Top 4 Aphrodisiac Foods for Women!

Top 4 Aphrodisiac Foods for Women!

Are there really such things as aphrodisiac foods? Absolutely, there are!

Of course, if you've got your game together, you could use TV dinners and fruit roll-ups as female aphrodisiacs, but we all need a little help from time to time.

Let's start with drinks and appetizers, then work our way to dessert!

Top 4 Aphrodisiac Foods

  1. Paint the town red … wine, that is. Red wine is one of the most potent sources of the antioxidant known as resveratrol. According to researchers from Northwestern University, this powerful antioxidant actually increases estrogen production, leading to a heightened sexual appetite. That means she may just want to skip right to you for dessert. Be careful though: Too much wine, too fast, can lead to drowsiness, and the dreaded, "Not tonight, I'm too tired," line.
  2. What a shrimp! You may not appreciate anyone associating the word shrimp with any of your special organs, but eating this strange looking seafood can actually increase your sperm level and lead to more powerful orgasms. Not bad, for such a shrimp!
  3. "Fill-it, Mig-non". Or, as the French like to say: Filet mignon. Together simply sounding sexy as it rolls off the tip of your tongue, any foods high in protein up your levels of dopamine and norepinephrine, leading to increased alertness and assertiveness. As in, she would like to alertly assert herself all over you.
  4. Strawberries and chocolate syrup are soooo predictable. Instead, add a triple twist: Raspberries with chocolate. She'll appreciate the exotic swap and feel less like she's acting out an overdone cookie-cutter scene in a romantic comedy. And, get this: British scientists discovered women release four times as many endorphins after eating chocolate than they do after a passionate kissing session. So, even though you can not compete with the chocolate, you'll reap the benefits after it fights her up.

Use these aphrodisiac foods , in combination with all the right moves, and those chocolate-covered raspberries may get very messy!

Source by Brandon Johnsonn

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