A normal libido, or sex drive, promotes physical and emotional wellness and can strengthen intimacy with your partner. Many factors can interfere with women's libido. Addressing underlying causes as well as eating a healthy diet rich in certain nutrients can help restore lost sex drive, making way for a more gratifying life.
Fish are top sources of omega-3 fatty acids, essential fats your body must obtain from food. In addition to reducing bodily inflammation and enhancing cardiovascular health, omega-3s can help stave off negative moods and boost libido, says sexual health expert and urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman.
Fruits and Veggies
In a study published in the "International Journal of Impotence Research" , 59 women with metabolic syndrome, a collection of obesity-related conditions, consumed a Mediterranean-style diet or an alternate diet for two years. By the study's end, women who ate the Mediterranean diet consumed significantly more fruits and vegetables and showed greater improvements in sexual function than the control group.
Unlike refined grains, such as white flour and instant rice, whole grains are not stripped of vital nutrient content during processing. As a result, they provide more fiber, antioxidants and B vitamins. B vitamins play an important role in lidibo.