The Best Foods To Get You In The Mood

People have used food to lure lovers and boost arousal since the beginning of time—and it has been proven to work like a charm. In fact, nearly every first date revolves around food, according to a survey by mobile dating app Clover.




Eat these best foods get mood and have better sex with your Partner.

 

1. Oysters

Oysters
Oysters

Oysters whether cooked or raw are probably the most famous food for promoting sexy times and their high zinc content is thought to help increase the male libido and sperm count and just make sure to watch how many martinis you pair them with.

Also Read: According to Study People Fall in Love at Fourth Sight, Not a First

 

2. Chili Peppers

Chili Peppers
Chili Peppers

Yes that’s right, Sriracha is an aphrodisiac and well technically it’s chili peppers, but we all know that Sriracha’s mystery flavor comes from hot chilies and garlic, two foods known for increasing the heart rate and blood circulation.

Both which come in handy during passionate love making and we always knew we loved Sriracha, just not in that way.

 

3. Red Wine

Chili Peppers
Chili Peppers

If you are looking for a way to simultaneously boost your libido and calm those pre-date jitters, pour yourself a glass of red wine and women who drank one to two glasses of the stuff had heightened sexual desire compared to ladies who did not down any vino, a Journal of Sexual Medicine study found.

 

4. Strawberries

Strawberry
Strawberry

There’s a reason strawberries make good bedroom food and besides their high vitamin C content, the smell alone is said to make you a bit hot under the collar. In fact: In the French Countryside, cold strawberry soup was served at dinner to promote proper honeymoon activities.

 

5. Almond Milk

Almond Milk
Almond Milk

You, lactose intolerant, thought you were playing it safe by opting for almond milk before the date but if your almond milk of choice contains the thickening agent carrageen an, you are might blow up your spot and besides being linked to ulcers and inflammation, the seaweed derivative can cause major gastrointestinal distress like bloating and gas.




Kajal Sain

Kajal is Content Writer with E Friends. She Loved Blogging and currently, she is Working as writer and blogger at www.efriends.info and she writes news and articles regularly on Entertainment, Life Style, Health, Celebrities and more.

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