6 Foods to Boost Your Sex Life After 50

6-Foods-to-Boost-Your-Sex-Life-After-50_MAIN(STATIC)When you want to spice things up in the bedroom, what’s the first romantic food you think of? The most common aphrodisiac food associated with sex and romance is chocolate covered strawberries.

Research shows that the tryptophan in dark chocolate contributes to sexual arousal. The zinc, vitamin C, and potassium found in strawberries can certainly contribute to your libido. Put the two superfoods together and, well, you better let your older children know not to worry if they don’t hear from you for the next few days.

There are various health conditions related to a lack of libido as you age, such as arthritis, dementia, chronic pain, and diabetes. Surgeries and medications you take for some of your serious health conditions can also play a part in your sexual desire. There’s always the option of taking Viagra or other sexual stimulation drugs; however, a natural alternative is healthy anti-aging foods and superfoods that can definitely get the job done, so that you can get the job done.

Dark chocolate and strawberries are good superfood options to boost your libido, but there are several other healthy whole food alternatives that improve your overall health and well-being as well. Maybe it’s time to switch things up. After all, too much of a good thing can get pretty boring.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here are six superfoods to improve your anti-aging lifestyle and help get you in the mood—the six sex foods to get you going.

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