Monday, May 05, 2014

Aphrodisiac Cookbook Delights with Enticing Recipes for Love

Food and s e xuality are inextricably intertwined. We use the same senses at the table to measure a great meal as we do to appreciate a fine time in bed – the eyes, the ears, the nose, the mouth, and tactile sensations. We have foreplay, and we have fork play! Then there is this: great food is like great s e x – both can evoke ecstatic pleas for more.

Los Angeles psychologist Dr. Linda Villers spent six years researching the relationship between food and s e x. The results of her arduous endeavor can be found in her book Simple S e x y Food, 101 Tasty Aphrodisiac Recipes and Sensual Tips to Stir Your Libido and Feed Your Love.

The culinary taste treats in this exquisitely done 248-page book reveal the time-tested, proven, key elements in the art of seduction. There are certain foods that lead to desire and intimacy and love.
Simple S e x y Food is very simply a manual for aphrodisiac cooking and sensual self-help, which offers up 101 enticing recipes along with Lore and Fun Facts that explain both the folkloric history and scientific evidence supporting the arousing abilities of each food ingredient. The book is practical, inspiring, erotic, and elegant.

Dr. De Villers offers up a virtual alphabetic pantheon of the foods, concoctions, and the s e x y nutrients, which can stir the libido. Apples, apricots, bananas, beets, carrots, caviar, celery, cherries, chocolate, cilantro, clams, dates, eggplant, eggs, ginger, grapes, honey, ice cream, lobster, mangoes, mussels, olive oil, oranges, oysters, papaya, pears, pineapples, pomegranates, salmon, shrimp, steak, and yes strawberries, and much more, which you can use to entice anyone at anytime.

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About Dr. Linda De Villers

Linda De Villers, Ph.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Diplomate and Clinical Supervisor in S e x Therapy with the American Association of S e x Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).

For nearly three decades, Dr. De Villers has maintained a private practice and has taught psychology, health psychology, and human s e x uality courses at major universities and colleges. She is currently an adjunct professor in the psychology departments of
Pepperdine University Graduate School, Santa Monica College, and Chaffey College.

She has had extensive media coverage and has published research around the world, and is widely quoted and referenced in numerous regional, national, and international media. A brief list of her appearances includes New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Cosmo, Glamour, McCalls, Mademoiselle, Better Homes and Gardens, Fitness and Men’s Health in print; Discovery Health, Montel Williams, Berman & Berman, Midmorning Los Angeles and Jenny Jones Show on television; and numerous regional and national radio shows. For one year, she had a monthly column in Health magazine; prior to that, she was a weekly Q&A Columnist for

Dr. De Villers grew up in a medical household in which healthy and sumptuous eating ruled the day. She has spent over 30 years honing her clinical knowledge of s e xuality and physical and mental health, combing it with a foodies’ enthusiasm for fine cuisine, cast when she married a Frenchman. She has spent the last sixteen years developing the playful approach to life, love and food and the practice of seduction with her husband Dennis.

Simple S e x y Food is her second book and follows on the success of her first book, Love Skills, still in print fifteen years after publication.

She lives in
Los Angeles, California.

Simple S e x y Food - 101 Tasty Aphrodisiac Recipes and Sensual Tips to Stir Your Libido and Feed Your Love by Linda De Villers, PhD is available online or wherever books are sold.

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1 comment:

Flirty & Feisty Romance said...

Hi Dr. Linda,

What an exciting link between food and s e x! Interesting comparison. I'll check it out.