5 types of foods you should eat if you're looking to boost your sex drive
from Elite Daily
We've all heard about the supposed magic of aphrodisiacs, but do they really work? Is feeding the one who's caught your eye some oysters really going to set the mood? Well, maybe. Aphrodisiacs are named after the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, who is often depicted as emerging from a seashell. It's commonly believed that foods classified as aphrodisiacs are considered such because of their rather suggestive forms. Here are five classic "love foods" to try if you're looking to up the ante in your love life.
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