Get cozy with your partner this fall.

Warm your heart, and other things, with these seasonal superfoods

Now that fall has arrived, there is a certain crispness in the air that just makes you want to get close and cozy with your partner – whether you're cuddling by the fire or enjoying a bit of romantic time after a day of apple picking. Fall is also prime time for some of the most heart-warming comfort foods out there, and The Huffington Post has recently singled out a few pieces of produce that will boost your nutrient intake and leave you feeling warm at heart.

Fall is all about gourds, so why not get creative with a few pumpkin dishes and drinks? The source notes pumpkins are rich in the antioxidant beta-carotene. Plus, the seeds from this seasonal staple are also highly nutritious, loaded with brain-boosting amino acids and potassium. And, as we've mentioned before on this blog, a platter of baked and seasoned pumpkin seeds has also been touted as a natural aphrodisiac thanks to their high levels of libido-boosting zinc. Whether you pick up canned filling for a delicious pie or head straight to the local pumpkin patch, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this gourd and – frankly – no reason not to!

The source notes that apples are also an excellent superfood to savor this season. You can enjoy them raw or throw together a hot apple crisp – and what beats a hot cup of apple cider on a cool autumn night? This fruit is already renowned for its health benefits, and don't forget it was a sumptuous apple that ultimately tempted Eve. 

After delighting in these seasonal superfoods, you're sure to feel warm and tingly inside and out. You may even find that sensation making its way into the bedroom as well, so be sure to stay stocked up on natural massaging oil and other sex aids to get things off the ground.

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