8 Aphrodisiac Foods to Help You Eat Your Way to a Better Orgasm​ Now

When it comes to food as foreplay, oysters are sort of old news. If you really want to eat your way to a better orgasm, step your game up and try one of these simple aphrodisiac foods.

Lauren Porter Aug, 03, 2016

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Being rich in unsaturated fat and low in saturated fat makes avocados an ideal aphrodisiac. As a food that’s good for both the heart and the arteries, it will help keep the blood flowing to all of the right spots.

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Arugula, kale, collards and spinach aren’t just great green vegetables to munch on for nutritional value. Dark leafy greens are blood purifying which means that they enhance circulation that impacts libido. Winning!

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Figs are rich in fiber, amino acids and have a high source of calcium. The fruit helps promote a healthy heart, increases sexual stamina and boosts chances of fertility. 

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Surprising but true. Consuming fish like salmon and tuna have high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, and consuming such foods help to increase dopamine—the same hormone that is released when an orgasm is experience. 

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The extra boost of Vitamin C found in oranges is vital in keeping your sexual organs up to par. Boost up that citrus intake, ladies!

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When you think of eggs, think of energy. B5 and B6 vitamins in eggs are a great protein help to maintain hormone levels. When it comes to sex, having as much energy as possible is always a good thing. Eat those eggs!

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This fruit has a high source of folic acid which is great for libido boosting methylxanthines. So eat all the chocolate dipped strawberries your little heart can stand, it’ll do your body good.

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Try almonds for example--they’re rich in zinc, selenium and vitamin E. Products that are rich in zinc helps enhance sexual desire and libido which helps get you to the finish line.