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    mak_trouble891
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    Do you think food and natural aphrodisiacs work?
    According to readers digest http://www.rd.com/food/fun/aphrodisiac-foods/ there are 19 different foods that are aphrodisiacs. They include chilli, coffee, honey and of course oysters. Thoughts, have they worked for you?   

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    Aunt_FloAunt_Flo
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    Boring, short answer? Nope! I’ve eaten everything on the list and I don’t feel any more sexually inclined than usual when I’ve eaten them.

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    Big_Mama
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    I’ve been sexually attracted to some kinds of chocolate…does that count?  😀 :p

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    Kit
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    Yeah, nope. Lol.

    Boring, kinda long answer: most of the common aphrodisiacs are about raising levels of zinc, etc in your body for general health in the long term, not as a magic blue pill solution, which is how most people think of them. Like if someone plans a date that includes every one of these ingredients, then funnily enough, it doesn’t have the desired effect. You’re stuffed and aware of expectation, not feeling good to go.

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    HappyHooHah
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    Ginger is meant to be beneficial for erectile dysfunction…

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    MintMilanoMintMilano
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    I’ve heard of people having fetishes for food/incorporating feeding or eating into sex, but as far as the science goes I don’t believe there’s many foods that actually make you horny. 

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    Aunt_FloAunt_Flo
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    I think if I did use food in the bedroom I would become to distracted by the food and keep eating or too distracted by the sex and forget the food. 

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