The Food of Love By Debbie Singh-Bhatti
At this time of year the sales of chocolate and oysters go way up. But do aphrodisiacs really work? Is the way to a man’s heart really through his stomach? Many old wives tales abound about food and love, and some of those tales actually have a grain of truth!
Oysters have long had a romantic reputation. It turns out they are a good source of zinc, which is
for the production of those hormones responsible for our libido! If you don’t like oysters, try cheese, pumpkin seeds, peanuts or lamb, which all have high zinc levels.
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dark, is also high in zinc. But in addition, it increases the amount of in
pleasure impulses and receptiveness. No wonder we feel good after eating some!
Other foods that have been found to contain or release those all important feel good chemicals are sushi, pomegranate juice, red wine, caviar, soy (tofu) and honey.
So it looks like the ideal meal for wooing your favourite person would be oysters, lamb, sushi or tofu, with pumpkin pie for dessert! Not forgetting the chocolate and cheese for nibbles, and a nice red wine to wash it down!
Of course you can’t make someone fall in love with you just by feeding them the right foods, but you may enhance already good feelings, and who knows what might happen from there? Good luck!
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