A bigger O could be a few bites away. Incorporate these healthy foods into your diet for a crazy-good climax. There's a reason why romantic dates often involve wining and dining, says dietician Torey Jones Armul: "Eating causes the release of oxytocin, which is associated with feelings of pleasure. The act of eating, like a massage, is intended to feel good. But what you eat can amplify that pleasurable effect-and we're not talking chocolate and champagne. Two brain chemicals, dopamine and serotonin, are strongly linked to pleasure, satisfaction, and mood.
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It's been written about in Elle magazine and the Telegraph, mentioned in Forbes and joked about on the Tonight show - a sure sign that something has entered the cultural zeitgeist. Now for the millions of women unable to reach orgasm, or for those who want to improve their sex lives, here is a groundbreaking nutrition and exercise plan to bring women to orgasm for the first time - and every time they have sex! It achieves this through four easy-to-adapt elements including: a diet low in carbohydrates that avoids 'orgasm killers' like refined sugar and caffeine; high doses of fish oils, vitamin C and dark chocolate yes, chocolate! Unlike other orgasm books out there, which just focus on new positions to try or psychological issues, here is the first-ever scientifically supported nutritional and exercise programme to improve female libido. Marrena Lindberg has spent the last two years working with top doctors in the field of female sexuality in order to understand sexual dysfunction.
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Through two pregnancies, she discovered that her libido surged during pregnancy, dipped while breastfeeding, and roared back after weaning. Along the way, she took very large doses of fish oil, and aimed for meals with 40 percent carbs, 30 percent protein, and 30 percent fat. She began looking into the reasons for her change in libido and arrived at the program detailed in her book. It has not been backed up by a scientific trial. Other tips: drop oral birth control, quit smoking, avoid trans fats, get enough sleep , exercise, and practice deep-breathing.
Here's the buzz: The sweet stuff is a bountiful source of boron a mineral also found in green leafy vegetables, fruits, legumes, and nuts. Boron helps the body metabolize and utilize estrogen, the basic female sex hormone. Some studies have shown that this mineral may also enhance blood levels of testosterone, the hormone responsible for promoting the specific drive for genital sex and orgasm in both men and women, according to Theresa Crenshaw, M.