Physical intimacy is one of the ways to express your love to your spouse. Unfortunately there are partners who never satisfy their partners. This is not done on purpose. Many people have a problem with their libido but this is a problem that can be solved at times with food. The gender most affected by this issue are men. For a man not to be able to satisfy his wife can drive him crazy but do not worry. Eat your way to good lovemaking.
The classic aphrodisiac! Research conducted by the American Chemical Society showed that oysters contain compounds that raise testosterone and oestrogen levels.
This hormone boost can translate into heightened sexual desire and stamina. These slimy creatures are another source of zinc to help aid blood flow to the genitals in both genders.
Consuming too much coffee on a regular basis leads to over-stimulation of the adrenal glands, flooding the body with hormones normally produced in times of stress.
These hormones negatively impact libido and sexual performance. As an alternative, try ginseng tea which contains the ginsenoside compound that increases sexual satisfaction and can prevent erectile dysfunction.
Women too need to eat well when it comes to bedroom matters. She should have enough minerals before she gets down to business. These minerals are none other than magnesium and zinc.
Come to think of it, Popeye and Olive Oyl were always chasing one another around. Eating spinach will not only help you get Victoria’s Secret-ready—thanks to its appetite-suppressing compounds—but it will also put you in the mood by increasing blood flow below the belt. “Spinach is rich in magnesium, a mineral that decreases inflammation in blood vessels, increasing blood flow,” explains Cassie Bjork, RD, LD of Healthy Simple Life. “Increased blood flow drives blood to the extremities, which, like Viagra, can increase arousal and make sex more pleasurable,” says psychotherapist and sex expert Tammy Nelson Ph.D. “Women will find it is easier to have an orgasm, and men will find that erections come more naturally.”
Pine nuts, one of the key ingredients in pesto sauce, are exceptionally high in zinc, and women with higher levels of zinc in their system have been shown to have a higher sex drive than those with lower levels.
Eat This, Not That! Tip: Zinc is also the driver behind the aphrodisiac effects of oysters, also a proven fire-starter.
Sometimes sexual intercourse can become painful for women especially if the man did not spend enough time in foreplay so as to get her lady parts ready. Well good foreplay together with good food should help sort the issue of vaginal dryness. You can also make use of lubricants that are sold over the counter.
Essential fatty acids like omega 3 fatty acids are good for vaginal health. Nuts, seeds and flaxseeds are a rich source of essential fatty acids. Nuts also provide the vital vitamin E that keeps the overall skin healthy and supple. Vitamin E enhances vaginal lubrication and prevents the vagina from drying out.
Soy has something called as isoflavones, which mimic the action of estrogen and have estrogen like properties. This tends to make up for the loss of estrogen in the body and thus reduces the impact of estrogen on vaginal health. The woman experiences better lubrication and more enjoyable sex after consuming soy rich foods.