Include several servings daily of antioxidant-rich foods, such as oranges for vitamin C, dark green leafy vegetables and apricots for beta carotene, and wheat germ for vitamin E. Include one linoleic acid-rich food in your daily diet, such as safflower oil, nuts, avocado, or seeds. Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily. Here’s Nourishing Your Skin From the Inside Out tips.
Healthy eating is important for everyone, but certain foods are especially good for issues that affect women — like brittle bones, pregnancy, and breast cancer, to name a few. These “superfoods” are rich with nutrients (often more than one!) that will help to protect your body and keep it working well, even as you age. More about ‘Superfoods Every Woman Needs to Eat’.
Painful sex after delivery affects many mothers. You deserve to have non-painful sex after the baby, especially when your body has gone through the rigour of childbirth and is in need of pleasure to drown everything else. There’s no right or wrong time to start having sex again after you have had a baby. More about Painful sex after birth.
This juicy fruit serves up plenty of an amino acid called citrulline. Your body turns it into arginine, another amino acid that helps relax your blood vessels. That can get the blood pumping in your sex organs in the same way Viagra works to treat erectile dysfunction. Here are the ‘Foods for Better Sex’.