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Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods for Valentine’s Day

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods for Valentine’s Day

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods for Valentine’s Day

Make your Valentine’s Day meal bootylicious

Cooking your lover the right meal on Valentine’s Day can help quickly turn the mood from slow cooker to pressure cooker.  Certain foods are loaded with nutrients that are natural aphrodisiacs.  

 At the end of the day, your best sheet clutching moments are a hormonal and blood flow induced.  If you can prime your body for the right autonomic response with naturally occurring nutrients, you are on your way to Valentine’s Day bliss.  Below are my Top 10 bootylicious foods that will increase blood flow to your extremities and maximize hormone production.

 

Avocado and Asparagus

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Avocados and Asaparagus

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Avocados  

 

Avocado and asparagus are loaded with vitamin E, which helps promote the production of hormones like testosterone, estrogen and progesterone. Each of these hormones has its own unique physiological response on the body that are  conducive to wet and wild activities.

 

 

Bananas

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Bananas

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Bananas

 

Bananas are loaded with potassium, which can play a key ingredient to your next big “O-Face.”  Potassium helps with muscle endurance and acute muscle strength. Nether region muscle contractions can be spiked with the consumption of a large banana. Just like the Olympic speeds skater, you can do your own prepping before the mattress races. I hope you win the gold medal. 

 

 

Chocolate

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Chocolate

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Chocolate

 

Chocolate is one of the most effective chemical stimulants to induce euphoria. Coco is natures version of ecstasy.   The chemical Phenylethamine is a stimulant that creates a feeling of well-being. With many people, they are willing to try new things when they are euphoric. My note of caution, there is a fine line between eating enough chocolate to get this euphoria and suddenly feeling fat and unattractive. Take head gentlemen.  

 

Wine

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Wine

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Wine

 

“Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker” Two big benefits of wine. First, alcohol in moderation lowers inhibitions and can lead to frisky behaviors. Second, it all comes back to increased blood flow. Resveratrol, an antioxidant, can help boost blood flow to the entire body, including the corkscrew.

 

Oysters

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Oysters

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Oysters

 

Oysters, like many other types of shellfish, contain Zinc. This mineral has been proven to excite the generation of Testosterone, which is known to increase libido in men and women.  Most shellfish also contains B12 which helps with energy and endurance to shuck all night. 

 

 

Chile Peppers

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Chile Peppers

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Chile Peppers

 

Capsicum, the ingredient in chile peppers that burns your tongue, improves blood flow through the body. Do you know what happens when you  have increase blood flow?  The nerve endings tends to get stimulated, resulting in increased sensitivity to delicate body parts.   Just be sure to wash your hands and brush your teeth before jumping into the freaky behavior on the kitchen table.

 

Pomegranate Juice

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Pomegranate

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Pomegranate

 

This is another fruit that increases the efficiency of blood flow. As we already discussed, blood flow directly increases the sensitivity of extremities. 

 

Salmon

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Salmon

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Salmon

 

Salmon is loaded with beneficial Omega-3 fatty acids. Not only are they good for your heart health, they are good at keeping hormone production at peak levels. Once the night gets steamy, you don’t your tuna boat captain to loose interest before making the big catch. 

 

Watermelon

The secret nutrient  Phytonutrient citrulline in watermelon relaxes the body’s blood vessels. The result is blood circulating easily to all parts of the body. This process is apparently fairly rapid, resulting in potential rapid arousal. Make an Aqua Fresca, where a majority of the drink is Watermelon juice.

 

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Watermelon

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Watermelon

 

Basil

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Basil

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Basil

 

Basil is known for creating a general sense of well-being and is known for heating the body up through an increase of circulation. By itself, increased circulation could just make you warm, so be sure to use this in combination with other ingredients as well.   Multiple body signals will usually incite frisky behaviors.

 

Bonus: Anise Seeds

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods - Anise

Top 10 Aphrodisiac Foods – Anise

 

These seeds contain estrogenic compounds. For several millennium, people have been using anise seeds to increase milk production, reduce cramps and most importantly that priming the pump way down south.

 

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Tom grew up in a cultural diverse neighborhood and a culturally diverse family, so he has learned to appreciate all types of food. "I am not a Chef, nor do I play one on T.V., but I have learned to appreciate food from years of eating and cooking." Tom also spent 10 years in the restaurant industry in various roles, from Prep Cook to server.

21 comments

  1. Love the post. We will be having some red wine on Valentine’s Day to celebrate. :)

  2. Seriously? I didn’t know these foods were aphrodesiacs. If that is the case, I ought to be the sexiest person around as I already eat all these regularly. Except the oysters. Too expensive.

  3. Wine, chocolate, and oysters set the romantic mood. Will they all work?

  4. Love the post and the humor too! Wish I liked asparagus and avocado though!

  5. Lots of great ideas for Valentine’s Day. Some I didn’t know about. My one thought would be to not try to eat all those foods at once.

  6. Wow these are all foods that I eat quite a bit, but my favorites are definitely wine and chocolate. Will be having them on V-day! Shouldn’t be a problem! :-)

    -commenting on behalf of Robert of kungphoo

  7. Who says that those food are aphrodisiac ?

  8. Great list! In my country (Haiti) it is said that conch is an aphrodisiac ;)

  9. Thanks for the information. Now I know what to put on my grocery list! :)

  10. Wow! This will come in handy for a lot of folks next week ;-) I thought asparagus would make the list? I have avocados and bananas everyday. Hmmmmm :-)

  11. Very suggestive health foods to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

  12. I always look forward to getting some chocolate on Valentine’s Day! Thanks for this post!

  13. I love this one honey! Great pictures and well written. I especially love the banana shot! :)

  14. Wow – I’ve heard of Oysters as aphrodisiac but very few of the others (although Wine is an obvious I guess!)

  15. Very witty post with some great ideas…especially the wine!

  16. Looks like a Valentine’s Day meal I would enjoy and yes wine, wine & more wine!

  17. Chocolate and wine will do.. love this 10 aphrodisaic Foods

  18. I love avocado and bananas they really are superfoods in so many ways. Also love chillis and having my tonge burnt :p x

  19. My honey is sure gonna love this list! He already eats most of these a few times a week! (Explains a lot!)

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