Vagina Happy Foods That Will Keep You Feeling Healthy Down South
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Vagina Happy Foods That Will Keep You Feeling Healthy Down South

13 foods guaranteed to keep your lady V happy and healthy down there! Cheers!

If you want to keep your vagina clean, don’t go douching. See our previous article on what douching is and why it is absolutely not doctor recommended.

Douching sounds cool, yeah? But don’t do it. The female vagina is perfectly capable of cleaning itself.
There are foods you can take to regulate Vagina PH levels, get rid of bad odour, keep your vagina properly lubricated and infections free.
Trust me, they are affordable and available. For my sisters who have a sweet tooth fetish, y’all going to like this list.

Try fitting these 13 foods into your diet, and your vagina will surely thank you

Greek Yoghurt

The greek yoghurt is said to be an immune booster. It contains lactic acid, which helps prevent gastrointestinal diseases, asthma, peptic ulcer and stomach cancer.

Studies reveal that women who regularly consume yoghurt have a reduced risk of candida and vaginitis in the vagina.

Sweet Potatoes

They contain Beta carotene and Vitamin A, which is linked to fertility. Vitamin A contributes to making your uterine walls super strong.
Beta carotene and vitamin A have been studied to have direct effects on fertility and reproduction – as well as healthy fetal development.
The nutrients in sweet potatoes also help with the production of sex hormones.

Oily Fish

Vitamin D and omega fatty acids are nutrients that help boosts your sexual health. It helps with arousal and promotes the flow of blood to the area below the belt.

Greens

Dark leafy greens help prevent vaginal dryness and increase stimulation. These greens are also rich in vitamin E, magnesium, and calcium, all of which are beneficial to vaginal muscles.

Chocolate

Dark chocolate is high in magnesium, which helps relieve period cramps. It can also help your body produce more serotonin, the mood-boosting hormone, which alleviates mood swings and irritability.

Water

Drink lots of water is no joke. It helps get rid of bad odour caused by foods such as garlic and onions, and it keeps your vagina lubricated.

Red Wine

Do you know that there is a perfect wine pairing for every vaginal health issue? Well, babes according to Reductress, vagina wine pairing is a bomb combination.

Reductress says there’s a wine for:

If you have a yeast infection…

A a UTI…

You have your period…

Vaginal dryness due to menopause…

Vulvodynia…

Read the rest here.

Apples

A study in 2014 reveals that phytoestrogen phloridzin found in apples is thought to promote better sexual function, arousal, lubrication, and ability to orgasm.

Green Tea

For a case of genital warts, highly antioxidant compounds from green tea leaves called Sinecatechins can treat it.
Shape reports that products in green tea may help to kill E. coli bacteria that can cause UTIs. Also, caffeine can help to ease annoying PMS symptoms. Drink up, ladies.

Avocados

They are ample in healthy fats, vitamin B-6, and potassium — all of which have positive effects on your libido. Avocado can enhance lubrication and estrogen levels, strengthen vaginal walls, and is said to increase IVF successes.

Other foods you can take for your vaginal health includes:

Nuts

Black tea

Citrus fruits

Bell peppers

Bannanas

Try showing your vagina love by fitting these foods into your diet, and she will surely thank you.

More links from sites we love

The Perfect Wine Pairing For Every Vaginal Health Issue

Foods for a Healthy, Happy Vagina

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