-Needed for healthy skin and proper circulation, which can actually help to enhance your skin’s tactile sensation, making each touch feel that much more exciting.
-It is also involved in the synthesis of sex hormones, affecting how your body uses those hormones and can help to lower bad cholesterol.
B3 Sexy Veggie Food Sources: brewer’s/nutritional yeast, carrots, broccoli, tomatoes, potatoes, wheat germ, whole wheat, dandelion greens, dates and peanuts
-Affects the production of the adrenal hormones and is said to help reduce stress which can really help put you in the right mood. If your adrenals are not working properly, your stamina may be lowered, your libido will be lower, you will feel more stressed and may even sweat more from very little physical activity, which isn’t really a turn on for most people.
B5 Sexy Veggie Food Sources: brewer’s/nutritional yeast, legumes, most raw vegetables, mushrooms, nuts, whole wheat and royal honey (if you are not a strict vegan)
-Helps to reduce symptoms of PMS and acts as a mild diuretic. No one wants to get their groove on when they are retaining water, feeling bloated and are moody to top it all off.
-Helps to protect the heart muscle from a chemical called homocystein, which allows cholesterol to deposit. When the heart is in tip top shape, the risk of erectile dysfunction lessons.
B6 Sexy Veggie Food Sources: brewer’s/nutritional yeast, spinach, sunflower seeds, carrots, peas, walnuts, avocado, bananas, beans, blackstrap molasses, tempeh, soybeans, dulse, broccoli and whole grains.
-Aids in fertility and can help to ward off impotence. Enough said.
-Required for proper digestion and absorption of food, which allows us to use our food as fuel and energy. More energy equals more sex.
B12 Sexy Veggie Foods: brewer’s/nutritional yeast and sea vegetables including dulse, kelp, kombu and nori.
So, have you had your Bs today?