We are all feeling awfully lovey dovey around the kitchen this week since Meghan is set to be married tomorrow! Yipeeeeeeee! We kicked off things sharing the love for Zucchini chips, and ditching the judgemental attitude for loving compassion- and today we are getting frisky. We are promoters around here of loving yourself and today’s giveaway takes that idea quite literally. You see, orgasms are actually very good for you and, aside from being fun, have plenty of health benefits. Engaging in healthy, safe, happy sex can be one of the best things to do with that special someone or yourself (or both).
Written by Amy and Kim Sedgwick, two sweet, sweet members of Meghan Telpner’s Superhero Posse. They are our Superhero Eco Sexperts. Read their bios here. If you’ve ever speculated that there is a connection between your diet and libido, you’d be correct. Diet and lifestyle have all sorts of effects on our mood, our energy, how we feel about our bodies, the amount of sex hormones our bodies create, and yes, our libido. While whole books could be written on the topic (and have!), here are just a few points to get you started in thinking about what’s on your supper plate in a whole new way. As Marrena Lindberg points out in her book, The Orgasmic Diet, there are basically three main ingredients to libido. The first is feeling good – if you feel depressed or stressed, you’re not likely to want to engage in sexual activity.