52 Foods That Boost Penis Health, Supercharge Libido, and Increase Pleasure

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By idris604 • 15 days ago • 380 views • 141 comments

To boost the health of one of your favorite body parts and ensure it stays at its prime, you must first consider what’s hurting your penis. From stress to sleep deprivation to alcohol consumption, and even a bad attitude, there are a number of things that harm your sperm, testosterone production, and crush your desire to get busy.


However, upping your intake of specific foods can actually have the opposite effect. That’s right, you can eat to boost your sex life.


Whether you can’t get a hard-on, or just want your sex drive to surge, you can fuel your body (and your penis) with foods that make everything run smoothly. That means eating foods that contain high amounts of omega-3 acids (to improve blood flow to the penis) to ones that have special enyzmes that can boost your libido to others that include powerful pleasure-boosting minerals (like zinc, magnesium, and selenium) to foods rich in the vitamins B, C, D, and E that help control stress and your nerves—all factors that impact penile health. With the help of nutrition expert Rebecca Scritchfield, R.D.N., we rounded up the top foods that fit the bill.


 

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Apples


Chop em’ up or grab em’ whole to scarf down on the go. Not only does this powerfood boost muscle strength and size in old age per research, but they could save your private parts, too. “Apples contain the flavonoid quercetin that inhibits the secretion of the prostate-specific, androgen-regulated, tumor markers in the prostate cells, decreasing the risk of prostate cancer,“ Scritchfield says. 

 

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Avocados


This superfood should be worked into your daily diet regardless of its power to promote penile health. Avocados are filled with juicy, omega-3 fatty acids—the good-for-you kind that boost heart health, notes Scritchfield. They’re also rich in vitamin B6 and folic acid, which have the power to ramp up your energy, too. Better yet, “B6 helps regulate prolactin, a libido enhancer,” she adds.

 

 

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Bananas


Start peeling, gentlemen. Bananas contain a special enzyme called bromelain, which specifically “delivers an anti-inflammatory and blood-thinning effect, helping to increase testosterone,” says Scritchfield. They’re also well-known known for their high potassium content, which is crucial for blood circulation and ultimately sexual health.

 

 

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Beets


Slice, dice, and chop up the root veggie or juice it for a tangy nutrient-rich beverage. According to Scritchfield, “Beets are high in nitrates, which are vasodilators, and open up blood vessels and increase blood flow.”

 

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Black Raspberries


Reach for raspberries when you’re hungry—they contain chemical compounds called phytochemicals which simulates arousal, per Scritchfield.

 

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Brazil Nuts


Brazil nuts are one of, if not, the best source of selenium. “Selenium is imperative for sperm production and mobility,” says Scritchfield, and a handful of these will supply more than the recommended daily dose recommendation. “The testes and seminal ducts hold nearly half the selenium in a man’s body; but men also lose selenium in their semen.”

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Broccoli


Start steaming fresh broccoli daily to reap these plentiful health benefits: groundbreaking research has shown compounds found in cruciferous veggies like broccoli can help combat cancer. Meanwhile, its vitamin C content boosts blood circulation and has been linked with an improved libido, Scritchfield says. Plus, it’s an affordable, easy-to-cook side dish loaded with fiber so your stomach will feel fully satisfied, too.

 

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Brussels Sprouts


Brussels sprouts are actually pretty delicious if you know how to cook them properly (even if you’re a guy who hate greens). Plus, you’ll want to thank them for spiking your libido level shortly after consumption. This power veggie is high in indole-3-carbinol: “a compound that reduces estrogen levels, making testosterone more dominate in the body,” says Scritchfield. Try sautéing the

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