The oyster has been heralded for years as food that can increase the libido and put you in the mood for a little loving with your spouse, but oysters aren’t exactly something people eat every day. Luckily there are other more common foods that boost your libido while giving a spark to your sexual appetite that could make you a hit with your wife or girlfriend this evening. Below you’ll find 7 foods that will get you in the mood naturally without having to go through a lot of trouble to do it.
The Aztecs called avocado "ahuacatl" or "testicle tree" for its resemblance to a certain part of the male body, but they are also aptly named because they vitamin B6 and potassium nutrients that can help increase you hormone production (i.e. your libido). They also contain folic acid which helps you to metabolize proteins to have more energy when the fun begins.
Nuts are loaded with essential fatty acids which aid in your body’s production of hormones, help in giving you energy to please your woman and it is reported that almonds can inspire passion on men and women when smelled.
This fruit contains the bromelain enzyme which can help increased the libido and reverse impotence in men. They also are filled with potassium, vitamin B6 and riboflavins that boost your body’s energy.
There is something about strawberries that bring out the eroticism and help to increase the libido for both men and women; from the sweet, succulent smell to the suggestive nature when you feed it to your partner. Strawberries can get your passion working double time to make a night together one to remember.
Sure it’s not the sexiest of foods on the menu, but liver contains glutamine that has been shown to help increase a slowed-down libido in men as well as fuel and boost your immune system.
These little fruits are filled with amino acids that can help to get the libido going and increase your sexual stamina. Figs also have a sensual aspect to them with their tangy, sweet scent and their suggestive shape that can get a woman subconsciously in the mood without even trying.
The sweet treat contains phenylethylamine, the chemical believed to produce that feeling of being “in love” as well as theobromine, an alkaloid that is similar to caffeine that can provide energy for a night of loving.