These are some foods that contain
aphrodisiac that you can use in our Valentines Day recipes to get you in
the sexy mood.
Asparagus - Not only does asparagus have a sexy shape, it is
also packed full of vitamins.
Advocado - The Aztecs are
rumoured to be one of the first people to think of advocados as a love potion. It didn’t take long for the
Spanish to catch-on that this fruity treat had a lot going for it. So widespread was its reputation, that for a
time, Catholic priests banned their parishioners from eating this popular fruit.
Chocoloate - Is an essential aphrodisiac. The aroma of chocolate,
especially when melted, is enough to trigger a build-up of hormones.
The Egyptians believed that honey could cure barrenness and impotence. In England, during medieval times, newly
married couples would share a cup of mead in the hope that their marriage would be a long and sweet one.
Oysters - Rumour has it that Casanova, perhaps the world’s best
known lover, used to eat 50 raw oysterss every day – his secret to securing a passionate love life.
Oysters are also remarkably low in fat and packed with healthy