Forget oysters and aphrodisiac foods, research has shown that if you really want a good sex life, you should switch to a Mediterranean diet.
Cutting out processed foods and red meat and switching to a diet of whole grains, fish, olive oil and fresh fruit and vegetables has been shown to increase blood flow to the genitals and improve sexual response.
Scientists have also found that often sexual dysfunction is linked to metabolic problems such as insulin resistance, central obesity (when people carry their weight around their tummy), high cholesterol and high blood pressure. All of which a healthy Mediterranean diet tackle.
Sardines and broccoli for dinner then chaps?
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