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Trying to boost intimacy with your partner? Study says eating 5 servings of fruits, vegetables daily can help – News9 LIVE

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For this, researchers tracked 10,671 Finnish adults to ascertain the importance of a healthy diet which includes up to five servings of fruits and vegetables in the daily diet. For this, drinking, workout, and smoking habits were also anaylsed.

A plant-based diet such as a vegetarian or vegan diet are associated strongly with a healthier heart, better weight management and even diabetes management.

New Delhi: According to researchers, eating five servings of fruits and vegetables can be key to a better sex life. As per experts, couples who follow a diet regime rich in vegetables and fruits are likely to have a better sex life and this is because general health is associated with eating well and that eventually is likely to cut the risk of erection-related problems in men that usually occur with age. in women, the same is associated with better blood flow and mood which is a must for a better sex life.

How does diet improve sex life?

For this, researchers tracked 10,671 Finnish adults to ascertain the importance of a healthy diet which includes up to five servings of fruits and vegetables in the daily diet. For this, drinking, workout, and smoking habits were also anaylsed. Nine years later, participants were asked to confirm how happy they were with their sex life on a scale of one to seven and the group of healthy eaters scored best. According to an expert from the University of Turku, a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is linked to sustained and improved sex life over time. This is said to motivate people to follow healthy behaviour too.

What are the benefits of a plant-based diet?

A plant-based diet such as a vegetarian or vegan diet is associated strongly with a healthier heart, better weight management, and even diabetes management. This routine, which is largely followed in India, involves eating only plant foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, beans, and whole grains. It helps keep the intake of saturated fats low thereby reducing heart disease risk in the long run. Several studies have associated eating five servings of fruits and vegetables with the following health benefits:

  1. Low risk of cancer
  2. Better blood pressure
  3. Better blood sugar levels
  4. Healthier weight
  5. Strong bones
  6. Low risk of asthma
  7. Healthier brain
  8. Low risk of cognitive decline

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