The Foods that You Never Knew Were Aphrodisiacs

Celery may be a staple of every veggie plate you encounter, but it’s not something that seems particularly sexy. Sure, it comes in a stalk, but still – it’s watery, it’s fibrous, and it’s not really that flavourful. However, there’s a particular element in celery that might lead you to reconsider including it as a daily snack. Celery contains androsterone, a hormone that males produce which is known to stimulate sexual arousal in females. There’s no evidence that the androsterone found in celery has the same effect as the androsterone naturally produced by males, but hey – it’s good for you, so it doesn’t hurt to incorporate the crunchy veggie just in case.


4. Celery