Sex and the Vegan Platter: Greens That Make Your Bedroom Sizzle

Food and sex have been closely connected all through the history of human life.  These days, everyone prefers popping pills to solve health issues and problems connected with sex. Don’t you think it is high time to discard your pills and re-examine the role of food in enhancing your sexual vitality?


Researches have proved beyond doubt that certain aphrodisiac foods contain vitamins and minerals that can boost sexual energy. Being a vegan and including these foods in your diet can ensure that your evenings are full of pleasure and excitement.

One such wholesome food is the banana, a common but important fruit. In case you didn’t know, bananas come loaded with potassium and Vitamin B, which are important for the production of sexual hormones. They contain the bromelain enzyme that stimulate libido and avert impotence in men.

Yet another item you need to include in your menu would be the almond. One of the most nutritious among nuts, almond comes loaded with minerals and vitamins. It has been considered as a symbol of fertility. In older times, almonds were thrown at newly wedded couples with the belief that the smell may induce passion in woman. Almond contains arginine, a type of amino acid that increases blood circulation.

There are more. Avocado contains 20 vital vitamins and minerals and is good for your libido. High levels of folic acid give you energy and improve feminine shape. Vitamin B6 increases male hormone production. In Spain, parishioners never allow priests to take avocado, fearing that it would boost their sexual vitality!

Asparagus, which is so common a plant in our houses, is a source of potassium and folic acid. The former helps increase production of histamine, which is very essential for men and women to reach orgasm.

Basil, a sacred plant, can boost sexual energy. According to Moldavian folklore, basil kindles love in man if he accepts it from a woman.

We know you already eat a lot of chocolates. In fact, chocolates as always associated with love and sex and are a great source of anandaminde, a mood lifter chemical. They also come with phenylethylamine, which produces increased levels of excitement and happiness in the brain. The tryptophan chemical in chocolate brings happiness.

Garlic may be a deterrent for its bad breath properties, but it indeed is good when it comes to sex. Garlic increases sexual energy, and produces a component called allicin, which increases the blood flow to sexual organs.

Last, but not the least, we need to consider the fig, which is very high in flavonoids and antioxidants that are critical to increase libido.  No wonder Cleopatra made fig her favorite fruit!

Now that you know what to include in your daily diet, we just would want to wish you some amazing hours of love making.  Cheers!

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