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Foods you must avoid before having Sex
The food we eat can affect our sex drive in both a positive and negative way, so it’s important to choose wisely when it comes to getting some action
While some of these anti-aphrodisiacs, which include surprising foods such as broccoli, tofu and oats, are good for us in the long run, they are best not consumed when you’re hoping to get in the mood for love.
Food can have an incredible impact on our lives, affecting not only our physical health but our emotional well-being too,’  ‘Our libido can be affected by a number of outside influences, from stress, tiredness, shift work, financial worries or simply working long hours.’
Some of the foods to avoid are:
1. Cheese
Dairy generally is a libido killer. For many, dairy is congesting and mucus-producing, so not the ideal way to feel before sex
2. Beans
‘For some, they’ll feel full of energy after a bean-filled meal, for others they may feel sluggish or at worst bloated and even an increase in flatulence, so best avoided,’ she explained.
3. Chocolate
Choose your chocolate carefully as not all chocs are bad. Go for dark chocolate that contains a minimum of 70 per cent cocoa, as it will be the most nutritious way to consume this delicious, sensual food!
‘Dark chocolate is naturally high in many antioxidants, choose raw for the highest possible levels of naturally occurring nutrients. Chocolate is rich in L-tryptophan, which is a precursor to serotonin.
‘When we have good levels of serotonin we feel happier and this decreases our stress levels.
4. Red wine
In moderation, red wine may increase blood flow, whilst relaxing you and lowering your inhibitions. But only have it in small amounts, as you don’t want to overdo it!
5. Oatmeal
May be good for you by helping to lower stress levels, and this is a roundabout way may increase libido, but aside from keeping you full energy-wise, oatmeal won’t directly increase your libido. Plus the high fiber content can lead to gassy feelings.
6.Energy drinks
These are often full of sugar and nasties such as artificial colours and flavours. They may give you an instant energy lift, which may increase endurance and stamina, but this may be short-lived.

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