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5 Surprising Foods to Boost Your Libido

Looking forward to wild night but not quite feeling up to the job? Pack some libido boosting food into your dinner or late-night snack for the extra boost you need to keep the dream of the wild night within reach.

As an alternative, you can keep these foods in your regular diet for the libido lift you always want or need.

Brazil Nuts

University of Padula in Italy conducted a study that showed a diet low in selenium could be one of the keys to cause male infertility. Helping to prevent damage to the sperm, selenium helps to increase the chance of having healthy sperm. Adding just three Brazil nuts will supply you with the recommended daily value and help boost your libido.

Garlic

The smell is typically considered more of a turn-off than a turn-on. Who really wants to kiss someone with garlic on their breath? But, this popular vegetable is one very effective aphrodisiac. Containing a potent ingredient, allicin, it increased blood flow and libido. Just don’t forget to use some breath mints afterwards.

Spinach

Popeye had one thing right. When eaten raw, spinach is one of the few vegetables that contains co-enzyme Q10 which can help improve sperm count. Thinking of starting a family? Well, eat up!

Watermelon

Believe it or not, Texas scientists have shown that eating watermelon can have the same effects as that popular little blue pill men use. Citulline and arginine in watermelon can trigger the production of nitric oxide which helps relax the body’s blood vessels – exactly the same way that Viagra works. Think of the money you’ll save by ditching your prescription!

Honey

Just think “honeymoon,” which came about in ancient Persia when couples drank honey mead every day for a month after they got married to get in the mood for love. Rich in B vitamins, needed for testosterone production and fructose which aids in stamina, honey provides a slow and steady release of energy.

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