Having great sex is a whole lifestyle. You must make time for it and do things like having date night, making your bedroom a place you want to be romantic in, and paying attention to what you eat.
Both men and women can fall victim to a lack of libido at some point during their adult lives.
More often than not, this deep in desire is a temporary glitch which can be safely resolved by re-evaluating our general health and adjusting lifestyle habits.
Unfortunately some medications such as opioids, anti-psychotics, cancer treatments and beta blockers can directly affect sex drive, as do some health issues including depression, fluctuating hormones, arthritis and ageing.
Goji berries are believed to be a strong sexual stimulant, as they increase testosterone levels which stimulates libido in both men and women. They also improve overall stamina, mood and wellbeing, all of which are vital components for an exciting sex life.
Additional health benefits of goji berries
We now know what the ancient Chinese believed to be true about goji berry nutrients. In addition to the nutrients mentioned about linked with improving sexual health, goji is rich in many other nutrients that can benefit overall health. And one of the benefits of goji berries is that they are relatively low calorie for the amount of nutrition they offer. Nutrition experts estimate the calories of goji berries at about 70 per quarter cup serving.
And with goji berry calories at just 70 per serving, you’re getting the benefits of protein, fibre, copper selenium, vitamin A, vitamin B2 and zinc. And along with all these nutrients comes the promise of some powerful benefits, not just to sexual health but possibly to your skin, hair, energy, immunity and even your heart.
Clinical tests have demonstrated that they help lower colestral In addition, the goji berry’s nutritional claims include one of the highest contents of beta carotene of all fruits. As such, goji berries are recommended by health food practitioners to help you look and feel young. They’re like the culinary version of the fountain of youth.
Dried goji have a sweet/sour taste, like an intense cross between a dried cranberry and a golden raisin.
They are used in cooking similarly to a dried cranberry or can be tossed on salads or added to trail mix. In China, the dried fruit is cooked into savory chicken or pork stew and is also steeped as an herbal tonic. The Chinese even make wine from what they consider to be one of the most powerfully nutritious foods.
But if you are looking for a good goji recipe, I endorse adding dried goji berries to your smoothie or in hot water or on your salads. You can also eat them dry as a snack.