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3 Healthy Foods You Should Eat Before Being Intimate With Your Partner

Do you know that there are certain foods that can help you have better intimacy with your partner when you eat them? Lifesum, an outstanding health searching app based in Sweden, examined its user data to find out which foods were most prominent to eat before and after copulation (within two hours or less). Data came from Germany, France, Sweden, Italy, the United States, and the United Kingdom and out of 2,566 foods that were tailed, chocolate was the most popular.

Some of the foods we can eat for better intercourse include;

1. Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds, like oysters, are packed with zinc. They’re also tremendous inception of magnesium. They encompass antioxidative, antihypertensive, and cardioprotective nutrients, all necessary for optimal sexual health.

The omega-3 fatty acids in pumpkin seeds can help with gynecological and prostate health. Omega-3s are known to reduce epidemics in the body.

2. Avocados 

Avocados are adequate for the testicles, or at least what comes out of them. Adaptable and healthy avocados are packed with vitamin E. Vitamin E is a key antioxidant that expands blood vessels, potentially lowering the risk for cardiovascular infection. It may also reduce sperm DNA damage.

3. Oysters

This fresh seafood is rich in zinc, a key mineral for sexual maturation. Zinc helps your body produce testosterone, a hormone linked with sexual appetite. It also helps synthesize thyroid hormones, necessary for having energy. Of course, you can’t expect abrupt results just by eating six raw oysters. But oysters do contain the nutrients important for sexual function.

Source;

https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/foods-for-better-sex#But-do-these-foods-have-merit?

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