5 Sexy & Slimming Foods For Valentine's Day
If you don't believe that mustard is indeed a sexy food, maybe a quick history lesson will change your mind. Monks in the Middle Ages were prohibited from eating mustard because it was believed to intensify sexual temptation. This tangy yellow condiment increases adrenalin, lowers blood pressure, and boosts metabolism.
Amplify your sex drive with vitamin B6 and potassium loaded asparagus. This body healthy green is a natural diuretic that is low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals which streamline your body and reduce bloat.
Incorporate these proven aphrodisiac foods into a creative Valentine's Day dinner, nourishing both your body and your bond.
Not only do chili peppers boost metabolism, they also contain concentrated quantities of capsaicin, a potent chemical that increases the heart rate, amplifies the sensitivity of nerve endings, and stimulates the release of endorphins. Try adding a dash of Cajun to your favorite home-cooked vegetable saute.
Even if their suggestive shape doesn't excite you, the high levels of zinc in oysters increase testosterone levels. Casanova was rumored to eat at least 50 a day to support his romantic escapades. You can probably manage with a mere 6.
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