We’re about to tell you a fun way to upgrade your sex drive. It’s called eating, and these are five foods that are sure to add a little boost to your sex life.
A classic treat loved by all, dark chocolate is here to get you in the mood. This delicious snack is chock full of antioxidants, which have been linked to reducing the risk of cervical cancer in women, and, enhancing sexual pleasure. Get yourself some strawberries (also a mojo munchie) and mix the two for an awesome sexy snack.
It’s time to get a little nuts. That’s right, Brazil nuts. These little bad boys contain a nutrient called selenium, and it can help fight the risk of prostate cancer in men. That alone is pretty great, but the nutrient is also responsible for the stimulation of healthy ova and sperm production. So go ahead… grab some nuts.
What’s the one thing you think of when someone says arousal-inducing superfoods? Celery, that’s what. this green, fibrous veggie is actually able to increase a woman’s sexual desire. Yes, you read correctly — eating celery will make her want you more. The vegetable contains androsterone, a hormone that men release that appeals to the opposite sex. Bonus fact for the sexy celery? It can actually help in the production of sperm.
Yes, none other than everyone’s favorite hairy green and brown fruit, the kiwi. That’s right, this little guy is loaded with vitamin C, which is known to help increase the libido, along with fertility. Don’t like kiwis? Feel free to snatch up any citrus-based fruit at the grocery store. Vitamin C — it’s not just for fighting the flu anymore.
Last but not least, it’s a staple in millions of dishes worldwide, it tastes great, and vampires don’t dig it. It’s garlic, and it’s here to get you laid… sort of. Thanks to an ingredient named allicin, garlic can actually help blood flow to sexual organs, in men and in women. Cook her a little pasta e olio, and watch the magic happen. Not a fan of garlic breath? Grab yourself some garlic pills instead, even though real garlic is so, so tasty, you monster.
So there you have it — eat right and play safe.