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Low libido and low energy go hand in hand. Here’s how to improve your energy and your love life (at any age), with some simple changes in the food you eat!
A close, loving sexual relationship certainly helps keep the connection between a couple much stronger! So what do you do if you are experiencing low libido?
Well, first of all, you are not alone. An estimated 40 million Americans have what the experts call a sexless marriage (having sex less than 10 times a year).1
But did you know that the root cause of low libido is adrenal fatigue? Yes, as soon as your adrenals begin to weaken so do your sexual desires. In fact, sexual energy is simply the extra energy that is left over after your body uses the available energy for more vital functions like breathing, blood circulation, thinking, and immunity.
In today’s fast-paced world adrenal fatigue is caused mainly by stress and our poor diet. An imbalanced inner ecosystem plays a role in poor digestion as well so creating a hale and hardy inner ecosystem will help solve the problem of adrenal burn-out...as you can learn as you read further.
In today’s overly materialistic society, many of us are trapped in a pattern of doing more, faster, better. Do you often feel like you have no time to stop and take a breath? In many young families both parents are working full time and giving all their “nurturing energy” to their children. There is no time left to nurture themselves or their relationship.
If this sounds familiar, it’s no surprise that your libido is low. Sadly, when libido drops you can feel like you’ve lost your sexual attraction to your mate and the relationship no longer seems to have that magic it once had. But it’s not the other person, or your relationship...it’s you and your adrenal fatigue. Fix the adrenal problem and magically the sexual attraction reappears.
Most of us live an “adrenaline lifestyle,” which puts your body is in a chronic state of “fight or flight” (stress). The buildup of the two stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol eventually break down the health of your adrenals and your entire body...causing early aging, a big concern to today’s baby boomers.
So what’s a busy person to do to if they long for a fulfilling love life in these stressful times?
Here are 6 tips for increased libido, energy and health:
InnergyBiotic is an amazing probiotic liquid, bursting with beneficial microflora and B vitamins to help you overcome the demands of work, exercise or illness. It helps nourish your adrenals, boost energy and increase libido. Spice up your love life with InnergyBiotic today!!
Dark green leafy vegetables, like kale and spinach are good sources of magnesium because the center of the chlorophyll molecule (which gives green vegetables their color) contain magnesium. Halibut, the Body Ecology Grain-like seeds, nuts and seeds (pumpkin and squash especially) and some beans like black beans are very good sources of magnesium.
Body Ecology’s Vitality SuperGreen with its wonderful array of fermented greens (kale, parsley, spinach) its high chlorophyll content, and it’s amazing proprietary fermented algae blend is an excellent daily source of magnesium. We highly recommend a glass each morning.
So next time you feel you could use a little extra energy, consider spicing up your love life by crossing some of those “to do’s” off your list and spend your time, money and energy to nourish your adrenals instead. Your body AND your relationship will reap the rewards!
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