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Here Are 7 Types Of Food You Should Eat Before You Get Intimate With Your Partner

Physical intimacy can leave you and your partner exhausted yet ecstatic. To put it another way, you'll need restorative or stamina meals if you want to repeat your performance. However, eat these meals before making love to boost your energy and refresh your body.

Watermelon is number one. One of the most popular fruits is watermelon. Eating slices of watermelon will help you become more aroused since it helps to relax the blood vessels. Because it contains citrulline, which helps to excite and elevate your mood, you can drink it before engaging in an intimate deed.

2. A glass of red wine. Wine consumption has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease and a younger appearance. Wine, on the other hand, can boost sexual arousal by increasing blood flow to the genitals.

3. The apple. Eat an apple before intercourse to freshen your breath and remove food particles from your teeth. An apple a day keeps your mouth clean and helps to prevent bad breath.

4. Garlic. When ginger is paired with lime juice, it is at its best. A ginger lemon mocktail boosts blood flow throughout the body, especially in the genitals. Ginger is aphrodisiac in addition to enhancing libido.

5. Fish and seafood. Crabs, crayfish, oysters, and prawns are high in serotonin, which improves your bedroom desire. Eat these foods to get in the mood for a night out with your lover. If your breath smells like fish, try eating an apple to get rid of it.

The banana is number six. It's not uncommon to have an intimate moment cut short by cramping. Eat a banana and drink plenty of water before going down with your mate if you want to avoid muscle cramps or spasms when making love.

Beef is number seven. Eating lean red meat and beef lowers the risk of erectile dysfunction. Defensive consumption of beef is an excellent approach to boost iron, protein, and zinc levels.

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