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6 Incredible Natural Foods to Help You Last Longer in Bed

6 Incredible Natural Foods to Help You Last Longer in Bed

As men, we always want to last longer in bed. This wouldn’t be a topic for most of us to discuss, but unfortunately, it is quite too common that no one can really deny it.

That being said, for a time, Viagra, Cialis, and male enhancement pills are our go-to options for making sure that we have the sexual prowess and stamina that will help us buy some more time for sex, albeit only a couple of minutes.

Well, the truth is, if you want a more effective approach, you should only take those pills when it is used in conjunction with a healthy diet.

In this article, I will talk about some incredibly natural foods that are known to help you last longer in bed.

Ginseng


There is a reason why ginseng is commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Often known as Panax ginseng, the reason why you’d want to take them (mostly in supplement form) is the fact that they contain compounds known as ginsenosides. These compounds are responsible for many health benefits that this amazing herb provides.

Although ginseng is also used to treat various ailments, it is also used as a means of treating sexual dysfunctions- allowing people’s bodies to return back to normal, sexually speaking.

When you really go to the nitty-gritty details, it turns out that ginseng actually improves nitric oxide production in the body, which explains why it is a potent herb in fighting erectile dysfunction.

Watermelon


Now, you might be wondering why watermelon is on this list. Well, this summer fruit is delicious and does hydrate your body, especially in the hot summer months.

But more importantly, watermelon actually contains citrulline, which is an amino acid that can booster enzyme production in the body that are responsible for the increased blood flow to your penis.

Chili Peppers


Men who feel that their sex drives have slumped may want to up their intake of chili. Serrano, cayenne, jalapenos, and just about any other spicy chili contains a compound that you want to have in your body- capsaicin.

Capsaicin is actually the one that is responsible for giving off that signature spicy flavor. It turns out that capsaicin not only improves one’s metabolism but it also does wonders by helping improve your sexual arousal as well.

Avocados


Avocados are generally good for the heart and any food that improves your heart condition is always going to be good for sexual health as well.

First off, avocados are rich in B-Vitamins that can help improve your sexual vitality. But more importantly, it is a rich source of monounsaturated fat that does wonders for your heart.

Chocolate


Do you know why dark chocolate is considered an aphrodisiac? Well, countless research has found out that cacao, the main component of chocolate, contains what is known as phenethylamine. This compound can actually mimic the effects of endorphins, making you feel good during sex.

Aside from that, dark chocolate has also been known to improve dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain which can make you feel even happier during and after sex.

Oatmeal


Some health experts actually consider oats as nature’s Viagra. That is because it contains nutrients that not only promote heart health, but also boosts blood flow to the penis as well.

It contains arginine which can help relax blood vessels that translates to better overall blood flow. It reduces your cholesterol level which is good for the heart. And, it is also a great source of sustainable energy since oats require more time to digest.

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