Porridge, which is a staple breakfast for many people, known to be packed with nutrients so much required by the body in the early hours of the day, is also endowed with libido enhancing properties.
Porridge, which has long been recommended as a good start to the day for people, is now being described as "an orgasmic breakfast-in-bed".
'Morning Glory' is made by Rude Health, a cereal company whose fans already include the famously suggestive cook, Nigella Lawson, among others, reports The Scotsman.
The 'blessed' food contains organic British oats which the makers claim "enhances libido by re-balancing oestrogen and testosterone levels to help keep your stamina up all morning".
Pumpkin seeds are added which contain zinc "for a high-octane sex-drive boost" as well as barley, rye and quinoa flakes "for a cheeky wake-up crunch".