The Asparaugus has many qualities and does our health a lot of good. Asparagus is an excellent source of Vitamin K. This has a lot of positive qualities, perhaps the best known is that it helps clot the blood, essential when bleeding!
- Has high Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties.
- Serves as a Natural Diuretic.
- Nourishes the Digestive Tract.
- Good Source of Fibre.
- High in Vitamin B1 Thiamine & Vitamin K
- Helps Fight Cancer.
- contains glutathione (fights aging) and free radicals
- protects the skin from polution and cancer.
Asparagus is not only great for the sex life, but is also a super healthy food in general and a biog help to so many aspects of your diet. Asparagus contains folic acid, potassium, fibre, A, B, and C vitamins, all of which fight free radicals and inflammation. The nutrients in asparagus protect your heart, your digestive system, your bones, and even your cells.
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promotes good sex
That Asparagus is an aphropdisiac seems very true, its been more than just folklore for a couple of thousand years now. Cleopatra fed it to Caesar and The Vegetarian Society claim that hand feeding asparagus to your lover triggers the mind to have a physiological response. Its been traditional in France for the bride and groom to be fed several courses of asparagus at their wedding feast, so firmly is this belief held by the French.
Many people imagine its just that the asparagus spears are phallic in shape and appearance, but in fact there is much more to the asparagus' claims to be a powerful aphrodisiac.
Food affects the brain's chemistry, energy levels , and triggers the release of hormones too. All these effects are those of eating asparagus. Asparagus is rich in vitamin B6, as well as folate, both of which have properties that boost arousal in both men and women. There’s also vitamin E in asparagus that helps to stimulate men and women’s sex hormones as well.
Asparagus stimulates a natural body substance called histamine. This substance plays a role in sex as well as its other beneficial effects. Sexual performance and sexual response is compromised when histamine levels are too low.
Optimal levels of histamine are important for a healthy sex drive in both men and women. Histamine improves erectile function, as well as improving both men and women’s hormone levels. And, healthy histamine levels are related to easy sexual orgasm, both for men and women.
The French for asparagus is “aspèrge” and aspèrge is a slang word in France for penis!
What is Asparagus?
Known to many as folk grass, asparagus is a flowering pereniial, and is in fact a lilly plant. Asparagus shoots are quite delicate, meaning growers have to take special care in the growing period, the spring, and when harvesting too. This, combined with the short season often makes it one of the most expensive vegetables found on western tables, but many would argue that asparagus is one of the most delicious plants available.
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How to cook Asparagus
Many inexperienced cooks will look at asparagus and be scared that they will make a mess of this expensive and delicate vegetable, but really its quite simple and straight-forward:
To prepare the asparagus: first, get some really fresh ones - they should be a bright green colour, not dark or brown. Wash the the stalks (spears) in cold water to remove any soil or insects and other debris, and cut the bottom of the stalks off, to suit the appearance, or the dish / bowl you are using. Many chefs cut them all the same length, which looks neat when tied, but it sounbds like a step too far.
To Season: Drizzle the aspasagus in olive oil and sprinkle you choice of seasoning on them - garlic, salt and pepper are the most popular, and many add a touch of Parmesan cheese. A nice lemon and mustard vinaigrette can help too. Sautéeing them in melted butter is often done, but will negate some of the weight loss; asparagus will help you lose weight on its own, but coating them in butter seems to be a backward step!
The shoots (or 'spears' as most people call asparagus) should be rolled around in the seasoning to ensure an even coating, and then placed on a baking tray.
To cook, just pop them into a pre-heated oven Mark 7, 220°F) for ten minutes and then check if they are tender enough. Give them a couple more minutes if they need it. Jamie Oliver says you can cook asparagus on the stove, in the oven, or under a grill.
And thats it - a ready to serve delicious and nutritious accompaniment to any dish.
Taste Tip - we recently tried asparagus wrapped in prosciutto ham, although any ham that cooks well would do the job just as well. ENJOY!!!
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What is Asparagus?
Known to many as folk grass, asparagus is a flowering pereniial, and is in fact a lilly plant. Asparagus shoots are quite delicate, meaning growers have to take special care in the growing period, the spring, and when harvesting too. This, combined with the short season often makes it one of the most expensive vegetables found on western tables, but many would argue that asparagus is one of the most delicious plant we eat.
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