In the beginning, the avocado was declared an aphrodisiac because of its appearance. The Aztecs called the avocado tree ahuacuatl, or testicle tree. Modern science explains why: avocados deliver close to 20 vitamins and minerals. And among those nutrients, it delivers nutrition essential to sexual health, including beta carotene, magnesium and vitamin E. These nutrients are all associated with sex drive, sexual performance and overall fulfilling sex life. They also provide a source of folate, which might help explain their association with fertility.
Crab is an aphrodisiac substance that helps increase libido and sexual energy. It's high in zinc and contains compounds which raise testosterone and estrogen levels, therefore boosting sexual desire.
Chorizo contains high levels of protein and zinc, which are also said to help in the production of testosterone.