Not feeling in the mood lately? You may need to change your diet.
Breath mints that contain menthol reduce a man's testosterone level, leading to a lack of desire in the bedroom. Good oral hygiene is better than popping mints, if you want to get it on. A squirt of lemon in the back of your throat can help freshen breath in a pinch.
Testosterone is a hormone that affects both men and women's sex drives. Grains like pasta, bread, cereal, and beer, increase the activity of an enzyme called aromatase. Aromatase converts testosterone into estrogen, which can really put a damper on sexual desire.
Dairy products that were made with hormones can interfere with your body's normal hormonal balance. If you are experiencing a decrease in libido, consider cutting out the dairy. It might even help you lose a few pounds. And of course, avoid some very un-sexy cheese gas. Take a vitamin D supplement instead. It's essential to testosterone production.
This one is debatable. While some people use these as aphrodisiacs, scientists say that chocolate and alcohol also increase aromatase activity, the hormone that converts testosterone into estrogen. You remember!
A little bit of soy is ok. But large amounts of soy in a man's diet will make him produce too much estrogen, lowering his sex drive. That estrogen is tricky, isn't it?
Fried foods leave people feeling heavy and sluggish. Avoid fatty foods if you want to go for a roll in the hay. Instead, try a lean cut of organic red meat and asparagus, or some oysters on the half shell. Don't forget the splash of lemon for fresh breath!