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Foods to Turn You On

Information Update
From Dr. Andrew D. Atwood, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
This material is presented for educational and informational purposes only. No other claims are made. Always consult your health care professional for specific personal care recommendations.

I’ve read the following from WebMD. Take it with a grain of salt!

Oysters may be the most famous aphrodisiacs, but researchers say many other foods can help get the body “in the mood for love” by triggering the release of sex hormones, providing a quick energy boost, and increasing blood flow to the genitals.

Lesser-known foods for seduction include:

· Shrimp. High in iodine, shrimp and other types of seafood are vital to the thyroid gland, which is vital for energy.
· Chocolate. Not only does chocolate provide a jolt of caffeine, the plant has a flower that looks like sex organs.
· Ginger. This root reportedly increases blood flow to the genitals in both men and women.
· Olives. Green one are said to make men more virile, while black ones increase women’s sex drive.
· Tomatoes. Known as “love apples” by Puritans, they have a reputation as a sexual stimulant.
· Apples. Since Adam and Eve, this fruit has been synonymous with temptation

Source: WebMD Feature: “Eat Your Way to a Spicier Sex Life.” 6/10/04

Hopeful Solutions for Your Sexless Marriage is the BIG, 173 page eBook written by Dr. Atwood. The companion volume is You Can Save Your Marriage. You can find both at www.HopefulSolutions.net. Dr. Andrew D. Atwood, LMFT. 534 Fountain St. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 - Voice 616.456.1178 - Email DrAtwood@HopefulSolutions.net. ©2002-2004 Save Your Marriage, PLC. All rights reserved.

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