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Foods for a Sexually Healthy Appetite and Better Orgasms

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Dark Chocolate

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Dark chocolate has been shown time and time again in multiple studies to have many positive impacts on one’s health. An article published in 2015 by Eat This, Not That!, informs that chocolate consists of a chemical called phenethylamine, which has otherwise become known as being the love drug. This chemical creates a sense of relaxation, intoxication, and pleasure. The chemical also releases serotonin, which boosts mood, lowers stress, and lets go of inhibitions. Furthermore, the cocoa in the chocolate also increases serotonin which arouses desire and makes it easier to reach orgasm. Consequently, research has shown that women who eat chocolate everyday have more satisfying sex lives.

Red Wine

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A 2013 article published in the Men’s Health magazine about the best foods to eat for having greater sex presents a finding by Italian researchers saying that the alcohol and antioxidants found in red wine promote the production of nitric oxide in the blood, which in turn allows the arteries to relax and send the flow of blood to the genitals. This will put you in a better mood for sex and prepare you for orgasmic action. A couple glasses of wine will also help you be calmer and lower your inhibitions, making for a more enjoyable time in bed.

Honey

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Honey consists of a mineral called Boron. Boron increases the amount of testosterone in a person’s blood. This hormone is the main sexual driving factor for men but also benefits women. Boron also helps the body use estrogen, the primary hormone that produces the sex drive in women. Therefore, consuming honey will promote arousal and produce better orgasms in both men and women.   

Coffee

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While you don’t want to mix together the coffee and the red wine, and coffee won’t help with relaxing like wine will, it will work to heighten your sexual arousal. Coffee is a stimulant. So, if you are already in the mood for sex, the feelings will just amplify. And if you aren’t in the mood for sex, it will put you in the mood. A study done on female rats shows that those who were given a shot of caffeine were more motivated to seek out sex than their none caffeinated counterparts. An article written for Bustle in 2015 also supports that coffee enhances female libido and makes a woman horny. Scientists believe that women who drink coffee even once a week have a greater sex drive due to the blood that goes to the genitals. Regularly drinking coffee can therefore promote an overall healthier sex drive.   

Eggs

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Your orgasms need eggs as part of their diet. Eggs have the natural chemical Choline, which like red wine, triggers the production of nitric oxide in the blood and sends more blood to the genitals. Also from Choline, the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine is produced. Having higher levels of Acetylcholine is linked to having more sex and longer and intensified orgasms. Eggs also contain high quantities of vitamins B5 and B6 which help combat stress and regulate hormone levels. Eggs will also give you the stamina you need to take you through your intense sex sessions thanks to their high levels of protein. This protein will also assist in producing more Dopamine in the brain, which will make you happier as you are having sex. Consider eggs the ultimate food to help you improve your sex life.

Strawberries

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Strawberries will elicit desire thanks to their scrumptious red appearance, which has been shown to be a color that both genders find attractive in the opposite sex. It has been commonly known for a man to see a woman in a sexy red dress as attractive. However, according to a study by researchers at the University of Rochester, women are also sexually drawn to men wearing red. A professor of psychology at the university said that “women view men in red as higher in status, more likely to make money and more likely to climb the social ladder.” Therefore, you both might want to eat some strawberries in front of each other to stir up some psychological interest.

Strawberries are also a good source of vitamin C, zinc, and iron. The vitamin C better helps absorb the iron in the body, which men need just as much as women as an article published last year in Female First, says that all of a man’s iron levels can become depleted after just three sex sessions in a day. Same goes with men and zinc, according to Metro News. Consuming plenty of vitamin C has also been linked to higher sperm counts in men, as is zinc for regulating the body’s testosterone and producing sperm. Therefore, strawberries become extremely important to staying sexually healthy. The zinc in them also helps speed up a woman’s body for preparation of sex, as stated by Metro News. An alternate way of eating this fruit is combined with the dark chocolate.

Blueberries

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Blueberries are another berry that cannot be left off this list due to their noted ability to give a significant boost to your sex drive and make you happier. CBS News states that blueberries allow the body to release more Dopamine, the neurotransmitter that is responsible for the brain’s pleasure center. Furthermore, they say that “when it comes to boosting dopamine levels, blueberries rule.” Therefore, eating lots of blueberries every day, or at least three to four times a week, as suggested by Prostate.net, will help you obtain one of the sole purposes of sex: Pleasure. Blueberries also help improve circulation, which is great for sex. By being high in antioxidants, blueberries are the ultimate food to keep you healthy and allow you to enjoy all parts of life.   

Combined, these foods are seriously what you need to notably boost libido, increase pleasure, intensify orgasms, relax and excite, and maintain a healthy sexually functioning mind, body, and life.

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