Seven Foods That Increase Your Sex Drive and Five That Kill It


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Unless you under 25, you might be wondering if your sex drive has decided to go on a vacation and not take you along.

There are lots of reasons for a lower sex drive. These include stress, age, weight, a poor diet and health problems. The good news is that there are things you can do about this problem. Although you might not be able to do anything about your age, you can certainly lose some weight, learn to manage stress and improve your diet.

Speaking of your diet, we have the top seven foods that are known to improve your sex drive. We also have a list of five foods to never eat because they might be contributing to your lower libido.

There is a lot more to romance than a few flowers and a scented candle. Keep reading and find out how you can spice things up in the bedroom simply by changing what you eat!


1. Almonds

This is perhaps Mother Nature’s most perfect snack. Almonds are loaded with vitamin E, zinc and selenium, all of which encourage a healthy sex life. If you have been avoiding oysters because they can be full of toxins and other undesirable substances, try almonds instead. They also contain tons of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are also good for your heart and circulation. This can lead to more blood flow down below. Just a handful a day is all you need!


2. Eggs

Next time, instead of a complicated dinner, just whip up an omelet! Eggs are super high in protein, which can help to increase your stamina in the sack. They are also loaded with L-arginine, an important amino acid that treats erectile dysfunction and protects your heart at the same time. Find out more why you should eat eggs every day.


3. Ginseng

Ladies, this is for you. The University of Hawaii conducted a study which showed that females who consumed ginseng for one month had an increase in their sex drive. More than 67 percent of those females stated that they felt more satisfied with their sex life. Always buy your ginseng from a reputable source, as some of the cheap imports have been shown to contain little or no actual ginseng.

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