The Diet For A Delicious Sex Life
Is your love life lacking spice, flavor and flair?
It’s probably because you’re not eating right! We all know that food is the fuel for our body, and it plays a key part in keeping us healthy. A diet consisting of chocolate cake and salty-fried meals will leave you feeling sluggish and tired, while a well-rounded diet will ensure good immunity, better functioning, and even, a greater sex life.
Let’s face it, we’ve all been on a date with a potential adult friend who’s wined and dined us to the unsurpassable point of fullness. But by the time you’re ready to take things to the next level, you start feeling heavy, tired and completely unsexy. We cannot deny that food affects us psychologically and biologically, but that doesn’t mean we can’t eat our way to a better love life. Sexiness comes from within you, and the better we take care of ourselves, the more willing we are to share ourselves with others.
So without further adieu, here are 3 key food groups that will make you feel great, become more aroused and keep your lady parts functioning the way mother nature intended!
1) Anti-Oxidants: This miracle ingredient for great sex will keep your system clean by flushing out any leftovers from the oxidation process. They’re great for staying fresh down there, and they’ll make you feel pristine which affects your mental game. Antioxidants can be found in brightly colored fruit and vegetables. Think blueberries, tomatoes, red peppers, garlic, spinach, broccoli and beets.
2) Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Next time you’re on a date, skip the steak and go for sushi. Not only is it lighter, but salmon and mackerel are filled with Omega-3 which targets the nervous system and improves blood circulation – and we know why that’s good!. Salmon has even been linked to producing dopamine, a happy chemical your brain releases between the sheets. And if you don’t eat meat, Omega 3 can be found in eggs, whole grains, legumes and leafy green veggies.
3) Arginine: This amino acid is a secret amongst sex foodies everywhere. Found in walnuts and peanuts, arginine is converted into nitric oxide (NO) by the body. NO can be found in the tissue on sex organs, and when you become aroused neurotransmitters send a signal to your brain telling your body to release NO so that your muscles can expand for the fun times ahead.
All these foods, plus a daily exercise routine, are the perfect ingredients for feeling great and bettering your love life. Eat your way to great sex today!