Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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Foods to improve your sexual life

By: loubanitarik On: 10/14/2014
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  • Meat : 

    Include a variety of meats in your diet to help improve your sex life. Beef, chicken, and pork contain carnitine, L-arginine, and zinc. Carnitine and L-arginine are amino acids that improve blood flow. Uninterrupted blood flow is crucial to the engorgement of tissues for sexual response in men and women. these two nutrients may effectively treat erectile dysfunction in some men. Zinc is an essential mineral known to improve immunity, but also plays a role in sexual function. Zinc deficiency can lead to impotence and low hormone levels in men. Serve up some animal-based protein (in moderation, to avoid adding to your risk of heart disease) to help keep all systems running smoothly in the bedroom. Vegetarian lovers can opt for whole grains, nuts, and dairy products

    Salmon : 

    Salmon is a popular poster child for heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. The pink-fleshed fish, as well as tuna and halibut, might be the key to enhancing your sex life too. Omega-3 may help prevent the buildup of plague in your arteries, thus improving blood flow throughout your body. A fatty fish diet may not be the love potion for guys who are at risk for high-grade prostate cancer, however omega-3 fatty acids could increase your risk for developing an aggressive form of the disease. Low-grade, slow-moving prostate cancer is not affected by eating foods rich in omega-3.

    Nuts and Seeds : 

    Plying your beloved with chocolates is a romantic gesture, but won’t necessarily take them to soaring new heights in the bedroom. Instead of candy, snack on a handful of nuts and seeds. Cashews and almonds are chock-full of zinc, while a host of healthy snacks boast L-arginine to get your blood flowing:

    pumpkin seeds
    sunflower seeds
    Walnuts pull double duty in the love department, as they are also rich in omega-3. 

    Apples :

    An apple a day keeps the doctor away, and could also improve your love life. Apples, along with berries, cherries, onions and dark-colored grapes, are rich in quercetin. This antioxidant, called a flavonoid, may offer a number of medicinal effects. As far as sex goes, quercetin plays a role in controlling symptoms of prostatitis and interstitial cystitis (IC), and promotes circulation. Prostatitis is the inflammation of the prostate gland, sometimes causing testiclular discomfort and pain with ejaculation. IC, or painful bladder syndrome, may also make sex difficult for men and women. Sexual-related symptoms of IC can include genital pain, erectile dysfunction, painful intercourse, and low desire.

    Garlic :

    Your mother might have warned you never to eat garlic before a date. This is one piece of advice you can ignore. This pungent herb is a natural blood thinner often used to prevent hypertension, high cholesterol, and heart disease. The anticoagulant properties help ensure plenty of blood flow to your nether regions. You and your partner can both benefit from a healthy dose of garlic before an amorous evening. If you’re both eating it, nobody will mind the strong breath.

    Sesame seeds :

    Zinc is thought to be good for sexual health (it can help testosterone and sperm production in men) and the No. 1 source is oysters. But really, how often do you eat oysters? Another source: Sesame seeds, says Sass.

    Mix them into granola or sprinkle them into a healthy stir-fry, she says. 

    Some breakfast cereals also contain zinc, such as Kellogg's All-Bran Complete Wheat Flakes. One serving (3/4 cup) has more than 100% of the recommended daily intake. 

    Watermelon : 

    This popular summer fruit is low in calories, but also high in potentially libido-boosting phytonutrients.

    Research suggested that the lycopene, citrulline, and beta-carotene found in watermelon may help relax blood vessels, and provide a natural enhancement for revving up your sex drive. 
    Sweet potatoes
    Sweet potatoes are rich in potassium, which helps fight high blood pressure, which is associated with a higher risk of erectile dysfunction. 

    They're also rich in beta-carotene, providing the body with vitamin A, which is suspected (but not proven) to be helpful for those with infertility. 

    Avocados  :

    These superfruits are rich in vitamin E, which has antioxidant properties, potassium, and vitamin B6, which may prevent or delay heart disease and promote better blood flow. 

    They're also a good source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. Anything that helps your heart and circulation can also be critical for a healthy sex life. Men with heart disease are twice as likely to have erectile dysfunction because both conditions can result from artery damage. 

    Strawberries :

    We'll say it: Strawberries are sexy. Here's why. Good circulation is thought to be crucial for sexual functioning in both men and women, and strawberries are rich in antioxidants that benefit your heart and arteries.

    What's more, they're rich in vitamin C, which along with antioxidants, has been linked to higher sperm counts in men. Try dipping the berries in dark chocolate, which contains methylxanthines that may activate the libido. 

    Last advice, keep yourself away of smoking and alcoholic drinks.

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