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Healthy FoodsFood is many things to many people. It's the source of daily nutrients we need for the energy that keeps us going. It's also the little pleasure we get when we taste something that we love.

Most importantly, it's what keeps our bodies healthy and fit so we can fight off disease. Without enough of the right substances, our bodies will suffer from malnutrition and we will get sick. For men, what we eat also influences our overall sexual health and the health of our penises.

While most men probably don't associate eating with their sexual health, its actually a very significant part of regulating our bodies. Keeping blood flowing throughout our organs is primary to experiencing a healthy sex life and foods that contain ingredients that promote blood flow are essential. These substances, called vasodilators work by relaxing the smooth muscles making up the walls of blood vessels. Foods high in vasodilators are salmon, tuna, eggs, milk, liver and vegetables like broccoli, carrots, sweet potatoes and tomatoes.

The presence of these foods in our diet and the ingredients they contain help promote the blood flow that is the key to the erection. If the circulatory system is kept in good health and blood vessels are allowing more blood to pass through the penis, erections will be strong and enhanced sexual health is achieved.

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Thursday, July 7th, 2005


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2 Responses to "Food and Sexual Health"

which food is good to motivate sexual desire

Hello Anjali,

There are a number of different foods that can improve the sexual experience for both men and women. You can learn about a few by reading our article on foods that enhance sex. There are also specific enhancement supplements that can be taken to increase libido.

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