Study Shows How to Improve Your Sex Life With Slight Change in Diet

by Sheela Philomena on  September 20, 2013 at 4:30 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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Switching from a typical Western diet to a Mediterranean way of eating can bring back the spark in your sex life, say researchers.
 Study Shows How to Improve Your Sex Life With Slight Change in Diet
Study Shows How to Improve Your Sex Life With Slight Change in Diet

Starting the day with a bowl of Oatmeal raisins with Flaxseed Oil is the best thing to eat for a healthy love life and also for a healthy heart, as it lowers cholesterol and is a great source of L-arginine, which is the key for sexual readiness, the Huffington Post reported.

Having fruit salad with watermelon and berries for snacks works as a stealth love drug, as its soluble fiber helps clear mood-killing cholesterol and keeps the body hydrated and help respond to stimulus.

The best dinner meal for a steamy night of passion is to have steamed fish, like mackerel, wild salmon, halibut and sardines, as they consist of omega-3 fatty acids which improve blood circulation and also maintain hormone function along with raising dopamine levels in the brain which triggers arousal.

Ending the meal with chocolate pumpkin pie, along with whipped cream for desserts can increase libido and lead to a fulfilling night.

Source: ANI

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