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Good for the heart, remedy against insomnia or anti-stress, sexual activity is a real vector of well-being. Let’s face it, the drop in libido for both men and women is far from being a defect and is much more frequent than we think.

There are several reasons why desire can decrease: simple factors such as fatigue, depression, stress, certain medications (anxiolytics and antidepressants), overconsumption of alcohol, or low testosterone levels in men can be the cause. Giving birth can also put a serious damper on your libido for a while, mainly due to lack of sleep. What you eat can also affect your desire.

Here are some foods and superfoods that will help you spice up your married life and boost your desire.

10 vegan foods that arouse desire

Maca
This Peruvian superfood is considered “the green Viagra” because it is a renowned aphrodisiac, improving libido and stamina during intimate relations. Maca is also very rich in vitamin B, which helps to develop physical energy, and provides an anti-stress effect. Just put a teaspoon of it in smoothies, soups or any juice-based drinks.

Raw cocoa
The benefits of raw cocoa powder are numerous, such as its ability to resemble the feeling of being in love, which explains the addiction to chocolate. This is thanks to the chemical in chocolate, phenylethylamine, which mimics the feeling of love. Consumed in the form of raw beans, cocoa is a stimulant that gives you a boost in case of a slump.

Pumpkin protein
Pumpkin seeds are effective in boosting the libido of both men and women, they increase appetite and sexual desire. Pumpkin seeds are very rich in zinc, which helps in the secretion of testosterone. They also contain high levels of omega-3 fatty acids that act as a precursor to prostaglandins, which are desire-inducing substances. Nibbling on these nutritious seeds as is or in the form of pumpkin protein: helps increase zinc levels, which is one of the best minerals for improving sperm quality and quantity.

Spirulina
Spirulina is considered a natural food supplement that can be consumed in the form of powder, flakes, or tablets. Popular with athletes for its beneficial effects on muscles, it is also known to be an excellent aphrodisiac. This seaweed helps to reduce blood pressure and contains a high level of arginine which influences the production of male seminal fluid and cleans impurities in the blood.

Goji berries
In recent years, the organic goji berry is a culinary product increasingly appreciated by the French. In traditional Chinese medicine, goji berries are administered to strengthen the adrenal system, considered the center of sexual energy. The aphrodisiac status lies in clinical tests that have proven that these berries are useful in reducing bad cholesterol as well as in the treatment of metabolic syndrome, often a factor in erectile dysfunction.

Shatavari
Although the organic shatavari by its consonance, does not evoke romantic feelings, it is nevertheless an excellent aphrodisiac because it contains folic acid, a compound that improves body lubrication and consequently sexual performance thanks to the increase in blood flow to the genitals.

The avocado
Avocado helps increase both male and female libido because it is an excellent source of folic acid, which helps the body metabolize proteins and provide energy. It is also rich in vitamin B6, which improves male hormone production, and potassium, which increases female libido by helping to regulate the female thyroid gland.

Ginseng
Among all its virtues, it is as a powerful natural aphrodisiac that ginseng is best known, both for women and men, as it helps fight against low libido, lack of desire and frigidity. It is recommended for men with erectile dysfunction and also helps to improve sperm quality.

Watermelon
This refreshing summer fruit is rich in citrulline, an amino acid that helps improve blood flow to the genitals. It is a kind of natural Viagra but without side effects. Citrulline helps to optimize blood flow in the body by converting it into arginine and then into nitric oxide, which is involved in the dilation of blood vessels. Low nitric oxide levels are associated with mental and physical fatigue and erectile dysfunction.

Ginger
Historically, ginger is reputed to have been used by Chinese emperors who, having several wives, had to be vigorous enough to satisfy them all. Regularly consumed, organic ginger powder would provoke a blood flow towards the intimate parts (male as female). It is also recommended for men with fertility problems, as it would increase the production of spermatozoa.

What about you? Which foods boost your carnal vitality?

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