Love Diet

How can a love diet keep us tasty and inviting while adding to our sexual desire and desirability? The old saying, ‘you are what you eat’ certainly has relevance when we apply it to how we smell, taste, and inevitably, how we look.

Foods can either add to your sexual and sensual attractiveness or detract from it. Certainly foods that have high water content are good for our skin, bowels, and energy levels, but eating them just before making love is not always a good idea.

It’s good to eat light foods that are easily digested without strong aromas such as fresh seafood and salads which have mild flavors.

Rather than eating arugula, leeks, asparagus or brussell sprouts, as these stronger tasting vegetables will leave their chemical influences behind, adding to your flavor.

Of course, if you want to have a strong flavor and your lover appreciates its taste and smell, go for it, but for most, it is not usually advisable.

There’s no doubt that healthy eating choices keep us healthy, along with exercise, getting enough sleep, and spending time daily de-stressing.

If you want your love diet to work for you, keep it simple, naturally sweet, and healthy.

Your body will thank you with a proper weight, increased resiliency against disease, glowing skin, a clean colon, all which result in lots more energy for making love.

If you want to taste sweet naturally, eat natural sweets.

Fruits such as oranges, pineapple, blueberries and strawberries not only add a lift to your overall energy, they add sweetness to your natural flavor and scent.

And, as much as you may love red meat, if you really want to taste your sweetest, limit its consumption.  

Red meat especially adds bitterness to seminal fluid’s taste and scent, and an overall stronger flavor to vaginal fluids, making them both much harder to ‘swallow’.

The best love diet does not include any processed foods and very few ‘fast foods’.

If you put junk in, you can expect junk out, with all the bloating , gas and sluggishness that these pseudo-foods are known for.

Instead of soda pop, drink natural orange and apple juices, along with pure water, and you’ll taste terrific.

If you choose to quench your thirst with chemicals, the results will leave you wondering why you get so many infections, why you’re insecure about your aroma, why you don’t have any energy or interest in high energy sex, and why your body feels stiff and out of sorts.

In general, the foods that are easiest to digest are in their most natural state.

They are the ones to eat to help keep our libido up and give us the energy we need for quality sexual activities, which includes lots of foreplay.

If you’ve ‘filled your tank” with cheap quality fuel, you’re running on little to no nutrition, which are the building blocks for energy, a healthy sexual appetite, appearance, and desire.

When you’re in the mood for love, include melon in your love diet that day.

It is packed with vitamins A and C, helps to reduce inflammation and fights cancer-causing free radicals.

In fact, studies have shown that a high intake of these vitamins can reduce the risk of heart disease and colon cancer and alleviate some of the symptoms of arthritis and asthma.

Avoid stronger tasting vegetables such as onions, garlic, broccoli and cabbage on the day you want to make love as they actually affect your natural flavor, including the potency of your vaginal or seminal fluid, or the taste of your kiss.

If you are at all insecure about how you taste, drink lots of water and orange juice to compensate for any faux pas you may have consumed when you strayed from a love diet that loves you back.



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