Chocolate is one of the foods that can have a negative impact on your libido.

3 foods that can lessen your sex drive

Food and sex can often be interconnected, particularly when it comes to those items that can kick things off in the bedroom. Certain foods such as black raspberries and watermelon can go a long way to improve your sex drive, but there are items that can actually have the opposite impact. This blog post will be covering the foods that you should avoid eating before jumping into bed with your significant other if you wish to have a fulfilling sexual experience. While your libido is made up of several physiological and biological factors, it can be altered by what you consume.

Here are three foods to avoid:

  • Cheese: The cheeses that are derived from cow's milk can potentially impact your body's natural productions of necessary hormones like estrogen and testosterone. With a decrease in these chemicals, you won't find yourself in the mood for sex.
  • Chocolate: While many people think of chocolate as an aphrodisiac, the truth is it can actually have a harmful effect on your sex life. While chocolate can in fact increase feelings of love and euphoria with another person, it also does something that can stop those feelings in their tracks – suppress testosterone levels.
  • Coffee: As everybody knows, coffee does a lot of things well for people. But the truth is, the more coffee a person drinks the worse their sex life can be. The reason for this is that the caffeine levels can create feelings of anxiety in a person, which lowers libido.

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