Friday, February 14, 2014

5 Foods that work wonders for your Romantic Life

We can’t live without food, and we can’t love without food. Eating the right foods can improve your romantic life in a variety of ways – it can make your skin glow, it can improve blood circulation in your body and infuse you with happiness and energy. Here are some foods that you should eat in order to improve your romantic life:

Eating a cupfull of blueberries once a day may help spice up your love life. According to nutritionist Dora Walsh, the berries contain proanthocyanidins, a plant chemicals that is believed to keep blood vessels flexible and blood flowing around the body that could work wonders in your romantic life. 
Bananas are not only one of the most suggestive fruits of all times due to their phallic shape,  they are also rich in nutrients that help produce sexual hormones. They contain male libido enhancing minerals and  enzymes, and regulate secretion of serotonin which is known to be responsible for the euphoric feeling after intercourse. They also help replenish low levels of glucose in the body giving you an instant kick of energy after you've eaten it. Here are some healthy reasons to go bananas!
A symbol of love since the Roman era, basil has been regarded as an aphrodisiac for centuries now. Its leaves consist of various nutrients that enhance libido and are a rich source of vitamin A, C, magnesium and potassium.
Red wine
Not only does red wine keep you looking young, it boosts sexual desire in both men and women. A research done at the University of Florence concluded that women who drank a glass of red wine regularly had better libido than others who did not. What’s more, flavonoids present in red wine reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases when consumed in moderation. Red wine is also known to release stress and make you happier. Instead of sipping it from a glass, try cooking red wine-tomato pasta on V-Day for main course.
Dark chocolate
One of my favourites. Filled with antioxidants, dark chocolate has health as well as sexual benefits. It has been associated with lowering the risk of heart disease and turning on the pleasure sensors in the brain. They contain feel-good chemicals and the ‘love chemical’ PEA (phenylethylamine). PEA peaks during orgasm and induces feelings of attraction and euphoria by releasing dopamine in the brain. Chocolates also promote a sense of well-being and relaxation. End your romantic dinner, with a serving of chocolate-coated strawberries for dessert and reap in the benefits of all these aphrodisiac foods after that. Read more about the health benefits of chocolate.
Besides these, herbs like ginseng, ashwagandha, shilajit, etc. are also known to charge up your sex life.

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