously boosting growth factor hormone. And oysters are brimming with zinc.
Eating spinach puts you in the mood by increasing the blood flow below the belt. This green leafy vegetable is rich in magnesium, a mineral that decreases inflammation in blood vessels, increasing blood flow. This can, in turn, increase arousal and make sex more pleasurable.
Hot peppers increase your metabolism and stimulate endorphins. This makes you sweat, plump your lips, and speed up your heart rate. It also gets the blood flowing to all the essential areas.
Eggs are high in protein, which is a source of stamina. They’re also low in calories. In addition, they’re a good source of amino acid L-arginine, which has been shown to be effective in treating different types of heart ailments and erectile dysfunction.
Iceberg lettuce contains an opiate that helps to activate sex hormones. Nosh on a bowl at dinner and rev your sex drive!
This spice is a treat for your stomach and sex life. Saffron can improve sexual performance, so soak the threads in hot liquid for 15 minutes and add to any grain like rice, quinoa, or barley.
8. Black Raspberries
This phytochemical-rich food enhances both libido and sexual endurance. Consume 10 black raspberries or a tablespoon of the seeds a few hours before getting busy.
Figs are considered excellent stimulants of fertility and enhance the secretion of pheromones. Feast on up to five figs before getting it on and find out for yourself.
We bet you didn’t know that ginger is also a libido enhancer. Whether raw, in supplement form, or added to your favorite recipe or drink, ginger also lends itself to fight against winter’s hard cold and flu season.