5 Foods that make you more attractive and sexy

sexy eats

 

Here are a few sexy eats that will help prepare your body and brain to feel and look more attractive. Incorporating some of these foods into your daily diet is the fastest and easiest way to improving your general health and aid you on your quest for optimal satisfaction in the bedroom.

Celery

This crunchy and refreshing vegetable stimulates pheromones – chemicals that cause arousal and give off signals to other people. Every stalk is packed with androstenone and androstenol, two pheromones that can help you attract the other sex. When you chew, you release the two pheromones into your mouth and travels up to your nose. As a result the pheromones will boost your arousal and cause your body to send off scents and signals that will make you more desirable to the other sex.

Next time you’re at a bar, perhaps try ordering a Bloody Mary and munch on the celery stalk!

Spinach

Aside from being high in iron, spinach also increases the production of estrogen and sperm. As a result, stimulating the libidos of both men and women. The leafy green is also a potent source of magnesium, which helps in dilating blood vessels. Better blood flow to and from the heart and to everywhere else in your body, such as your genitals will create a greater arousal for both men and women.

Next time you’re in the mood of salad, skip the iceberg lettuce and order a spinach-based option. Thank us later!

Honey

Who knew honey was the inspiration to the word “honeymoon?” Honey is rich in vitamin B and helps with increasing stamina and testosterone production. Raw honey can also improve your skin complexion and look of youthfulness, which will also make you look more desirable.

Honey is one of the easiest foods to incorporate in your diet since it’s a natural sweetener. Try and use honey in the place of sugar when you’re cooking or even steeping tea.

It’s important to consume honey that has no additives. Stay organic or raw, and rumour has it, the darker the honey, the better!

Red Meat

Did you know red meat makes your skin a little more sensitive to touch by sending out libido boosting chemicals to your brain? Lean cuts are also an excellent source of zinc that helps curb production of harmful levels of a hormone called prolactin, which studies have shown can cause sexual dysfunction.

Tip: choose the leanest and the cuts that look the most red.

Eggs

Though eggs, especially hard-boiled ones, can stink up a room; whether they’re over-easy or even scrambled, they’re also a sexy eat. Rich in vitamins B6 and B5, which are known to balance hormone levels, eggs can play an important role in a healthy libido.

An easy way to incorporate eggs into your diet are keeping a batch of hard-boiled eggs ready for a quick snack at home.

 

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