The foods we eat have an impact on all the functions of our body. And this includes our sex life as well. If you are struggling to improve your sex life but don’t know what to do, altering your diet might do the trick for you.
According to a new study conducted by researchers at Harvard, couples that ate seafood two times a week had more sex compared to couples that didn’t.
The study also suggests that seafood intake has an impact on semen quality, ovulation and embryo quality.
“Our results stress the importance of not only female but also male diet on time to pregnancy and suggest that both partners should be incorporating more seafood into their diets for the maximum fertility benefit,” one of the researchers noted.