6 of the Best Aphrodisiac Foods
Date posted: 15/01/15
With their gorgeous bodies and seductive charm, we don’t think you’ll need anything out of the ordinary to get in the mood with one of our beautiful Sydney escorts. Of course, it can’t hurt to add a little more to the mix. Here are six foods that do wonders for libido, passion and sexual appetite.
The link between chocolate and sex goes a lot further than a heart shaped box of chocolates delivered to a Valentine. The high levels of tryptophan in chocolate produce serotonin in the brain, greatly boosting feelings of happiness. Chocolate is so special because it also contains phenylethylamine, a stimulant that induces loving, nurturing feelings. This means eating chocolate will make you feel joyful, relaxed, loving and tender – a fantastic combination to get things started in the bedroom.
What could be better to spice up your sex life! Chillies have high levels of capsaicin, the chemical compound that produces the spicy, burning sensation. Studies have shown that the brain releases endorphins as a by-product of processing the capsaicin. These endorphins produce feelings of euphoria and joy – feelings that definitely assist in getting you in the mood for romance, and undoubtedly make foreplay and sex much more enjoyable.
Oysters have a long history with seduction. The ancient Greeks associated oysters with Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love. Despite this connection to a goddess, oysters are likely to have an impact on males, not females. The high levels of zinc in oysters can boost testosterone levels, making men feel stronger, more masculine and lively – a combination that increases libido. It could all be in our heads though. Some scientists believe that oysters are so effective in increasing libido because we’ve been culturally trained to believe that they will.
There’s nothing sexy about tuna. Nobody has ever sat down to a romantic meal of tuna pie. It can be a very powerful aphrodisiac for men though, especially if you’ve been suffering from a low libido. The lack of motivation can often be attributed to high levels of Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin. Tuna is one of the most effective methods to get your groove back. Its high Vitamin D levels boosts testosterone levels by about 90%, which is exactly what the body needs to get rid of that libido-lulling chemical.
As long as you have a mint on hand, ingesting garlic can be great for the sexual appetite. Garlic is rich in arginine, an amino acid that helps open up the blood vessels. The opening of the blood vessels allows for better circulation, which in turn increases the sensitivity in some of our more tender body parts. There’s no better way to prepare for sensual stimulation.
Some of the more adventurous could find a special use for liquorice in the bedroom, particularly those long liquorice whips! For everyone else, simply eating some liquorice might be enough. The extract from the liquorice root can actually mimic the effects of oestrogen and progesterone, two hormones that greatly help women enjoy sex.
There are plenty more foods and drinks that have been rumoured to help satisfy sexual appetites. Get in touch with us if you would like to explore any of these wonderful aphrodisiacs – one of our wonderful girls would love to take you out for a sensuous meal and perhaps something a little more.