According to a study that was published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the average
time for couples having sex is anywhere between 3-13 minutes (obviously, the longer
Now, you might think that age is the main reason why you might have lower sexual
stamina and that is only partly true. What you eat does have a profound impact on your
sex drive as well.
Fortunately, a low libido can be rectified by either taking libido boosters or eating the
right foods. Today, I am going to be talking more about the latter and you will be happy
to know that these foods aren’t hard to come by at all.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
They say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. That is true because the entire
apple has plenty of health benefits. Among its many benefits, it contains an antioxidant
flavonoid known as quercetin which can help improve the oxidative capacity of your
cells; allowing for better blood oxygen levels all throughout your body.
Have you ever wondered by chilies have a spicy taste? Well, most of it is thanks to
Capsaicin, which is an active compound found in most chilies that are known to improve
heart rate and increases metabolism. It is also known to help release endorphins, which
are known to be the ‘feel-good’ hormones of the body.
You might not like the taste and smell of ginger, but you may want to add it to your daily
dishes since according to a study of the International Journal of Cardiology, adding just
a teaspoon of ginger every week can help improve your heart immensely. A healthy
heart produces and improves blood circulation, thus allowing you to have better,
stronger, and more sustained erections.
No, this is not some kind of elaborate joke. Bananas actually help men last longer in the
sexual marathon. Bananas have a two-pronged approach to that. First, it is a good
source of carbohydrates which gets converted to energy when ingested. Second, it is
rich in potassium which is known to help lower (or prevent) the risk of high blood
pressure, according to the American Heart Association.
According to an International Journal of Impotence Research study, men who follow the
Mediterranean diet have better-performing hearts than those who don’t. One of the
stapes of the said diet includes wild salmon, which is a rich source of Omega-3 fatty
acids which can help improve heart health and function.
Aside from the fact that eating oatmeal helps keep heart disease at bay, it is also known
to help improve blood flow to your penis thanks to its rich L-arginine content.
Certain nuts are rich in healthy fats, but one of the best things about them is the fact
they contain heaps of Magnesium, which is an essential mineral that can boost sexual
Men who constantly find themselves lacking energy for most of the day might be
deficient in B-vitamins. Tuna is not only great as it contains Omega-3 fatty acids but
they also have relatively good levels of B-vitamins as well (mainly Vitamin B12).
Quinoa’s rich fiber content helps make your heart healthy. Aside from that, it ensures
that your innards get a routine cleaning as well.
People who drink Beet juice have been known to have relatively high scores in cognitive
tasks, according to a study published by Physiology & Behavior. Its main component is
nitrate which gets converted to Nitrite by the body that helps improve blood flow
throughout the rest of your body.