The food of love
Planning a passionboosting menu for Valentine’s Day? Then you’re spoilt for choice! So many delicious foods have aphrodisiac properties – like these, for starters…
Big, red and juicy, this fruit contains citrulline which helps relax and dilate the blood vessels. It’s said to have a Viagra-like effect!
Eating celery increases the pheromone levels in a man’s sweat, making him more appealing to women – and not just to you! You’d better make sure he eats plenty of the stuff with you only!
Smelly garlic – an aphrodisiac? Surely not! But garlic contains allicin which is meant to increase blood flow flflow to the sex organs. But be aware – you’ll need to eat it for a month to reap the full lust-enhancing benefits.
These nuts have long been associated with fertility. They’re rich in selenium, zinc and omega three fatty acids, which improve blood flow – to all areas of the body, including those down below!
Not only are they obvious phallic symbols, but these nutritious foods are loaded with potassium, magnesium and B vitamins, which all help with vitality and energy – very useful in love-making! In some parts of Central America, it’s traditional to drink the sap of a red banana as an aphrodisiac. Hindus believe that bananas are a symbol of fertility. A banana left on a doorstep is said to indicate the forthcoming marriage of the occupants.