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Five foods likely to boost your sex life

Between The Sheets
 It is important to eat healthy foods that are likely to boost your sex life (Photo: Courtesy)

Generally, we know that sex is a natural and healthy part of life. Although it’s not always an indicator of a healthy relationship, it shows a special connection and bond for committed couples.

When things are a little silent in the bedroom, it can be an alarming sign that something is wrong.

Issues like low sex drive and erectile dysfunction can come as a result of deep problems in the relationship, stress, and in many cases, lifestyle choices.

The word lifestyle choices has been tossed around so much and it is good to ask yourself exactly what does it mean?

To give context, you should be aware that what you choose to eat has either positive or negative impact on your sex life in this particular scenario.

A diet predominantly focused on unhealthy foods will bring a number of health issues along with worrying results in the bedroom while on the other side of the spectrum, we have a healthy balanced diet that comes with many benefits.

If you find yourself on the dangerous side imbibing every unhealthy food you can get your hands on, you will reap the results of zero-bedroom fun and that may become a serious problem.

To ensure that isn’t the case, add these five boosting options that will take you and your partner’s sex lives to a whole new level:

 Certain sea foods are known for their bedroom boosting properties (Photo: Courtesy)
Sea food

Not everyone is a fan of sea food, agreed. However, you might change your mind because certain fish are known to bring bedroom boosting properties which is exactly what we are going for.

The best options in this case are fish rich in zinc such as crabs, oysters and sardines.

They have been found to enhance testosterone levels and they come with amazing benefits for the ladies too.

If you really can’t stand the taste and smell of fish, supplements are the way to go.


Nuts aren’t just a healthy, tasty snack to be enjoyed. They have some powerful benefits when it comes to sexual performance and there are many studies to prove it.

Experiments that have sought the real results of consuming a variety of nuts including walnuts, peanuts and pistachios have actually come up with positive results.

They show that there is a significant improvement in sexual function and there were also other surprising results like improved sperm vitality.

 Watemelon contains properties that increase blood flow (Photo: Courtesy)

Who knew this juicy fruit found in most salads is an amazing natural libido booster?

Well, let me tell you all about it. Watermelon contains properties that significantly increase blood flow, which can improve sex drive for both men and women.

So you now have more reason to enjoy this refreshing fruit as is, in salads or juiced for guaranteed activity in the bedroom for you and your partner.

 Eggs will boost your zinc and vitamin levels which are all important for you (Photo: Courtesy)

Eggs have always been popular due to the fact that they have such an impeccable balance of nutrients.

And when you’re looking at their properties that can improve your sex life, you will be getting a zinc boost, along with a number of vitamins like B5 which are all important for you.

Another benefit is that they have a balance of vitamins which can help to keep stress at bay.

Foods rich in vitamin D

Low vitamin D levels is a big culprit of low libido. It can also affect your mood and make you less interested in sex.

Both you and your bae should ensure that you’re getting enough vitamin D while also considering getting a boost from vitamin supplements if your doctor approves.

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