Here are aphrodisiac foods and ingredients for raising your libido and reducing your weight.
These three articles will help get you started, one from Red Online, the other two from Healthline. All employ the number “7” in exploring some of the many foods considered natural aphrodisiacs and the second article from Healthline sets out “7 science-backed aphrodisiacs” – mainly herbs and ingredients to use in healthy recipes, smoothies or concoctions of your own creation. [We’ve also included a summarized list under Sex by numbers]
Most of these will not only increase your libido, they will decrease your weight. That’s a great diet.
“Anyone can go through the act of sex and appear, on the surface, to have “great sex.” But great sex involves something greater than great sex.” – Dr. Laurie Steelsmith, author of Great Sex, Naturally
Healthy, sexy reading – naturally
To round out your quest for an improved libido, we’ve included the book, Great Sex, Natural: Every Woman’s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine by Dr. Laurie Steelsmith and Alex Steelsmith. (see book review). This book should be on every couples bookshelf and next to where you make out the food shopping list.
Article from Red Online: 7 surprising aphrodisiac foods to add to your plate if you’re low on libido. (2 min read). Read more>>
Article from Healthline: 7 Foods to Help Boost Your Sex Life. Read more >>
Article from Healthline: 7 Aphrodisiac Foods That Boost Your Libido [herbs and ingredients]. Read more >>
Great Sex, Naturally: Book review >>