Did you know that you deserve a bite of chocolate today?
Are you a chocolate fan? Well, if you’re not then you are sure to be one after reading this article. Besides being decadent and rich in flavor, chocolate has more benefits – sexual benefits, mind you – than you’ve ever imagined.
Read on to find out more…
Having a bite or two of chocolate regularly can actually improve your performance in the bedroom. Sure this may sound a bit crazy right now, but it will all add up when you follow along.
Benefit #1: It helps boosts your energy and endurance.
Aside from its libido-boosting properties and ability to keep blood flow in tip-top shape, chocolate can also give you a heightened sense of sexual excitement, thanks to its high levels of the compound theobromine, which is also found in kola nuts and all types of teas.
Simply having a bite or two of chocolate can easily make you feel ready for action, especially when things get spicy in the bedroom. So if you’re looking to make your next lovemaking session a blast, make sure you have a chocolate bar on hand.
Benefit #2: It helps stimulate optimum circulation.
A sufficient amount of blood is needed to get and maintain stable erections to make sexual intercourse possible. And amazingly, there are a number of phytochemicals and flavonoids found in chocolate that can easily help you do just that.
These flavonoids and phytochemicals not only just boost the amount of nitric oxide in the bloodstream to keep blood flow ideal, but also keep the arterial walls as hale and hearty as possible. Moreover, they also help dislodge plaque and other unwanted particles that may have accumulated in them in the process.
Based on scientific research, chocolate has similar effects as anti-hypertensive drugs when consumed moderately every day. This means that while it keeps blood flow optimum, it doesn’t go overboard with the whole thing that it’s already quite dangerous for the body.
Benefit #3: It helps bolster the amount of good hormones.
Scientific studies show that chocolate contains very high amounts of the compound, phenylethylamine (PEA), which helps promote the production and release of mood-altering hormones called endorphins in the brain. Apart from making you feel happier almost instantly, these hormones also affect the mind and body in several other ways.
They can help improve your immune system, speed up the repair of damaged tissues and cells, have analgesic properties and help keep bacteria at bay that can potentially cause illnesses like coughs and colds. Plus, they can also make you find sex more pleasurable and intensify orgasms.
According to laboratory tests, men and women who consumed chocolate frequently found sex to be more enjoyable and experienced stronger sensations when they reached the Big O.
(Now here’s why you should include oatmeal in your regular diet while we’re at it.)