Are you a food fiend like myself? How about a sex fan? Well, there are many foods that can help turn things up in the bedroom. They’re called – aphrodisiacs! Here’s what you need to know about these foods if you want to turn on that hottie you’ve been trying to hook up with.
History Of Aphrodisiac Foods And Which To Eat
All throughout history, food has been a central component of all kinds of sexual exploits. From the ancient Greeks and Egyptians to our modern day, there has been a litany of food staples that have always been synonymous with sex.
However, just because something looks or tastes sexual, doesn’t mean it’s a true boost to your drive and desire when it comes to the bedroom. Science has backed up many historical narratives about which foods are best to get you ready for the night, and you can enjoy these in a variety of ways and still get the kick you’re looking for!
I Love Me Some Oysters
One of the most, if not most, a classic of all aphrodisiac foods, are oysters. These slimy morsels may seem like an odd choice, but they are in fact backed up by science and are useful to both genders.
Featuring a high amount of amino acids and proven to boost your dopamine levels, oysters are a good opening salvo to a meal that will have you hitting the sheets before dessert is served. Enjoyed a variety of ways, most commonly with lemon and hot sauce, oysters are a quick and natural boost that everyone could find useful in the bedroom. If you want to kill two birds with one stone, then you might consider taking some vodka oyster shooters.
Watermelon Made The List
A not as popular, but also effective food aphrodisiac, is watermelon. Known as a summertime staple, these fruits are available year round and actually have an excellent effect on expanding blood vessels. For guys out there, slices of fresh watermelon can help get the blood flowing and produce stronger and longer lasting erections.
What’s great about this juicy fruit is that it is mainly water, which will keep you hydrated and focused for a long night of lovemaking! It is also sweet and sensual, and with a crack of salt and pepper, can prove a very tasty bite to help lead you into lovemaking.
Stinky Pee Greens
This one’s going to sound even stranger, but many people use asparagus as an aphrodisiac. The long green stems are suggestive enough, but they are actually high in vitamin B, which helps increase blood flow and alertness.
This is a great choice because it can be seamlessly added to most dinner plates, and does not take a lot to make taste delicious. A bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper after some light roasting will provide an excellent crunch that gets both men and women in the mood! However, don’t eat too much or your piss will smell rotten as it gets.
Avocados / Chili Peppers
Two other excellent pairing foods that will help spark some chemistry are avocados and chili peppers – the hotter the pepper the better! Avocados are ubiquitous and can be added to all sorts of meals, and require little to no preparation. The high vitamin E content makes it an excellent choice to maintain energy levels and boost libido.
The spicy kick of chili peppers ignites endorphins that promote a healthy sex drive, and it can also be added to all sorts of meals without taking over the entire dish. The increase in heart rate is vital in getting your sexual drive into gear.
Good Ole Sweet Chocolate
Lastly, one of the most classic aphrodisiacs is chocolate! Sweet, romantic, and sticky when hot, the smell and texture of the chocolate is sure to get anyone in the mood. With a luscious chocolate-based dessert, you’ll find yourself hopping into bed in no time!
Well, at this point, my advice would be to either hit a nice restaurant that serves these foods with your date or make them at home. You’ve got options, just make sure that they include the foods mentioned above.
Now if you’re eating foods that make you horny, while not combine that effort with some hottie from the Uberhorny app. Chances are she’s already horny AF, to begin with!