Ah, Valentine’s Day.
On the one hand, it’s one of the most romantic days of the year. On the other hand, there’s a lot of pressure to perform.
To find the right card. Choose the right bouquet. Plan the right meal.
And yes, let’s be honest, perform in the bedroom as well. After all, romance and sex go hand in hand.
Which is why it’s so exciting to know that planning the right meal and bedroom performance can go hand in hand, too!
There are foods that can boost your libido, ensuring you both have a romantic night to remember.
10 libido boosting foods for better sex starting TODAY
From the obvious to the obscure, these are ten of our favorite libido boosting foods to get you through Valentine’s Day dinner, and all the dinners after…
Since every meal needs a healthy green side dish, pick one that will boost your libido as well as taste delicious.
Asparagus contains folate and vitamin B6, which help boost arousal and can intensify orgasm. Plus, it effects both men and women, so everyone’s happy.
From the round, inviting shape, to the smooth texture, and the delicate flavor, avocados are just sexy – and have been considered so for centuries.
But it’s not just the sensual aspects of avocado that will boost your libido. They’re packed with vitamins and minerals that can enhance your sex life, including vitamin E that helps promote blood flow everywhere.
Yes, the humble vegetable many people spend their adult lives avoiding is actually a food that will boost your libido.
Its high levels of vitamin C helps keep the blood flowing and has been linked with female arousal.
If you prefer breakfast for dinner, you’re in luck!
Crack a few eggs and get the stamina you need for an all night long sex session. Eggs have protein, for added energy, but are also a good source of L-arginine, which may help men achieve and maintain an erection.
There’s nothing quite like an exotic and mysterious food to help boost your libido and make the evening a bit mysterious. And when that food tastes as sweet and delicious as figs do, it’s even better.
Since the time of Cleopatra, figs have been valued for their sensual delights, and now we understand why – they increase the levels of pheromones you emit, helping make you that much more attractive to your partner.
One of the most traditional foods for boosting libido and sex drive, even the act of eating oysters is considered to be sexy by many people.
But it’s not just the sensations of eating oysters that does the trick. These jewels of the sea work on several levels.
First, they’re loaded with zinc, which is necessary for the development of testosterone. Then, they also contain B12 for added blood flow and enlarged blood vessels to make sure you (or he!) stays powerful and ready for another roll in the hay all night long.
Finally, they may even help produce dopamine, which boosts libido in women, as well as men.
Is there a more classic libido boosting food than sensual strawberries?
The sweet flavor and deep red color practically scream sex.
And it’s not just your imagination. Strawberries are an excellent source of antioxidants and Vitamin C which, when combined, have been shown to help boost testosterone levels.
8. Sweet potatoes:
It would almost be faster to make a list of ways sweet potatoes don’t help your sex life.
Start with vitamin C and its anti-aging effects, so you feel younger.
Move on to iron, for the natural energy boost that can help make all night sex happen. And finish up with the potassium that’s so good for supporting healthy blood pressure that it can help with male performance!
Hopefully, you live somewhere you can get watermelon in February, but if you don’t, hold onto this one for later in the year. Because watermelon is going to become your favorite libido boosting food.
It contains several nutrients that help relax blood vessels so you can get strong, long-lasting erections. Plus, if you happen to get a little sticky eating it, well, that can be fun, too.
And yes we finish up with chocolate, the ultimate libido boosting food and classic Valentine’s gift, all in one heart-shaped box.
Chocolate creates a sense of excitement, happiness, even love, all within the brain, so you really do feel romantic. It can increase attraction, deepen arousal, and even improve sexual satisfaction. For best results, indulge in a dark chocolate.
When it comes time for Valentine’s Day, don’t skimp on the roses, and set your table for a truly romantic dinner. Plan your meal around these ten foods that boost your libido – and let the rest of the evening take care of itself.
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