Some foods are allies when it comes to ensuring a warm night in bed
By Carol Contri
Making the night more interesting and hot is what every couple desires. But in addition to preparing the environment with sexy lingerie and music, we can use certain foods to our advantage. According to their properties, they can be aphrodisiacs and sharpen our desires and libido. Check out a list that we have prepared specially for you to test and try:
Fruits and spices
Strawberries, raspberries and bananas can have a great impact on your desire level, making all the difference in how you feel. Vanilla, curry and ginger cause the same sensation in the body. Ginger, as well as asparagus, can also help prolong erectile function and stimulate female lubrication.
When you talk about food and libido, you cannot forget chocolate. It causes the brain to release serotonin, a neurotransmitter that regulates mood, sleep, appetite, heart rate, and body temperature. It is perfect for anyone who wants a hot night in bed.
Honey helps the body to better use estrogen, the female hormone, and also increases levels of testosterone, the male hormone.
Oysters are filled with zinc, a mineral that boosts the production of testosterone, and this directly causes increased desire and sexual performance.
Pomegranates have great antioxidant potential, which protects the lining of blood vessels and allows more blood to pass through them, increasing genital sensitivity and arousal levels.
A substance found in very spicy peppers increases circulation and helps to get blood pumping at the extremities of the body, which stimulates nerve endings and makes you feel more ”connected” throughout the day.
Nuts contain essential oils such as, zinc and omega 3 fats, that are good for the heart and for blood circulation. As we have now learned, these are great for our sex lives!