A recent study released by the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that when men and women consumed more seafood they had more sex.
In fact, couples that BOTH ate at least two servings of fish or seafood experienced and we are sure, enjoyed a 22 percent spike in sexual intercourse.
Fish contains omega-3 fatty acids and has been known to help boost semen production and increase levels of progesterone—which could explain all the sex.
Want to put this study to the test? Here is a recipe for grilled salmon to get you started.
Simple Grilled Salmon Recipe
—4 large lemon wedges
—4 wild caught salmon fillets with skin on
—one jar of capers
—salt and pepper to taste
Brush grill grates with vegetable oil and pre-heat to grill on high heat and reduce to medium heat. Place fish on grill skin-side first and allow to cook for approximately 3-4 minutes. Flip and cook on the other side.
Remove from heat. Fish should be pink and slightly flakey. Squeeze lemon on fish, add a dash of salt and pepper, place fresh dill on fish and top with capers. Serve with a side of fresh veggies.