“Food secret” BOOSTS sexual performance
These 6 foods will make you a tiger again.
Now that you’re a little older, you’ve probably noticed that your sex life isn’t what it used to be.
Maybe you’re not in the mood as often… or maybe you have trouble performing when you are in the mood.
But it’s just part of getting older, right?
Just because you’re technically “over the hill” doesn’t mean your sex life has to be.
A few little changes to your diet can make a big difference between the sheets.
It might seem strange to think that something as simple as food could fix your love life.
But there are all sorts of factors that play into your libido—hormones, blood circulation, and nutrient deficiencies for example.
All of those factors are impacted by food—and more specifically, the nutrients in them.
Take green veggies, for example. They might not seem sexy, but veggies like spinach, kale, and broccoli contain key vitamins that encourage the production of sex hormones.
They contain zinc, which improves sperm quality, and nutrients like manganese and magnesium, which enhance estrogen.
Fruits like bananas contain B vitamins, which help boost your energy levels and your sex hormones. And citrus fruits like oranges and kiwi stimulate your sex organs, boost libido, and are reported to promote better orgasms.
Salmon contains omega-3s, which releases dopamine and stimulates the pleasure centers in your brain.
Dark chocolate releases the hormone serotonin, which stimulates mood and desire.
Olive oil is tremendous for your libido because it helps restore the release of testosterone.
And oysters are one of the best sources of zinc, which helps you produce testosterone and supports prostate health.
Now, does this mean that eating a salmon salad drizzled with olive oil and followed by dark chocolate is going to get you in the mood magically?
Unfortunately, probably not.
But when you add in these foods to your diet regularly, you’ll be fueling your body with the nutrients necessary to support all the complex factors necessary for libido and performance.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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