5 Food To Help You Improve Sexual Performance
By: Pinki Fri, 29 Nov 2019 9:12 PM
Food has long been used to increase sexual desire (hey, a healthy pour of wine never hurt, either), but did you know there are foods that can actually improve your performance? But you don’t need to resort to any exotic foods from faraway lands; these common foods will all but ensure you a successful session between the sheets.
Eating spinach puts 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. Increased blood flow drives blood to the extremities, which, like Viagra, can increase arousal and make sex more pleasurable. Women will find it is easier to have an orgasm, and men will find that erections come more naturally.
* Dark Chocolate
Chocolate increases both serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain, making us happy and lowering our stress level — both ‘mood’ boosters if you know what we mean. Another theory is that cocoa increases blood flow through the arteries and relaxes blood vessels — sending blood to all the right regions. Whatever the reason, chocolate is never a bad thing.
The hotter they are, the better. Hot peppers increase your metabolism and stimulate endorphins, making you sweat, plumping your lips, and speeding up your heart rate. That gets the blood flowing to all the essential areas. The net result? Better sex and a more memorable finale.
* Green Tea
The secret to a hotter nightlife starts with a hot cup of tea. Green tea is rich in compounds called catechins, which have been shown to blast away belly fat and speed the liver’s capacity for turning fat into energy. But that’s not all: Catechins also boost desire by promoting blood flow to your nether regions.
If you like your food like you like your lovers — sweet and spicy — you’re in luck. Ginger is another food that can improve your sex life by aiding blood flow and improving artery health. According to a study in the International Journal of Cardiology, consuming a mere teaspoon of the stuff a few times a week is all you need to reap the heart-healthy benefits.