The Foods that You Never Knew Were Aphrodisiacs

Watermelon is the perfect, refreshing food for a hot summer day, so chances are that you’re not consuming watermelon while bundled up in a winter coat. However, sexy summer attire aside, there are definitely aphrodisiac qualities in this hydrating fruit. Apparently, watermelon has a huge punch of lycopene, a pigment that gives pinkish and reddish fruits and vegetables their color. However, lycopene does more than lend a blush-like hue to watermelon – it also improves circulation and relaxes blood vessels, making sure that your blood is flowing to all the right places. A few poolside slices of watermelon might get things a little steamier than you had anticipated!


10. Watermelon