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What To Eat Today For Better Sex Tomorrow!
Everyone agrees: Cardiologists, psychologists, and sexologists know that what you eat today will have a huge effect on your sex life tomorrow!
We aren’t talking about aphrodisiacs, but foods that support a healthy sex life overall. Clogged arteries and foggy brains are not conducive to a good night in bed.
Want to know what foods you can add to your diet to keep all the plumbing in good working order (and who doesn’t?!)? Keep reading! We are going to let you in some little known secrets about food you eat every day and your sex life.
1. Eat Your Greens
Everyone knows that vegetables are healthy, but what most people don’t know is that spinach and other green veggies are a good source of magnesium. Magnesium is very important when it comes to dilating the blood vessels. More blood to the genitals means greater arousal and easier orgasms for both men and women. Green veggies also contain a healthy source of folate. Folate naturally lowers blood levels of homocysteine. This is an abrasive substance that can encourage plaque to stick to the lining of the arteries. So eat plenty of spinach, Swiss chard, bok choy, cabbage, kale, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts for some super sex you can count on.
2. Green Tea
Green tea, and other teas, contain powerful antioxidants called catechins. Catechins stimulate blood flow to all areas of the body, including the brain and sex organs. The catechins in green tea is called ECGC, and it is very powerful; in fact, this is one of the most powerful antioxidants on the face of the planet. Green tea can also help you lose weight, which is always good for your self-esteem. Forget the bottled or canned stuff, however, as it is highly processed and not worth squat.
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