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7 Reasons Why Veganism Means Better Sex

A vegan diet provides enough vitamin C and gives smooth, soft skin. Foods high in water content help with natural lubrication, which is especially good for women. Vegan diets boost your energy levels and increase your blood flow, which are both good for sex. Vegan foods help maintain your physique and improve your mood.

Ever wondered what you could do to perform better in bed with your partner? It’s simple! All you need to do is exclude meat, fish, eggs, milk, other dairy products, and every other animal-derived food products from your diet. That’s right, all you need to do is go vegan!

Veganism can help you build your sexual stamina and can help you boost your performance in bed. Here are a few reasons why you should go vegan if you want to enjoy a good sex life.

Reasons Why Veganism Means Better Sex

Being a vegan can be a tough choice to make, but it has many benefits that you can enjoy even in your bedroom with your partner. So, if you’re up for trying a vegan diet, here are a few reasons that can help you stick to it.

1. It Gives Smoother, Softer Skin

It Gives Smoother, Softer Skin

It is important for you to feel comfortable in your own skin to feel confident even under the sheets. If you are on a vegan diet, your skin feels soft and smooth provided you eat the right foods.

Vitamin C present in most fruits is an essential nutrient for the synthesis of collagen – the protein in our body that gives the skin its elasticity and strength.1 Studies have also found that a diet high in calories, fat, and especially meat and its products can increase skin inflammation and break down collagen, making your skin more prone to acne.2

So, you probably want to add more fruits and vegetables for a clear healthy, clear skin which is definitely a turn on for your partner.

2. It Makes You Smell Better Naturally

It Makes You Smell Better Naturally

This benefit is again provided by a diet that is high in fruits and vegetables. So, if you are on a vegan diet and you have plenty of fruits and vegetables, it can keep your skin feeling fresh and can help you smell good naturally. Studies have shown that red meat consumption may have a negative impact on natural body odor which may seem less attractive and pleasant compared to those who don’t consume meat.3

So, smelling good is another turn on for your partner and can lure them closer to you for some intimate time in the bedroom.

3. It Increases Natural Lubrication

it Increases Natural Lubrication

Foods high in water content, especially fruits, can keep your body hydrated. There is an added advantage of having these high-water content foods – your vagina stays moist and you’ll not experience vaginal dryness.

This one is for the ladies in the bedroom. Eating lots of fruits like watermelons and vegetables like cucumbers can keep your vagina healthy, too. This eliminates the use of artificial lubricants and can enjoy your intimate time with your partner for longer.

4. It Boosts Your Energy Levels

It Boosts Your Energy Levels

Vegan diets are all about whole fruits and vegetables. This may sound boring to nonvegetarians, but you should know that not only do they have an increased energy level for their daily tasks but they also have their sexual energy levels at peak.

We all know that sex takes a lot of energy and stamina, so, if that’s what’s missing in your sex life, going vegan may be an option for you. Here’s a chance to cut down on energy drinks if you have them to boost your energy. Instead, you can try potassium-rich bananas, fiber-rich apples, and strawberries that don’t give you a sugar crash (consuming too much sugar that eventually depletes your energy levels).

5. It Increases Blood Flow

It Increases Blood Flow

Another benefit of a vegan diet is that it can improve blood circulation and reduce blood pressure, reducing the development of heart diseases. But, blood circulation is not only beneficial for the heart but also for some increased sexual pleasures. This is definitely true for men! Getting your blood to flow in all parts of the body including your penises ensure a better time in your bedroom.

Oranges and most citrus fruits are blood thinners and can improve blood circulation. You don’t have to limit yourself to eating only fruits. Nuts like almonds can improve your blood flow as well.4

6. It Helps You Stay In Shape

It Helps You Stay In Shape

If you are overweight and struggling to shed those extra pounds to feel better about yourself, then a vegan diet with regular exercises can help you get in shape. If you are already happy with your body, vegan diets can help you stay that way.

Not only does a vegan diet help keeping your body healthy, it also keeps your mind healthy. Most toxins from the body are cleansed with fruits and vegetables which are eaten in plenty if you are on a vegan diet. Your body gets the good fats that can keep your body in shape and help your heart, too.

7. It Keeps You Happy

It Keeps You Happy

A vegan diet or a diet which does not include meat, fish, poultry may improve your mood and help you feel happy.5 Vegetables, fruits, and nuts and seeds can increase the happy hormone, serotonin. So, if you are happy, you can enjoy some happy sex, too!

So, now you know why veganism may not be a bad idea. However, if you are a meat-lover and it seems impossible to switch to veganism, try to include more fruits, vegetables, and nuts in your diet than you consume meat.

References   [ + ]

1. Vitamin C and Skin Health. Oregon State University.
2. Melnik, Bodo. “Dietary intervention in acne: Attenuation of increased mTORC1 signaling promoted by Western diet.” Dermato-endocrinology 4, no. 1 (2012): 20-32.
3. Havlicek, Jan, and Pavlina Lenochova. “The effect of meat consumption on body odor attractiveness.” Chemical senses 31, no. 8 (2006): 747-752.
4. Almonds reduce the risk of heart disease, research shows. Aston University.
5. Beezhold, Bonnie L., and Carol S. Johnston. “Restriction of meat, fish, and poultry in omnivores improves mood: a pilot randomized controlled trial.” Nutrition journal 11, no. 1 (2012): 9.

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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