Certain Foods Can Improve Low Libido in Women

Volume 13    |   Issue 46

Low libido is an issue for many women. Rather than ignoring it and hoping things will improve, there are foods you can eat to bolster your hormones and your lagging libido.

Black raspberries, strawberries, and figs can help boost libido. These berries are filled with phytochemicals, which slowly lift your mood. No, you can't eat one and expect to be ready to go in minutes. But you can eat 10 black raspberries one hour before the action. This can give you quite the pick me up. And eating the seeds of 10 berries a day can slowly improve arousal over the long term.

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Why black raspberries? Black raspberries are rich in phytochemicals that boost libido and your ability to feel aroused. And it takes just 10 berries or a heaping tablespoon of raspberry seeds to feel an effect. In addition to the phytochemicals, these fruits are rich in antioxidants, fiber, and potassium, which will give you natural energy and help balance your hormones.

Berries also can support your natural estrogen production. In fact, black raspberries inhibit a broad range of cancers in preclinical models. These include in vivo models of oral, esophageal, colon, breast, and skin cancer. We know that many breast tumors are related to hormones. And we have studies showing that black raspberries can help with diabetes. So the berries' ability to balance your hormones is promising.

The berries and seeds contained in black raspberries provide a bit of a lift to your sexual mood. Eating a handful of them daily is one way of putting a little spice back into the bedroom.



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