Health Benefits Of Strawberry
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We have lovely fruits and foods in Nigeria that can help boost our sexlife, but most times we choose to go after carbohydrates alone.
I am here to always tell us some of these fruits or foods that we take for granted.
One of them is Strawberry.
This strawberry 🍓 is very common in the north-central especially Jos.
The sexual benefits of Strawberries are:
Strawberries contain High Amounts of Zinc – It’s actually the seeds that contain the zinc, but unlike most fruit, we consume strawberry seeds. Zinc helps improve our sex lives in many ways. It’s the nutrient that governs testosterone, which sperm production depends upon. Testosterone is the driving force (so to speak) in a man’s sexual function. Decreases in testosterone can lead to decreased sexual activity (and desire!) for men.
Strawberries are incredibly high in antioxidants. Antioxidants play a crucial role in supporting sexual health and fertility because they help optimize blood flow to the sex organs. Optimal blood flow to sex organs is essential for obvious reasons.
When compared to other fruits, strawberries, which are relatively low in calories, have a very low glycemic value, meaning they provide sustained energy without the sugar crash. Sex is like exercise, so sustained energy is important.
Strawberries are high in vitamin C, which improves your sex life in many ways. High levels of vitamin C have been associated with increased libido in both men and women. In addition, vitamin C helps protect men against prostate cancer.
Strawberries are packed with folic acid, a B-vitamin which aids in fertility health.Women who eat a diet rich in folic acid have a decreased risk of birth defects in their offspring. Folic acid is also used to create sperm in men.
Strawberries increase libido. In addition to all of the benefits from zinc, vitamin C, and folic acid described above, these effects combine to make strawberries an aphrodisiac.
Strawberries are sexy! When we see people eating strawberries in movies, often accompanied with a glass of champagne in some romantic setting, we are conditioned to think about sex.