Are you looking to spice up your sex life? Try a culinary concoction that promises to perfect your orgasm!
1 cup blueberries
1 cup rice, almond or non-fatmilk (substitute with juice of your choice if you don't want to use milk)
1 cup ice chips
½ cup peaches
1 tablespoon flaxseed
Dollop of honey
Sprinkle of ginger root (season to taste)
Sprinkle of nutmeg (season to taste)
Blend and enjoy!
Bananas: Contain potassium and B vitamins that convert carbohydrates into energy, boosting endurance and testosterone.
Blueberries: High in soluble fiber, which keeps arteries clear of cholesterol. Improved blood flow and relaxed blood vessels improve a man's erections, especially in older men.
Peaches: High in vitamin C. Men should consume at least 200 milligrams of vitamin C per day to increase the quality and quantity of their sperm.
Flaxseed: Increases testosterone levels and is packed with essential fatty acids, such as Omega-3 and Omega-6, which keeps hormones at optimal levels and sex drive revved.
Ginger root: Stimulates the circulatory system, increasing blood flow to the genitals.
Nutmeg: Stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which helps you relax.
Honey: Honey is rich in vitamin B, which is needed for testosterone production. The gooey nectar also contains boron, which may increase estrogen levels in women.
The Orgasm Buffet Bursting with savory, libido-enhancing ingredients, the Sexy Sauté and Climax Casserole will stimulate circulation, reduce cholesterol and arouse the senses. Wash it all down with the fruity antioxidant-packed Erotic Tonic and add some sizzle to your sweet with the Frisky Fruit Salad. Prepare these delectable dishes to enhance your sex drive!
•Get the recipes for Sexy Sauté, Climax Casserole, Erotic Tonic and Frisky Fruit Salad
Orgasm Hors d'Oeuvres
Certain foods, such as oysters, chocolate and champagne, are widely believed to heighten sexual desire. Though people may claim these effects, there are several vitamin-packed foods proven to enhance sexual health. The Doctors show us two appetizers made exclusively with nutritious, libido-benefiting ingredients:
Prepare a bowl of arugula leavesSlice and mix in strawberries
Drizzle honey over salad Health Benefits: Arugula: Considered an aphrodisiac since the first century, this leafy green is rich with antioxidants and vitamins A and C to promote healthy libido and blood flow.
Strawberries: This fruit is rich with folic acid and vitamin C, which increase sperm count and improve sperm motility.
This sticky and sweet treat boosts energy and fights fatigue for prolonged enjoyment.
Mash 2 cups of chickpeas into a fine paste
Add 1 table spoon of olive oil
Dip carrots or other delicious veggies, and enjoy!
Chickpeas: The main ingredient in hummus; chickpeas are packed with arginine, an amino acid that increases circulation and boosts internal lubrication.
Olive Oil: A good alternative to saturated fat, olive oil helps generate hormones, which are essential to your sex drive. It also further promotes internal lubrication.
The Doctors' After-Sex SandwichFeel fatigued after sex? Try The Doctors’ After-Sex Sandwich and stay energized for round two between the sheets.
“This is not your ordinary sandwich!” Dr. Travis says. “Every ingredient in here has something special to replenish your body.”
• 2 slices whole-grain bread
• 1/4 avocado
• 3 slices of turkey
• 1 1/2 tbsp ricotta cheese
• 1/4 cup Kale
• 2 slices of tomato
Spread avocado on one slice of bread and ricotta cheese on the other. Stack turkey, kale and tomatoes on the ricotta cheese slice, then stop with the remaining slice. Cut in half and enjoy!
Each 37-gram slice of whole grain bread contains roughly 13 milligrams of inositol, one of the most richly concentrated nutrients found in seminal fluid, and a member of the B-vitamin family, that is lost during ejaculation. Avocado is a healthy alternative to mayonnaise and is high in zinc, which is also lost in the body after male orgasm. Lastly, glutathione, a nutrient depleted after sex, can be reinstated with turkey and ricotta cheese, which are rich in amino acids and protein.