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The 10 Commandments of Sex & Food



    Sex and food go together like peanut butter and jelly. We have already talked about why food and sex work so well together and how to spice things up in your kitchen. But when involving food and sex we should always follow a set of commandments. No one wants any spicy peppers or hot oils near our pleasure zones! Ouch! So if you are ready to bring some sexy food into your love life read on! Dr. Jenn is here with her 10 commandments concerning food and sex!

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    Commandment #1

    Many fresh fruits are sensual and nutritious. Choose five of different colors and shapes and create a fruit plate of foreplay.

    Commandment #2 

    Eating small amounts of dark chocolate is not only pleasing to your taste buds, it also raises your body’s endorphins.

    Commandment #3 

    Double the amount of time you usually spend eating a meal and chew each bite longer to truly experience the food

    Commandment #4 

    Pay attention to all five senses when you’re in the bedroom and be present with regard to the pleasant sensations felt in the moment.


    Commandment #5 

    Create your own aphrodisiacs – take turns once a week preparing or buying a meal or special food item that is all about pleasing your partner.

    Commandment #6 

    Eat a rainbow of fresh vegetables regularly for the high fiber and vitamins and minerals. A healthy you can lead to a healthy sex drive.

    Commandment #7 

    Spend 20 minutes eating an orange, alone or with a partner; be mindful of what it is like to make love to that orange.


    Commandment #8 

    If you are going to indulge in foods that you think are guilty pleasures, don’t feel guilty and just enjoy the experience (and the pleasures).

    Commandment #9 

    Never put sweet items in your vagina because the sugar can increase the chance of a bacterial infection.

    Commandment #10 

    Avoid foods that make you feel bloated and sluggish (fried foods, refined carbohydrates, rich cream sauces, saturated fats, or excessive sugar) – it doesn’t feel sexy!

    Keeping these commandments in mind, go forth and enjoy your sexual experience with all your senses!

    Jennifer Gunsaullus, PhD, is a sociologist, sexuality speaker, and sex therapist, with a passion for challenging people to sexually think outside the box.

    Dr. Jenn is a public speaker on topics including healthy relationships, love, gender, mindfulness, erotic play, and happiness. She counsels individuals and couples, in person and over Skype, to assist in creating and maintaining open communication and fulfilling intimacy. Dr. Jenn is a contributing writer for Pacific San Diego Magazine and is a sex and relationship expert on Fox 5 news and San Diego Living. Follow her on Twitter at  @DrJennsDen and Facebook.
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