People, you’ve probably heard of many medications used for erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra. But, I really think that you’ll be shocked when we tell you that these drugs don’t increase the libido. YES, you got that right – these medications are designed to increase the blood flow through the genital organs, but they do not affect your desire to have intercourse. Actually, there are no pharmaceutical substances proved to have this effect.
But, according to the experts, there are certain foods that can help you with this problem:
Pomegranate juice is AWESOME! Well yes, and it’s useful for your libido and for erectile dysfunction. According to the experts, the antioxidants found in pomegranate juice will help you eliminate free radicals and toxins from the body.
First of all, you should know that pine nuts are loaded with healthy nutrients and you can add them in different meals. One of them is pesto sauce. Did you know that pine nuts contain high amounts of zinc, which is known to have a great effect on libido? According to the experts, this is one of the rare ingredients that increase the libido not just in men, but also in women.
Watermelon contains high amounts of lycopene, which is a red pigment (found in tomatoes as well). This compound will help you boosts your libido and increase the blood flow through the genital organs. Watermelon is also good for hydration, and good hydration is necessary for optimal intercourse performance.
Moderate amount of black chocolate is perfect for keeping your cardiovascular system healthy. And, according to the experts, optimal function of the cardiovascular system is crucial for intercourse performance. You should also know that black chocolate contains some mood-improving substances. Note: don’t consume high amounts of it, because it’s very rich in calories.
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