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Best and worst foods for your sex life

Best and worst foods for your sex life
Best and worst foods for your sex life
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There are a lot of things that can make sex better. One of them is no other than eating some foods that are proven aphrodisiacs in their own way. Some of these foods are good for increasing one's mood and desire for sex. While on the flip side, there are some food, which will actually make one not want to even think about or have sex at all.

What are these foods? Read on.

Best Foods:

Almonds:
Almonds contain zinc, selenium, and Vitamin E. These are three ingredients that have been shown to be very important for sexual health and reproduction. Zinc is a mineral that does help produce mens sex hormones and to boost libido. Selenium is said to help with fertility issues.

Strawberries:
Strawberries are very rich naturally in anti-oxidants which are great for good health. These anti-oxidants promote good circulation for both the heart and arteries. They are also very rich in Vitamin C, which is said to, boost the sperm count up in men.

Avocados
Avocados are a superfruit that is very rich naturally in Vitamin E, which does have lots of anti-oxidants, and these anti-oxidants are very good health properties for the body. They also have potassium and Vitamin B6, which are both very good for heart health, and to promote good blood flow.

Tomatoes:
Tomatoes are a great sex food that is all natural. They contain an ingredient called lycopene. Lycopene is very good and beneficial to a man's prostate health overall. It is truly indeed a love fruit in every way.

Oysters:
Oysters are a very well known aphrodisiac. They are very high in zinc and zinc is what delivers. What does it deliver? It delivers a major increase in libido and testosterone. Maintaining good and strong testosterone levels for sex are important. This is because these levels do deliver when it comes to sexual vigor and stamina.

Chocolate:
Chocolate is something that is not only sweet, but is good for everything. Not only will it satisfy your taste buds. It will also go all out to increase sexual stamina. Chocolate does contain natural flavanoids. These natural flavanoids are an anti-oxidant that does help to lessen the risk of heart disease. Chocolate pumps up the heart in a good way and a good heart rate is great for good sex.

Worst Foods:

Steak:
It's very true that meat does contain zinc and protein. However, on the flip side, it also contains things that are not so good for health. These things are all about saturated fats and cholesterol. Two bad things that can promote high blood pressure, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. These health conditions can affect blood circulation and sexual function.

Alcohol:
It's very true that a glass of wine can relax a person. This is something that cannot be denied. However, alcohol can be one of the worst things for a love life, in that it can dampen one's sexual desire. It can also decrease arousal, sensitivity, and lower one's inhibitions.

Any fatty foods:
Fatty foods are bad. A lot of fried and fast foods out there have tremendous levels of bad fats in them. These bad fats are no other than saturated and trans fats. These bad fats can affect your heart and blood flow. They can also cause diabetes type 2 in people. Type 2 diabetes can lead to having sexual problems in both men and women.

Summary:
If you want your sex life to improve on all fronts. There are some foods that can definitely help and enhance the romance in a big way. However, there is also foods to avoid, if you don't want the sex to be next to none or none at all. It's truly amazing that what we can eat can influence this in a major way. So, with this said, only eat the foods that will make you feel sexier and want sex from your partner or significant other. You don't want to eat foods that are bad for you in general. Stay away from the worst foods that have been included in this list. You will not only protect your sexual health, but also, your long term overall health too. This is why this article was put together to help with both sexual health and regular health for the future.

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