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What we put into our bodies strongly affects what we’ll get out of it. Our craving for junk foods, eventually takes a toll on our sexual ability which will suffer alongside everything else. A consistently poor diet will also end up clogging the arteries throughout our body, including the blood flow to your penis, which will help to contribute to a weak erection and premature ejaculation.

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“It is not the same day that a leaf falls to the water bottom that it rottens”
-Jamaican Proverb-
Some foods are also just plain draining on the system. Junk foods such as potato chips, donuts, and pop have no actual nutritional value and so add nothing but empty carbohydrates to our system. This means that people who eat a high quantity of these foods have less energy, are more sluggish, and are less likely to engage in meaningful sexual activity. Poor eating will lead to a host of other health problems which may not seem linked to premature ejaculation or other sexual problems, but in fact can be tied in. Diabetes, obesity, cancer, and just plain lowered immune systems will make it harder to maintain focus and drive in the bedroom and thus will decrease satisfaction in sex. It is, therefore, very important to maintain a healthy diet and only eat junk food in minimal portions.
Clearly diet affects our sex lives. But how, exactly?
If your challenge is fertility, you have lots of factors to look to: adiet high in processed foods, trans fats, and artificial ingredients can spell disaster for your reproductive system. Processed junk foods are void of any real nutritional value (empty calories) leading to deficiencies and illnesses. When our bodies are not healthy, conceiving a child is no easy task. Likewise, packaged and processed foods come with another health threat: endocrine disruptors. Commonly found in pesticides and plastics used in everything from soda can linings to microwaveable containers, endocrine disruptors like the plastic product BPA (bisphenol-A) and the pesticide atrazine have shown a strong connection with creating an imbalance in the body’s hormonal system, which can greatly decrease your chances of becoming pregnant. Studies have shown that diets rich in veganwhole foodslike fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can reverse the effects of BPA exposure.
If your issue is performance related, be it impotence, exhaustion, or even the ability to climax, foods may also be to blame. A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, found that both men and women can experience a decrease of blood flow to the penis, clitoris, and vulva, due to constricted blood vessels resulting from a diet high in cholesterol-containing foods like meat, eggs, and dairy. The decrease of blood flow can make sexual activity both difficult and less satisfying.
Coffee and Sex
As far as your sexuality is concerned, a single cup of coffee or caffeine-containing beverage may give you more energy and stamina for sexual activity, thereby enhancing your performance and overall enjoyment. When athletes drink three or four cups of coffee about an hour before they compete, they can outlast caffeine-free competitors by up to 20 minutes. This affect on athletic performance is real—so real that the International Olympic Committee has classified caffeine as a “restricted drug.” Competitors are allowed to use caffeine, as long as they don’t overdo it. The rest of us can benefit from a little moderation as well. Consuming too much caffeine on a regular basis leads to chronic over-stimulation of the adrenal glands, flooding the body and brain with hormones normally produced in times of stress. These hormones are known to negatively impact libido and sexual performance.

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