Part 1 of a 2-part series: See what foods can put your man in the mood!

We’re all familiar with how food can play a role in turning us on. Guys are used to bringing us flowers and setting the mood with candlelight and music. Let’s return the favor by conjuring up something in the kitchen. See what food naturally turns on your man and why.


Oysters are synonymous with putting your man in the mood. Mostly in part due to the dopamine, a hormone that is know to increase libido, oysters are a natural aphrodisiac. High in protein and zinc, this food is sure to keep your man healthy and adding to his increased sex drive. To entice your man with oysters, try cooking them raw, smoked, baked, steamed or grilled.


The ingredient that gets your man going in this herby number is called allicin. Increasing blood flow to sexual organs couldn’t be easier. Find ways to incorporate garlic, infusing them in sauces or adding as flavoring to your dishes- you will see your payoffs in no time. If you are stuck on not wanting the taste or smell to linger, try popping garlic in pill form instead.


Eggs are high in vitamins B5 and B6. Although not directly affecting libido, eggs have the ability to fight stress and balance hormone levels, which can help your guy keep up energy when the mood calls. Want to really spice things up? Try caviar–it has the protein like eggs do, but have the added bonus of zinc- which helps to increase blood flow to all the right places.


Let’s face it: there is nothing sexy about celery. But believe it or not celery is an excellent source of food for sexual stimulation. This is because it contains androsterone, an odorless hormone released through male perspiration that can make a man appear more masculine. Best results comes from eating celery raw– so ladies get your man to start munching!


Go bonkers for bananas! Increasing libido and reversing impotence in men are due to the bromelain enzymes that reside inside. Not only are bananas a good source of potassium, they are also high in the B vitamins, such as riboflavin which increases the body’s overall energy levels. Bananas go great with fudge, so find new ways of getting creative.

Perspective by Amanda Holst

Have your cake and eat it too!


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