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5 Foods You Should Avoid Before Getting To Intimacy And Why You Should Not Eat Them

Foods are believed to be a source of energy for the body. Other foods are eaten to strengthen our immune system which is the defence system of the body from infections and diseases.

However, some foods have been discouraged from eating before making love. According to an expert, these foods make a person feel tired and bloated and you will have gases in the body. You may also be lethargic too.

Also, an expert revealed that before you get to the business you need to eat a small amount of food. This is because the body will its energy and blood flow to digestion rather than the real business.

Here are the 5 foods you need to avoid.

1. Garlic

Garlic is believed to give a stinky breath. This will make your partner uncomfortable. Other reports are that garlic makes body fluids taste funky.

Experts have alleged that one needs to eat vegetables without garlic in them because they provide a good taste of body fluids.

2. Heavy carbohydrates

Taking heavy carbohydrates will make you feel lethargic or end up sleeping. Carbohydrates such as bread and potatoes will raise blood sugar in the short term and after a few hours the levels will crash and the energy will be depleted.

3. Sugar

Sugars especially sweets stimulate the bacteria in the gut. These bacteria are commonly referred to as normal flora. When stimulated they produce toxins which result in bloating and abdominal discomfort.

4. Alcohol

Alcohol depresses the nervous system. The nervous system entails the brain which is a centre for all decision-making and control of activities. When you are drunk, you will fail to perform because it affects your performance.

5. Fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are recommended because they contain Vitamin D. Vitamin D helps to boost the testosterone hormone. One of the functions of the testosterone hormone is to increase s*x drive.

Thanks for reading. Hope you have learnt.


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