The Healthy, Happy Husband Diet

 The Healthy, Happy Husband Diet

Encourage your man to eat these foods fit for a king, and he’ll become even more of a prince. Men may need to watch their diet after getting married. What you eat should be able to promote testosterone levels, fertility, good moods and also overall health.

Even if you feel romantic, your body needs strength and vigour to implement those romantic plans. And you get all your energy from the food you eat. Good blood circulation and endurance are other factors that become very important in the life of a married man. Is your daily life giving you everything? Or else, include these foods.


It’s no secret that oily coldwater fish like wild salmon, sardines, and tuna are overflowing with omega-3 fatty acids, but here’s something you may not know: The nutrient not only benefits your heart but also raises dopamine levels in the brain. “Dopamine will make you feel more relaxed and connected to your partner, which makes sex more fun,” says psychotherapist and sex expert Tammy Nelson.


Chocolate contains phenylethylamine. It is a compound that helps your body release dopamine. That is how chocolate boots mood. And dopamine boosts arousal and also makes you feel good.


Married men should also eat bananas. They provide vitamin B6, potassium, calcium and also keep you agile and strong. And yes, the nutrients in it can help your body produce love-hormones which can keep your libido in a good state.


Spinach is rich in magnesium, a mineral that decreases inflammation in blood vessels, increasing blood flow,” explains Cassie Bjork, RD, LD of Healthy Simple Life. And when it comes to a man, blood flow is everything. “Increased blood flow drives blood to the extremities, which, like Viagra, can increase arousal and make sex more pleasurable,” says psychotherapist and sex expert Tammy Nelson Ph.D. Spinach is also rich in folate, which increases blood flow to the nether regions, helping to protect your guy against age-related sexual issues.


Honey, unlike table sugar, is packed with beneficial compounds like quercetin, which has been shown to aid athletic endurance and ward off depression—so Sam will be more sporty and less sad. Honey also has a less dramatic impact on one’s blood-sugar levels than regular sugar, so it won’t send his body into fat-storage mode the way the white stuff can. Discover 30 Easy Ways to Stop Eating So Much Sugar to cut out the sweet stuff whenever possible.

Red Meat

If you are a vegetarian, skip this food. But otherwise, red meat contains L-Carnitine which is said to boost testosterone levels.


The allicin present in garlic is the best fried of married men. This compound boosts blood flow to the privates and helps you perform well.

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