Problems like erectile dysfunction, fatigue, stress, boredom, depression, disconnection, or a partner’s low libido turn sex into an ordeal, not a pleasure.
As a result, these couples wind up frustrated and unfulfilled. Millions of them have sex only once or twice a month, while millions more don’t engage in sex at all.
In her new book, Clean Eating, Dirty Sex: Sensual Superfoods and Aphrodisiac Practices for Ultimate Sexual Health and Connection, host Lisa Davis -- with the help of dozens of the world’s biggest names in health and sexuality -- explains the art and science of why we’re the most sexually aware society in history, yet somehow the most sexually dissatisfied.
Lisa is joined by Erin MacDonald, RDN, to share information on foods to enhance sexual health for men and women, what key nutrients are important, and recipes that incorporate sex-enhancing foods along with preparation instructions to preserve key nutrients for sexual health.