Tuesday, December 6, 2011

From The Archives - Sexier Holidays make for a great New Year

I was just looking at this archived tid bit and thought I'd post - You can read years worth of stories, and recipes in The recipes are some of my favorites.

We are indeed much more than what we eat, but what we eat can nevertheless help us to be much more than what we are.

Tip Of The Month (from the Newsletter 12/08)
Turn up the Heat!
Recently I had one friend email me a cute tidbit about getting sexy with Santa, and a client emailed me on how she wanted to have more desire.  Can foods help?  Of course they can.  Since the beginning of time, humans have enjoyed seeing how different foods affect us and while some will douse the sexual fire, others can enjoyably heat things up.   

Cooling foods can and do put out your flames, especially in colder climates.  I once knew a woman who was so proud of her figure.  She lived on tofu, salads and fat free food stuffs.  She couldn’t understand why her husband was frustrated with her lack of lust.  Monks have used cooling foods to keep their thoughts saintly.  I got her to drop the soy products and embrace some heat producing salmon.  She added in some whole grains. (that she was terrified to eat, only she even lost a couple of pounds since they were replacing those fat free food stuffs and sloughing out the sludge left in her colon.)   

Whole grains are one food rich in folic acid and have B vitamins to boot.  Both of which are necessary to achieve orgasm.   (You might also like beef, mushrooms, egg yolks, leafy greens or asparagus.) I encouraged some naturally low fat beans like black beans, black soy beans, Pintos and others along with onions and garlic.  If you are concerned about your breath just eat the onion family with some parsley for a delightful marriage made in excitement.  The allicin they contain increases blood flow to the sexual organs.   

We know oysters are high in zinc that produces higher levels of testoserone. (Think Cassanova!) You might also try beef, green peas, pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds.  I read an article in Forbs magazine that said anything good for the heart is good for the penis.  Well, gals, it might just be good for you too.  Try Cayanne pepper to get the blood flowing for everyone.  Just don’t over do the hot or the sweet.  Too much food in general, sugar, alcohol or clogging stuff like diary or large amounts of fried fare will just slow things right down.   

Enjoy the holidays by consuming slowly so one glass of wine doesn’t turn into 3.  Chocolate contains phenylethylamine that can boost your mood - just get some grain, fruit or agave sweetened confections like the ones made by Sunspire or Vere!  And enjoy yourself this Holiday.  Our above mentioned woman told me, her husband is going to be very nice this year because she has learned to be a little more naughty and is enjoying it immensely!!!

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