Food & Sexuality !!

There is a reason behind everything we eat !!


Based on what we eat, directly depends our physical condition, mental condition, hormonal levels and resistance to stress and diseases. In other words: Tell me what you eat, and I’ll tell you who you are. Research scientists have once again confirmed the link between foods that we eat and our well-being, and even emotions.

Sadly a lot of men can’t experience the ultimate pleasure of love making due to improper physical fitness and lack of sexual desire. Nowadays men had to manage a tough schedule everyday with no time left for physical exercises. So it’s tougher for them to stay fit and energetic. A faulty food habit is acting as a silent killer making them less energetic. A good food habit is something that a man can easily maintain and it can be very helpful to stay energetic and increase the sexual desire.

The following foods will make you a better lover and boost your sex drive, because they provide the necessary nutrients to stay longer in the bed by increasing your energy level. 

  • Spinach
  • Fatty Fish
  • Potatoes
  • Green tea
  • Almonds & walnuts
  • Chia seeds
  • Peppers
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Celery
  • Bananas
  • Watermelons
  • Mangoes
  • Honey

Having a healthy sex drive is linked to feeling physically and emotionally healthy. So it’s no surprise that food can play a role in helping you get your groove back.

Which food kills testosterone???

The foods that are most likely to do so include cheese, yogurt, grains (bread, pasta, crackers, rice, cereals), chocolate, and alcohol. These foods lower testosterone by increasing the activity of an enzyme, aromatase, which converts testosterone into estrogen.

Food and sexuality have been associated in various ways throughout history. Foods such as chocolate and oysters are said to be aphrodisiacs.

In some cultures animal testicles and other items are consumed to increase sexual potency. Food items also provide symbolism, such as the biblical “forbidden fruit” or the cherry with its associations related to virginity. Food items are also used in slang sexual terminology and poetry. Some foods are considered sensual for their appearance, texture and taste. Whipped cream, melted chocolate, jam, strawberries that are often dipped in chocolate and peanut butter are sometimes used for intimate titillation in an act known as sploshing.

The relationship between food and sex has also been explored in books and cinema.

Thank you..!!

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The More you eat, More are the chances of your early death!!!

“What’s wrong with eating too full?”
The more you eat, the sooner you die. The lesser you eat, the longer you live.” This is what Dr Lee always says in his health talk. He also mentions, “Eating too full causes all sort of health problems such as hypertension, diabetes, stroke, etc.”

Why eating too full is so harmful to your health? What can you do about it?
Mice experimentTo see how eating habit affects life span, a professor from University of Texas did an experiment on mice.

For the first group of 100 mice, he let them eat without any restriction, just like a buffet meal.

The second group was fed only 60% full. And the third group was given food without restriction too. But this time, he reduced protein content to half. After 2.5 years, guess how many mice were still alive out of 100?

* First group (eat without restriction) – only 13 mice was alive. Opsss…

* Second group (eat 60% full) – 97 mice was still alive. Only 3 mice died.

* Third group (eat without restriction with protein cut half) – 50 mice still alive.

What can we learn from these results?Firstly, eating too full is really harmful to your body. Secondly, eat 60% full if you want to live longer and healthier. Thirdly, taking too much
protein is harmful to your body too. We don’t need so much protein after all.

Do you know digestion is the most demanding work for your body? Think about the organs involved such as your mouth, stomach, liver, pancreas, duodenum and intestine. Think about the length of digestive tract from your mouth to intestine.
By eating too full, your body zaps up much of your energy for digestion. Otherwise, this energy may be used for other purpose such as enhancing your immune system.

Do you realize you become very tired easily after a big meal? That is the sign of your body working hard to digest all the food you take in.      

Link of one video explaining the same.. https://youtu.be/7VJ4cRWCpDw

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Foods you should surely avoid with Wine!!!

1. Artichokes:

This vegetable contains a compound, called cynarine, that messes with the taste of your wine. As Bon Appétit explains, cynarine “makes everything taste sweeter than it actually is because it knocks out your taste receptors and inhibits you from experiencing acidity, bitterness, and saltiness. This leaves wine, yes, tasting sweeter, but also flat and one-note because the cynarine has robbed you of the wine’s other characteristics.”

2. Asparagus:

You may heard that asparagus just doesn’t pair well with wine. But chances are good that you don’t know why. As Wine Folly explains, there are two compounds at fault. The first are the sulfurous compounds in asparagus, which can actually mimic the taste of a wine fault. The second is the green, herbaceous flavor introduced by the high levels of chlorophyl in the vegetable. You’d be hard-pressed to find a wine that pairs well with asparagus, so you might want to choose a different drink to serve. 

3. Blue cheese:

This is most likely because the blue cheese has a high presence of a particularly odiferous aroma compound called alkan-2-ones which is also found in sphagnum swamp moss. Sounds appetizing, doesn’t it?  Blue cheese typically overpowers most of the wines that go well with cheese. So you’ll probably want to avoid this pairing. This is most likely because the blue cheese has a high presence of a particularly odiferous aroma compound called alkan-2-ones which is also found in sphagnum swamp moss.” Sounds appetizing, doesn’t it?  Blue cheese typically overpowers most of the wines that go well with cheese. So you’ll probably want to avoid this pairing. 

4. Brussels sprouts:

The earthy and sulfurous flavors of this cruciferous vegetable pose some major challenges that even the best sommeliers can’t surmount. In fact, Brussels sprouts almost always make wine taste bad because of the vegetable’s organosulfur compounds. These compounds — also found at varying levels in asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, and garlic — mimic the taste of a wine fault. Unless you go with very specific wines, you should pick a different beverage to serve with your Brussels sprouts. 

5. Chocolate:

Tasting chocolate adds a few sensations to your palate including textured chocolate tannin, fattiness, sweetness and an earthy flavor. When you finish this taste with a dry red wine, the wine scrapes the fattiness and sweetness from your palate leaving harsh tannins and a sour note of wine. Even worse? The wine’s more subtle flavors get lost thanks to the chocolate. There may be a few rare pairings that can make it work. But in most cases, you should enjoy chocolate and wine separately, not together. 

Artichokes
Asparagus
Blue Cheese
Brussels Sprouts
Chocolate

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