Eggs are rich in tons of hormones, but especially testosterone. So next time you’re ready to do the dirty, boil some up or throw ‘em back raw, Rocky-style.
If you wanna get some D, start with the vitamin. Just remember, milk mustaches can be sexy.
And you thought these were only for practicing how to put on a condom. This oxytocin-rich, phallic fruit may just give you that extra inch.
Avocados produce something called Tyrosine, which has also been shown to help battle ADD. Not that you’ll have a hard time focusing.
Phenylethylamine. Say it. Know it. Love it. In addition to battling depression, this hexasyllabic chemical can certainly put you in a better mood. THE mood, to be exact. So go ahead, eat an entire jar of Nutella and call it your “happy meds.”
Almonds are rich in norepinephrine, a chemical known to raise blood pressure. But if you really want to get your blood flowing, pop a snack pack and slip into the sheets.
Eve ate an apple and then had seven kids. Coincidence?
Say “aloha” to that sweet, sweet lovin’. This spiky fruit is also a sweet source of energy (you know, for longevity).
Ooh, spooky. Dopamine, abundant in pumpkins, is a neurotransmitter that sends messages through the brain. Think of it as a colonial-era town crier announcing “We’re gonna get laid!”
No, not Iron Man’s hot girlfriend. If you want to spice up your love life, start by spicing up your dinner.
There are over 300 uses for peanuts, one of which is to help you get some. Brings whole new meaning to the phrase “bust a nut.”
Don’t let the fishy smell deter you. Salmon can strengthen your little swimmers.
Which came first? Both involved sex.
Walnuts are rich in Phenylalanine, known to alleviate arthritis pains. But it can also help if you’re aching to bone.
Italians eat lentils on New Year’s Eve in hopes of a prosperous year. You can eat them in a similar fashion. Go forth and prosper.