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How to Improve Your Fertility

Foods that we eat play a role in boosting our s*x lives. This is because a healthy s*x life is linked to the feeling of being physically and emotionally healthy. If you are looking to improve your s*x life or just gain some knowledge, this could be the right article for you. This article will equip you with some knowledge on what foods to add to your diet. The will improve your s*x life in three ways:

Improve your stamina

Improve blood flow (also helps the heart)

Boost your libido

Certain meats

Chicken, pork, and beef contain certain compounds that help to improve your blood flow. These compounds include:




Apart from heart matters, a healthy blood flow is also important to a healthy s*x life to people of all genders. However, note that too much red meat is bad for your heart.


They are recommended because they are rich in zinc. Zinc helps to regulate the testosterone hormone and it is important in male fertility. Additionally, zinc improves blood flow to all organs of the body. Oysters have high zinc content than any other type of food.

Seeds and nuts

Try taking nuts instead of candy. Try the following:


Pumpin seeds




Sunflower seeds


Apples contain an antioxidant called quercetin that offers various health benefits to our bodies. Apart from fertility, apples also treat ED; promote circulation; and manage symptoms of prostatitis. They also help to prevent blood pressure that disrupts blood flow to the genitals leading to s*xual dysfunction. High blood pressure can lead to less interest in s*x or low libido especially in females by causing fatigue.


Salmon is well known to contain high omega-3 fatty acids content. Salmon, as well as tuna, halibut, and sardines, keep your s*x life, and body healthy. It improves blood flow in the body by preventing the build-up of plaques in the arteries. It also contains zinc. It is recommended to take fish at least twice a week. 

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