If you are the type of man or woman that often hit a slump in the bedroom, it may be time for you to give a closer look at your diet.
Maintaining a healthy sex drive is connected or linked to feeling physically and emotionally healthy,food can play an important role in helping you get to your groove and drive in the other room.
These six foods are filled with nutrients that can perk up your libido and improve your overall health too.
1. Red Wine
A glass of red wine may help ladies get in the mood.the Journal of Sexual Medicine shows that one or two glasses of red wine a day increases sexual desire and lubrication in women. Red wine contains quercetin, which might account for the positive response.
For a healthy sexual life,include a variety of meat in your diet.Beef,chicken and,pork contain carnitine,L-arginine and,zinc. Carnitine and L-arginine are amino acids that improve blood flow.according to NYU Langone Medical centre,these two nutrient may effectively treat erectile dysfunction in some men.
You must have come across the saying"An apple a day keeps the doctor away".Apples,along with berries,cherries and dark-coloured grapes are rich in quercetin,as far as sex goes,the quercetin plays a role in controlling symptoms of prostatitis and interstitial cystitis and it promotes circulation.
The pungent herb is a natural blood thinner often used to prevent high blood pressure,high cholesterol and heart disease. The anticoagulant properties help ensure plenty of blood flow your nether regions.you and your partner can both benefit from a healthy dose of garlic before an amorous evening.
5. Nuts and seeds
A daily snacks on a handful of nuts and seeds can take you to new heights in bedroom.cashews and almonds are chockfull of zinc and contain L-arginine to get your blood flowing. Examples are; walnuts,pumpkin seeds,sun flower seeds and peanuts.
Research carried out at a 2005 conference of the American chemical society shows that oysters,clams and,scallops contains compound that raise testosterone and oestrogen levels. A boost in hormone production translates into heightened sexual desire in many cases. Oysters are excellent source of zinc which aids blood flow to sexual organs in both genders.
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