By Kabir Bhatia
We like to be on top of our game all the time, but now and then we go through a slump in our bedroom life. Including these 8 super foods in your diet will reduce occurences of slump and help you score better.
Called 'natural viagra', multiple servings of this cool fruit daily can pep up your sex life. Watermelon contains citrulline, an amino acid that helps dilate blood vessels and heighten sexual pleasure.
Called the 'food of Gods', honey has aphrodisiacal properties that will certain up your libido if you include a spoonful in your everyday diet. Vitamin B in honey stimulates production of male hormone, 'testosterone' thus improving your drive.
Also known as 'erotic asparagus', this exotic plant is a love catalyst for both sexes. From time immemorial, sexologists have been recommending asparagus in regular diet to brighten things in bed.
Sure it doesn't smell heavenly, but it is an established fact that garlic contributes positively to your sex drive. The chemical 'allicin' in garlic increases blood circulation that rushes blood to all the organs of a body, including your vitals.
You may not find it readily available, and some vegetarians don't eat them, but you must have the exotic Oysters whenever you can lay your hands on them. Oysters are rich in zinc, which is necessary to produce the male-hormone testosterone. Loaded with amino acids and serotonin, oysters significantly improve a man response to pleasure.
Ginseng is a herb that has been used for ages to treat sexual dysfunctions, especially erectile dysfunction in men. Use ginseng in your beverages regularly for reviving your sex life. Adding saffron to ginseng makes it a potent, natural love drug.
The luscious beet root has a host of health properties including triggering amorous feelings. Being a natural source of 'tryptophan' and 'betaine', substances that promote a feeling of well-being, beet also contains high amounts of boron, a mineral that increases the level of sex hormones in the human body.
There's nothing in life a little chocolate can't fix! And that includes libido. Chocolate increases the levels of serotonin (pleasure enzyme) and tickles both, your sweet tooth and sweet spot.
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