30% increase in testosterone production by Pomegranates

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If you are afraid of losing your libido it is not necessary to start taking medication. It can be fixed with a diet rich in vegetables.

Asparagus, artichokes, carrots, leek and now also pomegranates. This range of fruits and vegetables can have the same effect as the little blue pill.

According to a scientific study conducted by Queen Margaret University, in Edinburgh, pomegranate consumption during a period of two weeks increases the levels of testosterone by up to 30%.

An indication of this is that men, after frequent pomegranate consumption, begin to have more facial hair, and their voices becomes deeper.

In the case of women, with frequent consumption of this delicious fruit they experience a considerable strengthening of bones and muscles.

In short, according to this publication, a diet rich in vegetables can improve the mood and reduce stress hormone issues, both key for a good sexual health.

Source: Quo.es.

Published on: 11/6/2012

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