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Ingredients for Wonderful Sex

By on December 16, 2009

This time of year is defiantly one for having lavish meals. It seems that exquisitely prepared foods are everywhere we look. In human couture every big holiday usually has some traditional meal attached to it. We have all heard that “the quickest way to the heart is through the stomach”. It has been known for millennia that certain foods increase the desire for an Erotic encounter. Maybe the high birthrates in the mid to late summer can be traced back to the enticing aromas that permeate our homes this time of year.

When your diet is rich in a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables and supplemented with lean proteins you have the menu for keeping your body and organs in peak operating condition with sustainable energy helping you to last for your EROTIC episodes.

Food is EROTIC. Everything from the buying, preparing , serving, the socializing, and of course the eating. We even use the same words to describe sex and food it’s all in how you say it, savory, delicious, spicy, hot, and of course succulent. I can’t even read the word succulent without my mouth watering and my mind wandering to the EROTIC.

We have all heard that oysters can be an aphrodisiac, but what are some others? I now the usual stuff whipped cream, chocolate and strawberries but, what about cinnamon? Cinnamon has been known for producing “heat” within the body and has been measured to increase both the physical and sexual appetite.

Some of the other less commonly thought of foods that fuel the EROTIC:

  1. Mustard: heightens the senses
  2. Sushi: especially when you and your partner feed it to each other
  3. Ginger: another “heat” spice it is a stimulant to the circulatory system
  4. Nutmeg: mildly hallucinogenic, a little extra sprinkle on a holiday lattes could help “trip” the scales to an erotic evening
  5. Vanilla: believed to increase LUST – a cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, vanilla, wait a minute, did we just bake a pumpkin pie?
  6. Rosemary: increases circulation, hey what was in that turkey anyway?

Check out 3 easy to read and follow cookbooks:

The New InterCourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook

Booty Food: A Date By Date, Nibble by Nibble, Course by Course Guide to Cultivating Love and Passion Through Food

Will Cook for Sex: A Guy’s Guide to Cooking

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