Natural & Edible Aphrodisiacs.
Dejan here to let you know the benefits of eating dark chocolate to your love life and libido.
But first, why am I talking about chocolate and libido?
Chocolate is made from the cacao bean, which is the seed of the cacao fruit.
Cacao contains two chemicals: tryptophan, which helps with sexual arousal and phenylethylamine, which is released in the brain when you fall in love and is also known as the “love chemical.”
So there’s a reason that chocolates are the most popular Valentine Day gift and that the word “chocolate” is pretty much synonymous with the word “romance.”
So what will dark chocolate do to enhance my sex drive?
Dark chocolate is known to contain an amino acid called L-arginine that helps enhance your sex drive by increasing nitric oxide and stimulating blood flow to your sex organs, which increases sexual sensation and desire.
Chocolate also contains a compound called theobromine, which stimulates the nervous system making you feel excitable and uplifted. This enhances your love mood by giving you that aphrodisiac boost!
My clients find that switching from milk chocolate or flavored chocolate to pure, unsweetened dark chocolate helps to:
Make you feel uplifted and excited
Give you an instant, natural energy boost
Stimulates your sex drive
Feel more joy and excitement
How do I identify the highest quality chocolate?
Look for dark chocolate with a 70% cacao content or higher
Make sure the very first ingredient is cacao or cacao butter and not sugar
What do I do now?
In my health coaching practice, I help clients identify if they’re addicted to sugar and how to switch to a healthier “addiction” like dark chocolate that can have health benefits and boost their libidos.
If you think you may be addicted to sugar and want my help to switch to dark chocolate as a healthier alternative that will boost your sex drive, then click here now to schedule a time to talk with me 1-on-1.
To your health,
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