Foods That Will Give You

Longer Innings In Bed…

December, 2018
The Master Responds

Being caught up in a stressful lifestyle and running on a never-ending treadmill can decrease your urge to maintain a good sex life. There are numerous factors that can affect your libido. To tackle this issue however it is important to first identify and understand the root cause of it, which is both: external and emotional.

Consuming healthy foods can increase your libido and improve your performance at the same time. Here is the list of foods that are easily available in your kitchen and also deliver effective results to give you some of your best innings in bed.

Coffee

According to research, it has been claimed that coffee contains stimulants that can boost your libido. The experiments concluded that coffee signals the brain to increase sexual desire. Coffee seems to have more control over the female sexual hormones than that of the males.

Eggs

Eggs are consumed every day by many. However, very few know the fact that eggs not only work as the powerhouse of energy to keep you going throughout the day, but also help you increase your libido. Eggs are rich in Vitamin B5 and B6, which help in maintaining the hormonal balance and in combating stress. Eggs contain amino acids, L- arginine and serve to be a better source for healthy erections for men. Therefore, consumption of eggs before sex can increase libido and stamina.


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