Valentines day, the day of enjoying time with your special one!
Did you get a chance to celebrate Valentines with your loved one?
The reality, the time you still have to put the kids to bed, make dinner, get home from work late and definitely don’t feel in the mood!
I may just have the answer – take some time this weekend or any weekend and check to celebrate Valentines.
Check out My Top 5 Aphrodisiac Foods:
Cacao has been shown to increase human levels of dopamine, serotonin and brain oxytocin, arguably the three most important brain chemicals responsible for making us feel sexy.
Arugula contains an antioxidant that blocks the absorption of contaminants that offset testosterone production. Sexiness is synonymous with testosterone!
Watermelon contains the antioxidant citrulline, which increases the amount of nitric oxide in the blood. Nitric oxide is the body’s consummate blood vessel dilator. Circulation is essential for vitality and sexiness!
Oysters, the consummate aphrodisiac, contain high concentrations of omega 3 fats, which support circulation, increasing the likelihood of stronger erections in men.
Almonds are rich in zinc, which has been shown to increase sperm counts in both animal and human studies. The high levels of magnesium found in almonds aid with the body’s relaxation response, putting the mind at ease and more likely in the mood for sex.
However, be advised! One person’s turn-on may be another’s turn-off. Not everybody responds the same way to every aphrodisiac food. Everything is energy, and everything has its own unique “DNA like” energy code- people and food included. While one person’s energy code may match well with arugula’s, making him the next
How to Discover which Are YOUR Best Sexy Foods
Discovering which of these five aphrodisiac foods are most likely to put you in the mood can be a fun and easy couple’s activity. The key to cracking your energy code is a simple muscle testing procedure that you can learn in mere minutes. Your nervous system knows your code, and your muscles will weaken at the mere mention of the wrong match.
Stand face to face, with your partner at arms length. Raise your left arm at shoulder’s height. Close your eyes as your partner calls out the names of each of these five foods. As they call out each name, your partner should try to depress your left arm with their right. If your strength weakens and your arm drops at the mention of any given food, then it isn’t part of your energy code, so will not be a stimulus for you at all.
It may sound a little weird, but go ahead and try it. If you discover one or two aphrodisiac foods that resonate with both of you, you’ll know what to have for dinner!
As a special Valentines present, please enjoy my free Valentine’s Cook Book!