You are probably thinking, oh this is another article about the benefits of food for your sex drive. I believe we have all heard about those before and possibly tried or believed most of them.
We’ve discussed aphrodisiac foods; don’t know what I’m talking about? Well here’s a few examples:
Chilies – The stuff that makes chillies hot, capsaicin, can actually rev up your libido too. Have you ever noticed a natural high when eating chillies? Capsaicin promotes the release of chemicals that can raise your heart rate and trigger the release of endorphins that give you a natural high, which pumps that libido!
That’s just a few of many beneficial foods but food after sex? Now you’re speaking my language
The average woman burns 70 calories during sex, while men work off a centurion 100 calories. Of course, depending on your partner’s health these numbers will vary, but the lesson here for everyone is that sex builds up an appetite.’
What are the nation’s favourite post-coital dishes? What do we prefer eating after sex? How common do you find yourself or your partner not eating anything after sex? Whether it is early in the hours of the morning or really late into the night, the power that food possesses and the benefits of food before, during and/or after sex are priceless.
From ages ago till today, we as human beings always find interesting ways to involve food before, during and/or after sex whether it’s a one man/woman show or with a partner.One definitely can’t deny that it brings some sort of unique satisfaction, imagine just lying there (bed, floor, couch…whatever that rocks your boat) enjoying your treat after getting a treat!
Asking friends partners and family about their ideal post-naai meal was interesting and fun in a way, the most common food was obviously fast food.
Let me break down the top 10:
- Hot wings.
- Potato Chips/ Crisps
- A sandwich.
- Ice cream.
- Ribs or just any type of lean meat.
- Fries or should I say slap chips.
Oh, and if you really want to know, I’ll take Grilled cheese and chicken nuggets.