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5 amazing plant-based aphrodisiacs to boost your sex life

Let’s face it. There are so many benefits to going plant-based – weight loss, a healthier body, and abundant energy for starters – but one of the best reasons to eat more plants is… well, for a better sex life. Yes, plants help improve your libido. How? They clean your body and blood, so you can be on your way to dazzling your partner in bed or to more satisfying sex.   
Experts agree that low-fat, plant-based diets are great for your heart, low in cholesterol, low in saturated fat, and low in refined sugars. All of these benefits increase blood circulation which leads to more energy, a stronger immune system, a better physical response, and in the case of men, longer erections.  In short, plant-based food contributes to a better sex life for both men and women.
Have I got your attention? Now, let’s get to the aphrodisiacs. Simply, an aphrodisiac is a food or substance that increases sexual desire. Who doesn’t want that in their life? Check these out: five amazing plant-based aphrodisiacs to boost your sex life:



Flavonoid-Rich Fruits. Believe it or not, adding fruit like apples, berries, hot peppers, oranges, watermelons, lemons, or grapes to your diet can increase your performance in the bedroom.  These fruits contain flavonoids, antioxidants known to improve erectile dysfunction (ED) and reduce inflammation. The result is better health, a cleaner body, and better blood flow.  


Nuts. You would be nuts to omit nuts from your diet if you want to improve your libido, especially if you are a man. Nuts like almonds, pecans, walnuts, or cashews contain high levels of zinc, which raises testosterone levels. It’s time to go nuts over nuts.


Cacao.  Do you ever wonder why you see so many television commercials of people eating chocolate before, during, and after sex? Cacao or dark chocolate helps arouse sexual desire. Cacao has been shown to reduce blood pressure and heart health, and has more antioxidants than green tea. It not only puts you in a great mood due to its release of serotonin and dopamine, but it helps boost your immune system. It’s also a great source of vitamin B and zinc, which elevate testosterone levels and sexual desire. More cacao, please.


Leafy Greens. You can never go wrong with leafy greens like arugula, spinach, Swiss chard, or kale. Highly nutritious and antioxidant-rich foods, leafy greens help block toxins from lowering your libido. They also clean your system from free-radicals. Greens are so good for your overall health and give you the energy to bring about added benefits in the bedroom. Try Veestro’s Kale and Quinoa Salad.


Garlic. You might be thinking, “How would garlic improve my sex life? It leaves a bad taste in the mouth.” Although the bad taste might be true, garlic is heart-healthy, a natural antifungal, and contains antioxidants. It also increases blood flow and helps to dilate blood vessels. More blood flow means more energy and an increased libido. 

 

The Bottom Line

Want a better sex life? Blood circulation is key. The best way to clean your blood and boost your libido is to eat a healthy, low-fat plant-based diet rich in the aphrodisiacs above. The healthier your blood, the better your sex life.
Veestro.com

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