Seafood, the Aphrodisiac

Let me start this by saying I recognize aphrodisiacs are scientifically considered a myth but those people are kill joys! Certain foods can actually boost your sex life according to a new study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

The couples who ate the largest amounts of seafood — two or more servings per week — had sex 21 percent more often. All couples involved in the study were 39 percent more likely to have sex on a day they’d eaten seafood such as fish or shellfish.

Now I'm not insinuating that eating the right amount of oysters and crawfish will make you fertile but the study revealed about 92 percent of the most frequent consumers became pregnant within a year. Could be a coincidence, I mean they were having a lot of sex. 


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