Happy Valentines Day!!
I have created this menu with all real food ingredients, with the goal of more love. A handful of the ingredients are actually natural aphrodisiacs…
Do aphrodisiacs really work? Click below to try these these recipes that include aphrodisiac foods with your sweetie and see if these hold true!
More Love (real food) Valentines Day Menu
Here is a list of the aphrodisiacs that I included in your Valentines Day Menu:
Chili Powder: Chili peppers stimulate endorphins (the brain’s feel-good chemicals), speed up heart rate and make you sweat, which all mimic how you feel when you’re aroused.
Chocolate: Chocolate is sensual, from its taste to its aroma, but dark chocolate has also been shown to cause a spike in dopamine, which induces feelings of pleasure.
Honey: Did you know that the word ‘honeymoon’ originates from mead, an alcoholic beverage made from honey given to the happy new bride and groom. It also contains boron, which helps regulate estrogen and testosterone levels and provides a natural energy boost.
Olive Oil: Olive oil is a good source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which are critical for a healthy heart, blood flow, and hormone production.
Strawberries: Feed them to each other for a healthy, vitamin C-packed dessert that helps keep blood flow to all regions of the body.
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