Considered the most extravagant aphrodisiac in the world, caviar was a favorite of Casanova, who liked to eat spoonfuls of the sweet and savory pearls in between his legendary romantic conquests.
When fish roe was first discovered in the Caspian and Black seas in the 13th century, it was thought to promote longevity, which made it a favorite delicacy among royalty in Russia and Iran.
Today, caviar is considered an indulgent luxury food used for special occasions and holidays due to its high price in the West.
A delicacy reserved for the occasional indulgence, caviar is a decadent and rich food that has high levels of sodium and cholesterol.
Health Benefits of Caviar
However, according to nutritionists, small amounts of caviar have many health benefits. And when it comes to optimal sexual health, it all starts with a healthy body. Besides its luxurious taste and texture, these savory pearls of the sea are treasured around the world for their ability to invigorate the libido and support a healthy sex drive.
Nutritionist and author of: “The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food”, Kaayla T. Daniel recommends high-fat animal foods like caviar, which contain natural saturated fats, and not unhealthy trans fats and polyunsaturated fats.
These high-fat foods help stimulate the production of sex hormones like testosterone, the primary male hormone responsible for enhancing the libido.
Because caviar is a type of egg, it contains the same vitamins that chicken eggs have, including B5 and B6, which help balance hormone levels essential for a healthy sex drive.
Similar to chicken eggs, caviar is a good source of easily digested lean proteins, which provide the fuel for sustained energy required for sexual activity.
“Besides its luxurious taste and texture, these savory pearls of the sea are treasured around the world for their ability to invigorate the libido and support a healthy sex drive.”
Caviar is even more nutritious than poultry eggs because these luxurious diamonds of the ocean contain L–Arginine, an amino acid, which helps increase circulation and blood flow throughout the body, including the sex organs.
Caviar is also a good source of Vitamin B12, riboflavin, and calcium – all help maximize energy levels before sex, making it the perfect food for getting you and your lover in the mood for romance.
These delectable pearls also contain substantial amounts of Vitamin D, a cholesterol–derived steroid hormone that is not only essential for bone strength and mental health, but also, balances testosterone levels along with Vitamins B5 and B6. It also nourishes and enhances nerve cells, which are important for heightening romantic feelings.
Caviar is an opulent and indulgent food, high in fat and cholesterol, but its enhancement of the libido will help you work off the calories later in the boudoir.
Pair it with champagne for added hints of sweetness and to cleanse the palate with vibrant and crisp bubbles. When you serve caviar at your next candlelit dinner, get ready to take your sex life — and taste buds – to the next level.
The Proper Way to Serve Caviar
The serving of this luxury of the sea is nearly always a ceremonious event. The Russian tradition of preparing caviar is nearly tantric in its ordered movements.
Connoisseurs recommend eating caviar from a wooden or shell spoon, believing that metal will taint the delicate eggs’ flavor. It is also recommended that caviar be served at room temperature, not directly from the fridge.
Some connoisseurs even say that eating the fish eggs from a lover’s skin provides the best possible temperature at which to enjoy the seductive seafood.
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