Foods that actually kill sex drive...
03 November 2014, 23:10
Nairobi -Oh yes, those who fancy the easy life might actually regret it, uhm, bed regret it.
Easy to go morning meal for a lot of people and looks quite
harmless but it may actually have some adverse effects on your sex drive. Fact
is, John Harvey Kellogg the inventor/creator of your beloved cereal was a firm
believer in abstinence among us the human folk. So he spent his time coming up
with foods that would kill one’s sex drive and he figured that the bland,
sugarless breakfast cereal might do the trick.
No, water is not bad for you but the plastic bottle that
carries it may be a contributor to your low sex drive. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a
form of chemical component that is found in a lot of plastic containers as well
as cans and has been found to have a negative effect on the fertility of both
men and women. Women with the highest BPA were also found to produce 27% less
viable eggs as a study by Harvard School of Public Health found.
Citrus flavoured water
If you have a bottle of Krest and Mountain Dew maybe you
should rethink before you partake of it. Coca-Cola and PepsiCo in the May of
2014 announced that they were working out on a way of manufacturing their
popular citrus flavored drink without a brominated vegetable oil in a class
known as PBDEs. PBDEs are used as flame retardants in plastics and foam. Women
who also have high levels of PBDEs are less likely to conceive as compared to
their counterparts who do not take the soda. Look at it this way, you are
taking a double dosage of sex drive killer. 1. It is bottled, thus the BPA and
2. It has that stuff, the PBDEs.
It seems men are not meant to have our regular Kenyan
breakfast , because if you are into the everyday ritual of white bread and tea
then it seems you are not only having an unfit lifestyle but killing your
testosterone levels in men, also in women because you
need it to have libido. White bread instead raises the estrogen levels due to
their quicker sugar release as compared to the wholegrain alternatives.
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