Best Vitamins

Can vitamins really help raise a women’s sex drive?

It may be surprising to you that something as simple as vitamins and natural things like protein can make quite a difference in how a women feels and responds to there partner. It’s funny how something as subtle as a shift in your diet can mean large consequences in your you look and feel, sometimes in a short amount of time. Vitamins and what you choose to put into your diet can make a huge difference in how you feel in your own skin. I will reveal the types of natural substances that you can emphasize in your body that will help you sexually respond in the healthiest way.

We will be telling you what the best of the best can do for you, what it’s been proven to do for both good sex and a good body. We will also tell you the natural foods where these vitamins can be found. (natural is best after all) These tips should help you along on your journey to feeling like a better woman.

Also, I will tell you what types of foods lower a woman’s sex drive. So let’ go!

Vitamin C

That natural thing in Orange Juice and always boasted about in drinks like ‘Hi-C’ Can something so simple really make a difference? It may surprise you to learn that

Vitamins help women libido

Vitamin C is great and easy to find!

Vitamin C has been shown to actually increase the blood flow to the genitals. Sure it does other good for you things like helps remove toxins, boost the immune system and is a natural antihistamine for you allergy suffers. Feeling good in general is a good thing for your body in all areas in life. And vitamin C helps you do it. Vitamin C is water soluble. This means it can easily pass through your body. So it’s best to have a steady does of Vitamin C throughout the day so your body can continuously receive the benefit from it. Taking more then 2000 mg daily may cause diarrhea however so please don’t over do it.

Natural sources of vitamin C include…

green and red chiles (viva Mexican!), guava,parsley, kiwi, broccoli, brussel sprouts, papaya, strawberry, citrus fruits (like Oranges or course, but also grapefruit, limes, etc.) It’s also high in cantaloupe, garlic, raspberry, passion fruit and spinach.

Vitamin E

The nut, cereal, and oil vitamin. The good things Vitamin E will do will likely surprise you. Vitamin E has been shown to play a valuable in contributing to the sex empowering hormones you will need to have a healthy desire. It has been proven to increase mood and desire. The RDA recommends 15 mg per day. Since Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, it will stick with your body better then Vitamin C but you should not take too much of it. Just taking it from most food sources has not been showen to cause an issue though.

Natural sources of vitamin E include…

Avocados (which I love!) also nuts and seed, the green leafy vegetables and fortified cereals, and vegetable, canola and corn oils.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A helps maintain healthy skin, teeth, bones and vision along with just a heathy surface lining of the urinary and vaginal area. I also helps regulate the immune system to keep you healthy. So the thing with Vitamin A is it won’t make crazy with desire or anything like that, but it does help keep your body healthy which is so important. When’s the last time you’ve wanted to get physical when you just didn’t feed good? Vitamin A will help take care of that which is why it’s also important to take it. Not more then 7500 mcg is recommended every day.

Natural sources of vitamin A include…

bright yellow and orange fruits like cantaloupe, pink grapefruit and apricots. Veggies include carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, squash, broccoli, spinach and most dark leafy greens.


Meats in general contain amino acids, zinc, and iron that are essential for sexual performance.  Also it helps boost the chemicals in the brain that increase the sensitivity during sex.

Omega 3/Fish Oil

This increases dopmine and seratonini in the brain. This by itself triggers more testosterone to be produced in your system with will increase lust. These chemicals also help you reduce anxiety and stress, which are 2 major causes of lowered libido. It’s not good to take too much of this though. But some in your body everyday is a good thing.

Natural sources of Omega 3 include…

Fish like salmon, herring, mackerel, tuna and halibut.

So what lowers sex drive?

Foods and substances to avoid to maintain a woman’s sex drive include…

Caffeine lowers libido.

Sorry coffee lovers, but it does. So do energy drinks and sodas high in sugar.

Carbohydrates, fats, and fried foods

Over time, these substances can raise your blood pressure which would lower healthy circulation to the genitals and also lower a women’s libido.

We recommend the vitamins, lifestyle changes and great supplements.

Whew! That was a lot! So what you you think of all of these? Are they helping you? Or worst of all, did I miss any? Please contact me or leave a comment below so I can find out what is working best for you and will respond accordingly.

Thanks for reading. I hope you found it helpful.