Get back to having mind-blowing sex by eating foods that will amplify every angle of your sex life—satisfying both you and your partner.
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Pomegranate juice is the new Viagra—boosting testosterone levels, increasing sex drive, and improving sperm quality. A research team at Queen Margaret University in Edinburg, Scotland measured t-levels and blood pressure after a group of men and women drank pomegranate juice for fourteen days. Eleven different emoticons were also measured; feelings included fear, sadness, guilt, shyness, and self-assurance. The results: t-levels had increased in both sexes and there was in an increase in positive emoticons—causing negative feelings to drop. High t-levels indicate a high sex drive.
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This summer fruit is rich in sex-boosting phytonutrients. A 2008 Texas A&M research team indicated that the lycopene, citrulline, and bet-carotene found in watermelon can relax blood vessels by providing a natural enhancement to rev up your sex drive.
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Eating a handful of raspberries a day can help put the spice back in the bedroom. The reason: it’s packed with phytochemicals that can enhance your libido and sexual endurance.
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Go for ginseng tea instead of coffee in the morning, and you’ll be surprised later on. The tea contains a compound call ginsenoside, which can positively impact gonadal tissue—accountable for sperm production. It boosts sperm production while increasing sexual satisfaction.
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Ginger won’t just alleviate a sour stomach—it will also increase sexual sensation. It works by dilating your blood vessels, which can lead to a better erection.
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It’s probably not the top food on your list, but give it a chance, because it can increase sexual stimulation. Celery contains androsterone, which is an odorless hormone that’s released when you sweat—turning women on. So you may just get that hot gym chick.
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Another phytonutrient powerhouse, strawberries are linked to a higher sperm count. Bonus: dipping them into dark chocolate will release the same endorphins stimulated by sex; the responsible endorphin-releasing compound is called phenylethylamine. There’s a reason why you’re eating chocolate covered strawberries on V-day with your partner.
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This veggie is a famous aphrodisiac for having high levels of vitamin B6 and folate, which gets converted to histamine. Higher levels of histamine mean more orgasms.
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Chili peppers won’t just spice up a dish but also your sex life because capsaicin triggers the release of endorphins. Endorphins create the feeling of euphoria—hello hotter sex.
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Garlic is the king of all foods. Cook it right and you won’t be turning away your partner. The superfood contains allicin, a compound that can increase blood flow to sex organs. Be sure to flavor up each dish with this ingredient.
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Yes, they’re loaded with omega-3 fatty acids — giving you that extra energy for the bedroom. Nuts also contain high levels of arginine, the precursor to nitric oxide (NO). Heightened NO levels will allow for a firmer erection and better performance.