Eat This To Make Her More Satisfied During Sex

Eat This To Make Her More Satisfied During Sex

If you’ve been following AdviceForHim for quite some time now, you’ve probably come across my posts that explained how mood-altering hormones let loose by the endocrine glands play a very significant role when it comes to lovemaking.

Besides helping you get a strong erection going and help you stay hard until you’ve given your lover the sexual satisfaction she wants, they also make your skin extra sensitive particularly in and around the erogenous zones so you’ll have an amazing time during lovemaking.

And as an added bonus, they also help regulate your sexual arousal so you won’t come too quickly while at it. How’s that for multi-tasking?

I am basically saying that if you can optimize your body’s production of mood-altering hormones and keep it as ideal as possible, you’re guaranteed to please your partner every time the two of you get frisky in bed. Interestingly, I happen to know a very simple trick how to do just that.

Let me explain what I mean…

Making sure that your body is going to churn out enough mood-altering hormones the moment you get sexually aroused to the time you achieve orgasm isn’t as complicated as you think. It’s actually as straightforward as loading up more on a specific essential mineral.

And this mineral is magnesium.

Sure you may already heard about magnesium’s ability to help stave off cardiovascular problems, normalize blood pressure levels as well as reverse the negative effects of osteoporosis, but there’s one thing a lot of people don’t know about this mineral yet.

Magnesium is an essential mineral that has been observed to improve the transmission of neural messages in the system. This means that if you’ve got an enough supply of it in your body, the exchange of information from vital organs, muscles, cells and tissues are enhanced.

Moreover, the function of various systems in the body will be also improved, including the endocrine glands that are in charge of releasing mood-altering hormones. And I’m sure you already have an idea where this is going…

Make it a point to load up more on foods abundant in magnesium like dark chocolate, figs, bananas, plain non-fat yogurt, avocados, brown rice, soy beans, sweet potatoes, oily fish like mackerel and wild salmon, pumpkin and squash seeds as well as raw spinach.

So the next time you drop by your local grocery, keep in mind to get your hands on magnesium-rich treats and you’re sure to help take your lover’s sexual satisfaction up a notch.

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