Looking to spend a wad of cash on some pseudoscientific sex-food? TODAY IS YOUR LUCKY DAY.
Via Discovery News:
Billing itself as “the world’s first all-natural, GMO-free, gender-based breakfast cereal,” Sexcereal comes in two packages: “The Male cereal supports testosterone and energy levels,” according to the website, “while the Female cereal was created with hormonal balance and desire in mind.”
Created by Peter Ehrlich, a Canadian entrepreneur who won funding on the television show “Dragon’s Den,” Canada’s version of “Shark Tank,” Sexcereal is made from a long list of ingredients said to stimulate the sexual appetite. For women, there are chia seeds, almonds, cacao nibs, ginger and, among others, maca, a Peruvian plant known for its sex-enhancing benefits. Along with maca (a key ingredient in Horny Goat Weed), men’s ingredients include bee pollen, pumpkin seeds, goji berries, Vitimamin-C enriched camu camu berries and, for confidence, a sprinkle of powder made from the pulverized penis bone of a blue whale. Just kidding about that last ingredient. Ehrlich didn’t include that in his recipe. But as Wooderson once said, “It’d be a lot cooler if you did.”
Just a reminder: no reputable scientific studies to date have confirmed any food to have aphrodisiac powers (not in humans, at least). From Chapter 1, Subchapter D, section 310.528 of the FDA's Code of Federal Regulation (Title 21, Volume V), regarding products containing active ingredients for use as an aphrodisiac (emphasis in bold):