10 Aphrodisiacs and Where to Eat Them
Passion on a plate-lust after food to make you lust after each other.
(SPOT.ph) Named after the Greek goddess of love Aphrodite, aphrodisiacs were believed to arouse sexual desire since ancient times. But many widely considered aphrodisiacs are actually less scientific and more, well, suggestive. While there are no scientific studies that prove certain foods directly affect libido, some do provide helpful physiological or psychological effects. If you’ve got something planned on Valentine’s Day, an aphrodisiac on the menu can be a fun way to keep you and your beloved in an amorous mood, or at the very least, have a fantastic meal out of it. Here are 10 popular aphrodisiacs to feast on and where you can get an ample serving of passion on a plate.
This article was originally published on February 13, 2011.