6 Foods to Improve Your Sex Life
Although the 6 foods listed below will help most in improving their sex life, if you choose to eat too many Doritos Locos Tacos, sit around watching too much reality tv, and avoid exercise like the plague, sorry, but these will not fix you. However, if you limit the above, you should notice a surprising improvement and your partner will most likely enjoy you more.
•Salmon: Wild caught salmon is a superstar for their source of Omega-3 fatty acids, and DHA. Salmon helps our cardiovascular system by reducing inflammation, preventing excessive blood clotting, and maintaining a healthy level of fats in the blood. Another perk, it keeps our skin glowing so who could resist you!
•Spinach: the high amounts of chlorophyll aid in purifying the blood and help to increase blood flow. Do you know what happens when there is an increase blood flow to your genitals?…well, it definitely makes sex more fun. Other sources are kale, arugula,
mustard greens and parsley. Go get a bucket load today!
•Pumpkin Seeds/Seeds in general: feeling blue or forgotten what sex is? Well, you may have a zinc deficiency. Add some seeds to your diet and you may not only find yourself smiling more but also becoming more of a sex craved vixen.
•Nuts: Walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, and pecans have L-arginine, which gets converted into nitric oxide. Although, no one really knows what the hell that means, experts tell us that it is good for your cardiovascular system. Ever have sex with a lethargic person? Obviously, a person with unbounding energy is way more fun.
•Avocados: These are high in fats but only the healthy kind like omega-9 and omega-3. A few positives of avocados: anti-inflammatory, high in fiber, rich in vitamin C, the fat-soluble vitamin K, folate, and B vitamins. Once again, these are great for gorgeous skin, as well as, aiding your cardiovascular system and regulation of blood sugar. Try adding guacamole to your next sexual escapade.
•Watermelon: this super food has citrulline, which aids in dilating blood vessels, phytonutrient lycopene and beta-carotene, which act as antioxidants, protecting our cells.