7 Healthy Foods That’ll Improve Your Health And Performance

We all know how important nutrition and healthy eating is, but how often do we actually consider how these foods affect certain parts of our bodies? As it turns out, the foods we consume not only affect our health, but also how we perform...sexually.

Adjusting our diets and incorporating more healthy foods that are high in vitamins and minerals is a great way to naturally reduce ED while improving our performance in the bedroom. Which ones, exactly? Let’s take a look at 7 of the foods we can easily incorporate into our weekly diets.

1. Apples


We’ve all heard the saying ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’.
Well, it seems apples can also play a role in keeping low libido away, too!
Apples are an extremely high source of fibre, flavonoids, and antioxidants - known as ‘Quercetin’ - which can help improve prostate health , reduce chronic inflammation of the bladder, as well as minimise the risk of developing prostate cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.
They may also help lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of stroke, and improve neurological health.

2. Spinach


Popeye was onto something when he chowed down on spinach to make him strong. Turns out, it doesn’t just make our arms strong...the high source of Folate and Magnesium in Spinach works together to improve blood flow and boost testosterone levels which improves performance in the bedroom.
In fact, a deficiency in folate has been linked to erectile dysfunction.
The high source of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients also plays a vital role in our everyday health and wellbeing. It’s a great way to lower damaging protein levels, as well as protect against high blood pressure and heart disease.

3. Avocados


It turns out smashed avo on toast may be worth all the fuss after all; Avocadoes pack a big health punch for men. These tasty fruits are a source of healthy fats, plus they’re chock-full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
The rich source of Vitamin E in Avocados helps improve sperm quality, while the zinc is thought to boost overall testosterone levels. Some studies also show they support weight loss, arthritis, and eyesight.
Better still? They’re reasonably priced this time of the year.

4. Carrots


The humble carrot is proving to be useful for more than just improving eyesight. Carotenoid and Carotene found within carrots - which gives them their orange appearance - plays a significant role in improving sperm count and quality.
Loaded with vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants, carrots have also been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, boost immune function, help control diabetes, as well as assist against high blood pressure and heart disease.

5. Healthy Fats


Incorporating healthy fats into our diet is a great way to boost not only our health but also our performance in the bedroom. Fatty acids such as nuts and seeds increase our intake of Omega 3 fatty acids and fibre. Some also contain Zinc and L-arginine, which gets the blood pumping and boosts cardiovascular health.
Introducing these fats into our diets couldn’t be easier. Try snacking on a mix of pecans, almonds, walnuts, cashews, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, and peanuts. There are also a load of fun, delicious recipes they can be added to as well.

6. Chilli Peppers


It seems chilli peppers can spice up the bedroom as much as they spice up a good meal. Studies have shown that men who consume spicy foods experience higher than average testosterone levels. This is due to the chemical Capsaicin within spicy foods, which revs up libido with a release of endorphins.
Besides their ability to heat up the bedroom, chilis also boast the ability to help fight inflammation, boost immunity, ease niggles as a natural pain killer, and free up the airways thanks to their natural decongestant properties.

7. Tomatoes


It’s unsurprising that tomatoes are the most popular ‘vegetable in the world. (They’re actually a fruit!). Tomatoes are incredibly versatile, perfect fresh, in pasta, juiced, as a soup, or as the much-loved and iconic Kiwi tomato sauce.
Tomatoes aren’t just the most popular fruit in the world, they’re also great for our health and performance. They’re a rich source of vitamins and minerals, helping to protect the heart, improve vision, lower hypertension, and manage diabetes. Just to name a few!
This incredible fruit can also help out in the downstairs department, too, thanks to the presence of Lycopene in tomatoes. This can help to prevent prostate cancer, and is beneficial for both sperm quality and male fertility.

Harnessing The Power Of Our Pantries


Living a healthy lifestyle is the key to improving our overall health...in all aspects! There is nothing fancy about the ingredients we’ve explored today. They’re just simple, cost-effective foods that can be grown in our backyards or found at the local supermarket and easily added to our daily diets.

 
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