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They say that nutritious foods can stir libido and revive sexual functions. Is it true? Well research say's it is. Nutrition plays a vital role in lovemaking. The quality of our diet has a great deal to do with the quality of our sex that's why healthy people have more healthy sex. In order to have that healthy sexual stamina you must include a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet. Research says to stay away from large amounts of fats and add more complex carbohydrates for a healthy sex diet. Beneficial nutrients keep organs functioning in peak condition and energy levels at their max, both of which are essential for lovemaking.
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Food and sexuality have been associated in various ways throughout history. Foods such as chocolate and oysters are said to be aphrodisiacs. In some cultures animal testicles and other items are consumed to increase sexual potency. Food items also provide symbolism, such as the biblical "forbidden fruit "or the cherry with its associations related to virginity. Food items are also used metaphorically in slang sexual terminology and poetry. Some foods are considered sensual for their appearance, texture and taste. Whipped cream, melted chocolate, strawberries, and peanut butter are sometimes used for intimate titillation. The relationship between food and sex has also been explored in books and cinema.

Fried foods can leave us feeling tired and sluggish so remember that the next time you invite your love one over for dinner.  Make sure you stay away from cooking those fried foods if you hoping for a sexual encounter. 

Foods and herbs which have been claimed to be aphrodisiacs include:

  •   Ambergris
  •   Tiger penis
  •   Deer penis and antlers (in Taiwan and China)
  •   Epimedium grandiflorum (Horny Goat Weed)
  •   Eurycoma longifolia
  •   Ginkgo biloba
  •   Ginseng
  •   Maca
  •   Mucuna pruriens
  •   Salamander Brandy 
  •   Socratea exorrhiza
  •   Spanish fly (cantharidin)
  •   Tribulus terrestris
  •   Watermelon Citrulline is a weak nitric oxide stimulator.

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Book Description

It’s not all in your head, it’s not a sign of age, nor is it even a lack of interest: About seventy million American men and women have problems in the bedroom. It’s no wonder designer drugs like Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are in such high demand. But research shows that for many of us, the problem that ends in the bedroom starts in the kitchen, and that great nutrition is the real secret to great sex.

Written by two health psychologists with both clinical and academic experience in nutrition and sexual function, and backed by the latest nutritional and medical research, Great Food, Great Sex is the first food book designed to fire up sexual vitality in both men and women. The simple-to-implement program–including recipes from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health–serves up a dazzling array of sumptuous foods packed with the key nutrients that provide an ample supply of nitric oxide (NO), the proven “miracle molecule” for optimal sexual function.

Robert Fried and Lynn Edlen-Nezin’s plan focuses on the three food factors for sexual vitality: nitrogen-rich vegetables and legumes that deliver NO, proteins high in the amino acid L-arginine (another source of NO), and brightly colored super-antioxidants that combat the destructive effects of free radicals. In Great Food, Great Sex you will find straightforward nutritional information that will help you make smart food choices, along with creative ideas for menus and simple recipes for fantastic dishes that really deliver, like

  • Broccoli Beef Ginger
  • Finger-Licking Curried Chicken
  • Spinach Stuffed Sole
  • 1-2-3 Peach Cobbler
  • Poached Pears with Raspberries
  • Luscious Chocolate Strawberries

The only “side effects” you’ll experience are a higher energy level, 
weight loss, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure.

So put the spark back into your sex life, without supplements or dull menus. All you need is an appetite–for great food and great sex. Who knew that getting healthy could be so much fun!

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