In fairness, when you think about libido and sexual performance, you probably don’t think about the harmful effects of sugar.
If your sex life is going strong, you’re just hoping it stays that way.
And if your sex life isn’t what you’d like it to be, well, everybody slows down as they get older, right?
Wrong! If your sex life isn’t up to snuff, maybe it’s time – even past time – that you started thinking about the harmful effects sugar could be having on your sex life.
Because you don’t have to be resigned to a lackluster experience in the bedroom.
And for all the ways you’re trying to boost your libido, if you’re still eating too much sugar, you’re not going to get the results you’re looking for!
The thing to remember is that sugar, insulin, and sex drive are all connected, both directly and indirectly.
And sugar doesn’t just mean white table sugar you may put in your coffee.
The sugar that can have harmful effects on your sex life means all sugar – honey, “raw” sugar, carbohydrates, and yes, plain old white sugar.
It’s about how your body processes the sugar, not about the form it’s in when you eat it.
Now that we’ve cleared up what we mean by sugar, let’s take a closer look at its harmful effects… Continue reading…