10 Foods You Should Try Eating in the Bedroom to Get in the Mood
In the name of science, we challenge you to add some menu items to the bedroom tonight — and we're not talking toys or positions. Experimenting with food aphrodisiacs can really only benefit you: it's a fun way to mix things up, and if you happen to discover something that works . . .
Before we dive into some suggestions, be warned that aphrodisiacs in general are largely psychological. There aren't many proven foods that have been scientifically shown to affect the sexual organs directly, but there are some that contain the right kinds of nutrients to help things along. You may also find that certain textures, scents, and flavors trigger your erotic side. And assuming that you're testing these out with someone you're into, your sexual chemistry, the ambience, and several other factors will come into play that could potentially boost the arousing effects of the food. But that's not to say that you should knock it before even trying it.
Take these 10 foods ahead for a spin yourself.