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Forget oysters and powdered rhino horn; improving your sex life is a lot simpler than tracking down obscure (not to mention mostly unproved) aphrodisiacs. In fact, you’re probably already eating many of the vitamins and nutrients that support a robust sex life right—just not in sufficient quantities.
“One of the best things you can do to ensure a healthy sex life is eat a well-balanced diet,” says Beverly Whipple, co-author of The Orgasm Answer Guide ($33.95; Footprint Books).
These diet dos and don’ts will not only enhance your romantic life but also improve your overall health.
Sep 6, 2010