They’re chock full of potassium which experts say are a crucial nutrient for muscle contraction. Bananas also contain bromelain to help produce testosterone, which has been linked to higher sex drives in women.
It might not be the sexist vegetable, but experts say when we eat celery, the smell of two chemicals it contains – androsterone and androstenol – are released through your sweat glands to attract the opposite sex.
Capsicums have high levels of Vitamin C which helps in blood circulation to your organs. It’s also been linked to an improved female libido. Top tip: red capsicums have the highest levels of Vitamin C, so go for those if you can.
They’ve been used since ancient times as an aphrodisiac, so wake up your libido with zinc-rich pine nuts. Zinc help with testosterone production, with women with higher testosterone levels having the highest sex drives.
If your partner has problems getting in the mood, sweeten the deal by getting him to chow down on watermelon. Watermelon contains citrulline to relax blood vessels and improve blood flow to your sex organs, with some researchers claiming it has a Viagra-like effect when it comes to preventing erectile dysfunction.