Sex warning: Red Meat is a must in your Diet or it could cause a Bed room issue
Sex warning: Red Meat is a must in your Diet or it could cause a Bed room issue

Sex drive in men could  wave easily because of a lack of red meat in their diet. Unlike some other meats, it is rich in zinc- a nutrient known to maintain testosterone leaves and boost fertility.

Sex drive declines in some men could be due to a simple nutritional deficiency.

A lack of red meat in the diet may be the reason for the loss of libido, according to an expert, pork, beef and lamb are Rich in zinc- which is a key mineral for maintaining testosterone levels in the blood. 

However, many men are missing out by switching red meat for what they perceive to be healthier alternatives.

Zinc is essential for testosterone, a hormone vital for the development of male sexual characteristics and consequently sex drive.

It is also one of the most important fertility nutrients in men, as it helps to form key parts of the sperm. Without zinc, sperm will lack the mobility and strength for conception if you are trying for a baby. Many men often fail to reach the required zinc intake of 9.5 mg a day, and it is suggested that the popularity of lean white meats, like chicken, could be the reason. For males, zinc is a vital nutrient to help maintain normal levels of testosterone in the system. Without it both sex drive and fertility could be seriously impacted, with a host of other negative repercussions occurring as well.

Red meat such as pork and lamb are some of the best sources of zinc. And boosting your daily consumption of these meats will allow you to hit your recommended daily zinc intake.

Red meat has developed a bad name thanks to research suggesting that it is so high in saturated fat which could raise cholesterol and lead to heart disease.

Many argue this more relevant to processed red meats, such as Bacon and sausages.

They say that good quality red meat, such as glass fed or organic does have health benefits like foods which include a high range of nutrients like vitamins B3, B12, B6, iron and selenium in addition to zinc.

A 100 g piece of raw ground Beef provides 32 percent of a persons recommended zinc intake.

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