Boost Your Lovemaking With Dark Chocolate.
Is too much chocolate, like too much sex an actual thing?
If it is, then what happens when one has too much of both, at the same time?
I for one intend to put this to the test this festive season by combing sex with chocolate binges.
So if you fancy experimenting with me then you know what to do - just book an appointment and bring a slab of dark chocolate.
According to the experts, eating dark chocolate leads to higher levels of desire, arousal, and sexual satisfaction.
As far as classic aphrodisiacs go, chocolate is about as close to perfect as they get. Everyone knows the old semi-urban legend that chocolate has chemicals in it that simulate being in love (they're called phenylethylamine and serotonin, which are mild sexual stimulants and mood boosters), but the benefits chocolate has in store for your sex life don't end there.
Consuming at least one cube of dark chocolate a day leads to a more active libido and better overall sexual function. Do you need a better reason to indulge?
Dark chocolate is also rich in antioxidants and high in caffeine, two ingredients that can increase blood flow and jump-start the libido. Moreover, there's a unique sensual aspect to eating chocolate. A BBC study also found that participants who let chocolate melt on their tongues had higher pulse rates, as well as brain activity similar to that experienced during passionate kissing.
Another very good reason to spice up your sex life with something sweet.
And if you think that Christmas and sex are not really compatible, in terms of the "message", then think again.