Aphrodisiac foods: effective or scam?

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Many professionals often hear the virtues of aphrodisiac foods such as chocolate, ginger, asparagus, oysters, garlic, etc. According to them, certain foods would boost libido, increase the vigor of erection, sexual potency, etc. But is it really effective, or false, and intended to boost the sale of products? Today, Vincent Body Expert puts an end to the assumptions and brings you a concrete answer on the subject.

VERDICT OF APHRODISIVE FOODS

You can eat chocolate, ginger, asparagus, oysters, garlic, saffron, truffle, caviar, ginseng, or any other food with the virtues presented as aphrodisiacs, it will have no effect on the erection or libido, and whatever the amount you consume. As we are serious in the Team Body Expert, I decided to do a test by consuming over a period of 1 month different so-called aphrodisiac foods. As a result, I saw Zero performance increase. And when I say zero, it’s really zero. Then I explain to you why the result could not be otherwise.

THE FUNCTIONING OF THE BODY

To understand why so-called aphrodisiac foods or products are ineffective, we will first have to look at how the body works. The human body is programmed to be healthy, to function well, which includes having good erections as well as a good libido. When it encounters a dysfunction or a drop in energy, it is only because an external element interferes and disturbs the proper functioning of the body.

Therefore, to solve a bodily dysfunction, it will not be necessary to add a food, a product, or anything else, but to detect and remove the factors causing the problem. Is the problem of erection in men or libido in women linked to: a daily industrial diet loaded with chemicals and hormonal disruptors, undesirable effects of certain drugs, non-compliance with cycles sleep, physical exhaustion, sexual routine, concern, etc? These are the factors to work on, not add cocoa or ginger to your diet. Food sold as having an aphrodisiac effect is just a commercial hoax.

You can use any outside means to help you, it will not cure you until you eliminate the original problem. But it is not with a method which does not sell anything and which definitively solves the problems that industrialists and traders will generate profit.

DOES VIAGRA CONTAIN APHRODISIAC FOODS?

If we take the example of Viagra which is a powerful doping product for erection but which has no healing action, there is no cocoa, asparagus, or any other aphrodisiac food in its composition. Viagra is made up of purely chemical molecules. Go to the pharmacy to find out about the composition of erection or libido products, you will not find anything based on cocoa and saffron.

PROFESSIONALS & FALSE APHRODISIAC VIRTUES

All professionals such as journalists, cooks, or food sellers who communicate about the virtues of an aphrodisiac food know that it is pipo. And yet, these same professionals promote and coat them with scientific qualifiers such as: vasodilator effect, endorphin stimulation, testosterone stimulation, etc. These scammers hide fake with a science image that is guaranteed by an audience that does not know how the body works.

Journalists write rags on anything and everything either to publish a paper for their boss, or to promote products for a check.
The cooks talk about aphrodisiac foods to put some mythology and legend in order to embellish a food or a dish.
Then sellers specializing in aprodisiac foods do business by shining solutions to people with erection problems or libido.

This is how unethical professionals promote false virtues.

SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEMS OF LIBIDO & ERECTION

The effectiveness in solving an erection problem in a man or a libido in a woman lies in removing the factor or factors that interfere with the proper functioning of the body, and not in adding solutions. For those who would like to be guided to detect and eliminate these factors, I invite you either to follow a private counseling session on sex, or to obtain The Art of Fucking technical manual. You will find there all the information necessary to find a solid erection or a good libido.