Libido or sex drive naturally varies between individuals. But, having a low sex drive doesn’t have to be a problem – there are many ways to boost your libido. In this article we look at some of the best foods to increase your libido.
Oysters are rich in zinc which is vital for testosterone production and helps to maintain healthy sperm. Oysters also contain dopamine which is a hormone that increases desire in both men and women.
Pumpkin is full of fiber and potassium which are both great for stamina. It also contains magnesium which can help calm nerves and muscles, so you can have a more pleasure time.
Asparagus contains a high content of folate, a vitamin that helps increase production of histamine that ultimately helps with a healthy sex drive. The high amounts of vitamin E can also increase the blood and oxygen flow to the genitals to help orgasm.
Avocados are rich in healthy fats, vitamins and minerals that can boost energy, mood and libido.
Strawberries are not only tasty, but they are full of antioxidants for good blood flow and help to get the juices flowing! Strawberry is also very popular amongst flavors and scents for intimate time, you may see them in lubes or scented oils.
Ever wonder why dark chocolate is given out on valentine’s day or for anniversary’s? Well, dark chocolate is made up of ingredients that affect our mood, energy and sexual function. The amino acid L – arginine found in dark chocolate is also been found to be an effective natural sex enhancer.
This juicy fruit is packed with phytonutrients that help to relax blood vessels and boost your sex drive.
Bananas already look sexual, but this aphrodisiac fruit also contains bromelain which is an enzyme that triggers testosterone production. The added rich levels of potassium and vitamin B can also increase energy levels.
Eating walnuts has been reported to increase your orgasmic function and sexual desire. Nuts are naturally rich in omega 3 fatty acid that boost arginine which relaxes the blood vessels and promotes circulation to support arousal during sex.
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