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What To Eat Before A First Date To Make A Good First Impression

Before a first date, there are a lot of questions to ask... What should I put on? Is he going to like me? What if he has a crazy ex who shows up and starts throwing rocks at me? What can I eat that won't make me feel bloated, doesn't contain garlic, and will keep me full?

Here are some foods to consider eating before your big outing.

1. Nuts

These are high in magnesium, which has a calming effect and can help to alleviate first-date nerves. Avoid foods that spike your blood sugar too quickly because they can make you jittery.

2. Salmon and olives

If you intend to drink alcohol, foods high in healthy fats are the way to go. Overall, it is critical to eat before drinking in order to slow the absorption of alcohol and reduce the irritation that it causes in the stomach. Include healthy fats, such as salmon or olive oil dressing, to slow alcohol absorption, reducing the workload on your liver.

3. Crunchy fruits and vegetables

Carrots, apples, and celery are said to be beneficial in removing plaque buildups that cause bad breath. Celery is also thought to help with bloating.

4. Water

Dehydration is a major cause of bad breath, so drink plenty of it before leaving the house. One of the most common causes of bad breath is dehydration. If you are one of those people who lives on coffee and forgets to refill their water bottle throughout the day, you are more likely to develop bad breath.

5. Legumes

Having a bloated tummy while trying to have fun with a new guy is the last thing you want. Legumes come into play here. They function similarly to fiber, assisting the digestive system and bowel movements.

6. Chocolate and oysters

Chocolate improves your spirit, which is ideal if you are too tired to make an effort, whereas oysters are known to get you in the mood for some sensual time.

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