6 Foods To Avoid Before You Meet Your Woman On Bed

You’ve probably read our post about foods which boost your bedroom drive with your wife. But did you also know that there are foods, which can be a total put off when consumed before you go to bed with your wife? Listed below are the Six Foods to avoid before you meet your woman on bed :

Beans

Beans are a good source of fibre and protein for our bodybut they also contain a type of sugar that doesn’t digest fast and causes bloating and gas. We can all agree that a gassy and bloating belly is not ideal for s ex.

Garlic

Garlic adds extra flavour to our food, but it is really nora good idea before sex. It not only has a strong scent which can be an instant turn off but also has starches that can cause bloating.

Cheese

You probably didn’t expect cheese to make it to the list of foods to avoid before s ex, but the truth is that cheese can be a smelly nightmare and can turn your partner off. Cheese breath lingers on long after it has been consumed, so skip this food if you want to impress your partner.

Red meat

A fancy steak meal may sound like a perfect night out but you might want to reconsider your choice of meat. Red meat is heavy and can take a long time to digest. This will leave you feeling sluggish and sleepy, which will surely affect your performance in bed.

French fries

French fries are filled with tran’s fats that can lower test0sterone levels and decrease blood circulation. They also contain a lot of salt, which can make it difficult for men with high blood pressure to keep up a strong ere ction.

Peppermint

While you might think that chomping on a peppermint for fresh breath is a good idea before s ex, studies show that the menthol present in peppermint can reduce test0sterone levels and this can affect your s ex drive.

Hope you have learnt something new here .

Source: Agbo’s Blog
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