Dr. Fevzi Özgönül gave important information about nutrition with love for 14 February Valentine's Day. Someone in love is happy, hopeful for the future, self-confident and social. When he wakes up the next day, he is still in love. Oxytocin released from the area of the brain called the hypothalamus, known as the love hormone, has many effects on the person.
It increases self-confidence in people, so even if you are overweight, you will be at peace with yourself, thinking that it doesn't matter. It activates protective motives. Oxytocin reduces stress. It increases sexual arousal. As the level of oxytocin increases, they start to find the person they love more attractive than others. The pain threshold of those in love is high and they do not feel pain easily. It provides improvement in night sleep and a more vigorous day.
In short, all you need to do to ignite your love is to increase your level of love hormone oxytocin.
Now let's come to the foods that will feed love;
There is a saying that love does not feed your stomach, and they say that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. What should we feed our loved one? Since contact and intimacy are so important in love, make sure you choose a very small table tonight for your dining table, so you'll be much closer to your loved one.
Use curry to create an aphrodisiac effect in meals, a chicken or meat dish with curry sauce would be a good option. A celery with olive oil will go very well with it. Celery is also a vegetable with a strong aphrodisiac effect among vegetables.
- A walnut that you can eat instead of bread has a strong aphrodisiac effect.
- We should not forget the effect of fruits, especially bananas and strawberries.
- Asparagus should also take its place on the table as a soup or appetizer.
- Finally, a pudding can be added to the table to take advantage of the aphrodisiac effect of cinnamon.