Top Relationship Counseling Blog,, Announces Top Five Foods to Put Lovers ‘In the Mood’

Share Article offers married couples the latest tips and advice for keeping their passions alive. The blog’s creators, Ed and Cathy Lorient, today announce foods that inspire passion in the bedroom.

Marriage Advice Blog - Ed and Cathy Lorient

Marriage Advice Blog - Ed and Cathy Lorient

No food is known to actually raise the libido, but these foods have been shown to help. is quickly becoming one of the world’s most read relationship counseling blogs. Offering daily tips and advice for married couples across the globe, information can be read directly from their blog, or via a daily digest email.

In their latest blog post, Ed and Cathy Lorient how a lunch date can add some romance and adventure to a stressful week. The new blog post is titled, “The Top 5 Foods to Put You in the Mood”.

The blog post can be accessed here:

Within this latest post, Ed and Cathy discuss a post on Dr. Oz’s, which lists foods that are supposed to put some love and passion into romance.

While experts say that no foods are proven to improve libido, the list of foods within the article are thought to help.

Ed and Cathy share these with their readers, starting with bright foods. Fruits and vegetables with bright hues are proven to improve nutrition and hence improve libido.

Light foods are next on the list. The reason for this is simple – nobody wants to make love after a heavy meal and with a full stomach!

Chocolate is also listed, something with greatly pleases Cathy.

“I, for one, think chocolate is a very sensuous experience, but apparently there’s some science that says chocolate may have properties that can get you in the mood,” she says.

Not surprisingly, alcohol is listed as number four. Due to its great ability to limit anxiety and inhibitions, most people can relate to the aphrodisiac effects of alcohol. However, according to the article, don’t drink too much. This will only serve to depress the nervous system and bring on clumsiness.

Finally, oysters are mentioned – an old favourite among some.

“Just one usually supplies the daily requirement for zinc, a trace mineral that’s essential for conception. Even a brief shortage of zinc impairs ovulation in women and reduces semen and testosterone in men,” writes Ed and Cathy, directly quoting from the article.

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