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8 Foods That Enhance Your Sex Drive
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8 Foods That Enhance Your Sex Drive

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Oysters:

Oysters have been seen as an aphrodisiac since ancient Rome. The main component that boosts sex drive is the high amounts of Zinc which naturally boosts testosterone and therefore increasing sex drive. Researcher Dolores Lamb also says that the slippery texture of an oyster itself may also boost sexual desire. 

Chili peppers:

The hotter the pepper the better. Hot peppers increase your metabolism and that causes a spike in endorphins, or feel good chemicals. Those feel good chemicals spike our heart rate and gets the blood flowing all over. Although, make sure you wash your hands after handling peppers 

Chocolate:

Chocolate increases serotonin and dopamine in the brain which makes us feel happier and lowers our stress levels, both things which are booth libido boosters and make us feel much more in the mood. 

Bananas:

This fruit contains bromelain which is an enzyme that increases testosterone production. The tryptophan in bananas also increases serotonin which lifts your mood and can increase sex drive. 

Watermelon:

When you eat watermelon you take in the amino acid arginine. Arginine boosts nitric oxide which relaxes your blood vessels and can provide a natural enhancement to boosting your sex drive. 

Pesto:

Pesto is full of pine nuts, which like oysters are packed with zinc. Studies have shown women with higher levels of zinc have a higher sex drive than those who have low levels. 

Fatty Fish:

The omega-3’s in fish are not only good for your heart but they also raise dopamine levels in the brain. That spike in dopamine will increase blood flow and circulation triggering arousal. 

Asparagus:

This veggie is high in folate which is a B vitamin that regulates the production of histamine. Fun fact: Histamine is the chemical released during orgasm!