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Ladies! Are you searching? Here is one sure way to win a Nigerian man’s heart

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It is no longer news that men are hard to find these days for several ladies who have attained the age of marriage. According to recent data obtained from Statista, women unlike men were more likely to marry at a given marriageable age than their male counterparts.

In 2018, 70 percent of women in Nigeria aged 15 to 49 years were married, while 25 percent of them never married. Data on the marital status of men show that women were more likely to marry. Indeed, the share of men who never married exceeded 40 percent as of 2018.”

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These facts to a large extent explain why women nowadays are devising several means to keep or win the heart of a man. 

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For some women, using diabolic means is a solution; others explore several sex skills and potions, like Kayanmata to keep their man, but these two options are somewhat extreme and popularly regarded as difficult choices for women, especially those who are highly religious – both the Bible and Quran, preach against it. 

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For ladies who are still singing Tiwa Savage’s song, “somebody’s son” prayerfully and hoping for their own Mr. Right, TheNewsGuru (TNG) has curated one sure way to winning the heart of a man, especially one who is Nigerian.

There is a popular saying that “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach“, this proverb isn’t far from the truth, as it has been a method used by women of old and it is still in use by most wise ladies to win the heart of their man. 

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You might be wondering, what could be the right delicacy that men will eat and fall in love with the woman who prepared it? Well here is a list of Nigerian delicacies you can cook to win the heart of your dream man.

 

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Pepper Soup: 

Food and sex have a long, complicated history. For years, people have talked about some foods that work on both psychosomatic and physiological levels. Supported in part by mythological beliefs and in part by actual science, pepper soup garnished with scent leaf, nutmeg and African ginger can help boost sex drive.

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In Nigerian society, pepper soup is a local delicacy served in parties and some homes. It is recommended for mothers who have just given birth and for the cold weather because it keeps one warm from the inside.

Researchers show that many condiments of pepper soup such as scent leaf can significantly impact sex drive. Extracts of many spices used to prepare pepper soup have been shown to enhance libido in animal trials, which offers promise for humans, too.

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In a new study, researchers said scent leaf reduces the key enzymes relevant to poor libido in penile and testicular tissues of rats. It has a similar effect to sildenafil, a conventional sex-enhancing drug, although with less effectiveness.

 

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Egusi Soup:

Egusi soup is made from Egusi melon seeds which are found in the southern parts of Nigeria and are also a subspecies of watermelon seeds. 

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The seed is a good source of potassium and calcium, minerals that regulate blood pressure. It is also a rich source of magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc which is a mineral the body needs every day for many vital functions, such as cell metabolism, stamina, and regulating levels of testosterone and is the most important male sex hormone. In men, testosterone regulates a number of functions alongside sperm production, sex drive etc. Just like all plant foods, egusi is naturally cholesterol-free.  It is best served with pounded yam.

 

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Banga Soup:

Banga soup is made from palm seed, and it is one of the most enjoyed dishes by the Urhobos and Itsekiris. Other tribes also have their own versions of it.

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All it takes to prepare is an assortment of spice flavourings, an assortment of meat and fish. It is rich in minerals, antioxidants, vitamin K and helps in the treatment of Vitamin A deficiency, as we all know,  vitamin A helps in improving female sex hormone production and regular reproductive cycles.

 

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Tigernut: Quite a number of Nigerians are familiar with the benefits of tigernut. So famed is this fruit that its history dates back to generations. Besides boosting the libido, treat erectile dysfunction, increase sperm count, you are in for a fibre treat.

If you are looking to be even more adventurous, try the amazing tiger nut drink: a blended combination of coconut, tiger nut and dates and share with your partner.

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