The science behind 10 aphrodesiacs

It’s said that oysters are an aphrodisiac, but do you know why? Oysters are high in zinc, which increases virility in men. They’re also rich in D-aspartic acid and N-methyl-D-aspartate which stimulate certain hormones that lead to attraction! Want to know more about aphrodisiacs? Zoosk teamed up with Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, Tess Ward, and to find out the truth on whether true romance can be harnessed through foods! Check out the full article here.

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