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Top 5 Fertility Fruits

Updated on January 16, 2015
Turn on the heat with some fruit salad
Turn on the heat with some fruit salad | Source

Fruits of Passion

For ages fruits have worked as very efficient aphrodisiacs to boost passion and craving for intimacy in both men and women. These fruits in particular have not only heightened the intensity of love in men and women but these fruits are also able to cure certain infertility problems in them. These fruits can help in curing the hormonal imbalances that can in turn enhance the fertility of both men and women alike. So the next time you look out for some pills to increase your libido better opt for these fruits. These fruits will definitely help you but in a natural way with no side effects at all.

Some fruits can play an important role in your love life. Get to know them. This can be of immense help when Valentine's Day is nearing you and you want to spend a lovely passionate time with your beloved.

1. Strawberry

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Strawberries are considered as ultimate powerhouse of energy. Nutritionists claim that strawberries have high level of zinc which can definitely benefit the males in producing high levels of testosterone. Zinc also help in increased sperm production and thus can enhance fertility in men. Apart from helping men, strawberries help women get psychologically charged up for sex. Apart from all these strawberries help in increasing blood flow in the body and work as a powerful anti-oxidant.

Now we know why did ancient Romans considered strawberry as the symbol of Venus, the goddess of love, passion and fertility.

You can always enjoy strawberries dipped in chocolate sauce or whipped cream during your most intimate moments with your beloved.

2. Banana

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We might have seen that players during the middle of a game gorge into a banana and get back to the field. Well banana can be an excellent source of instant energy. It contains a good amount of anti-oxidant and vitamins. Banana has a generous amount of potassium inside it which helps to boost up sex hormones. It also has the enzyme bromelain that can cure impotency in men and increase their overall sperm count.

Bananas can be loved by both partners. Moreover its particular shape can turn on some people. Banana can be eaten raw or you can simply make a banana milkshake with sugar syrup and both of you can sip from one glass. That is so romantic!

3. Pineapple

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Pineapple is a fruit that when eaten can make a person happy. According to nutritionists Pineapple has a huge amount of "feel good hormones" production capability because it is rich in Vitamin C. It contains an important mineral manganese that can enhance the fertility of men. It is a very important fruit that can definitely boost male sex hormones.

Saying it is good for men, women please do not ignore the power of pineapple. Pineapple can help prevent aging. It is a good reserve of anti-oxidant and improves overall body immunity system that can prolong the youth and vitality of women.

Beneath the outer rough exterior of pineapple a sweet, juicy and fleshy fruit awaits to be devoured.

You can eat Pineapple raw or you can add its juice in your favorite cocktail Pina Colada, relish and enjoy.

4. Avocado

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The very name avocado means in Nahuatl "testicle" because of its striking similarity to the said male body part. Avocado itself is a great sex booster. It helps in the blood circulation of the body and it also helps to boost up the stamina. Avocado is rich in potassium and folic acid, hence it is good for both men and women. Avocado helps to enhance both male and female fertility.

Avocado is not a sweet fruit. It has a distinct savory and creamy taste. Avocado tastes best when eaten in a salad or in Mexican dips called guacamole which can be enjoyed with sandwich toasts and burritos.

5. Figs

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Figs are well known for its luscious sexual appeal and musky intoxicating aroma. Figs were Queen Cleopatra's favorite fruit and why not! Figs were regarded as the fruits of fertility from the ancient days. It definitely helps in increasing the sex drive of both men and women. Figs help in producing nitric oxide which in turn enhances the blood flow of the body that can instill youth, vigor and vitality in a person.

Apart from this the natural AHA properties of the figs help to get a natural glowing and healthy skin that can add to the charm and beauty of the person. Phytochemicals present in figs help in preventing skin cancer.

Figs can be eaten fresh or dried. In both the cases they simply taste awesome.

Basic nutrition facts

Fruits
Calorie
Total Fat(g)
Cholesterol(mg)
Sodium(mg)
Potassium(mg)
Total Carbohydrate(g)
Protien(g)
Strawberry
49
0
0
2
153
12
1
Banana
110
0
0
0
450
30
1
Pineapple
82
0
0
2
109
22
1
Avocado
240
22
0
11
485
13
3
Fig
110
0
0
0
232
26
1
Serving size is equal to one medium bowl.

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