Healthrousal: A Diet to Decrease Intimacy Issues
Women across the world are meeting sexual flatlines when it comes to their hunk dunky male spouses. The sexy little nighties and naughty little games aren’t putting a pep in his thrust and are greeted with the dreaded words “I’m tired baby”… Could this be true? The answer is yes! Here is a hot summer tip to make some incredibly hot nights. Men are missing the essential for performance health. The food we consume on the daily bases are synthetic which is increasing internal fat while producing organ fatigue.
A 120lbs person can have 38% body fat more so than a 210lbs person… fat is something that can have permanent effects on your intimate love life.
A bad lifestyle can lead to penile shrinkage, lower sperm count, erectile dysfunctions, low sex drive, lack of passion and many other serious health issues. Treat ED with MD (Mediterranean diet) prepare some healthy dishes that include lots of fresh fruit (making sure they are organic since most pesticides are estrogen mimicking), vegetables, nuts, lean red meats, rice wines, and extra virgin olive oil dressings made from scratch. Remove all processed foods, sugars, beer and other liquors, shrimp, cheeses, soy and any pre-pared foods that are store bought. It’s the little details that will make all the difference… These are the top male libido increasing foods:
Organic Hormone free eggs
Sencha or Matcha tea
Put handcuffs on the diet so you can be free in the bedroom. MONW (metabolically obese normal weight) doesn’t have to be the kink from keeping things kinky. Diet is one thing but euphoria is entirely different, in a recent study performed by CSTTRF 40% of men from the ages of 18-64 were immediately sexually aroused by the scent of pumpkin pie with a small trace of lavender so complete your “Mission G-whiz” by giving into his desires with “Sweet spot” a sweet perfume butter balm that smells like his greatest fantasy while tasting like his second greatest desire.. smell like one thing, taste like another. Let him discover Sweet Spot.