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The Orgasmic Diet: Secrets of a Better Sex Life

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According to a study conducted by the American Medical Association, as many as 43 percent of all women suffer from some sort of sexual dysfunction, ranging from low sex drive to inability to orgasm. For women who have no clue as to the root of their performance problems, the reality of an unsatisfying sex life can be downright heart-wrenching. The good news is there's a hot new solution that's going to help put your sex life into overdrive, and it's called The Orgasmic Diet (May 2007, Crown Publishing)

Author Marrena Lindberg, an environmental researcher who holds a math degree from Brown University, stumbled upon the no-fuss secret to lifting libido and achieving orgasm while attempting to prepare her body for pregnancy. Searching for a way to get off antidepressants, she began studying the correlation between food and brain chemistry, and her findings were mind-boggling.

Four Factors for an Out-of-Body Experience
Women who've gone years without achieving the big O are inclined to believe that it's going to take work, and a lot of it, to reach that unattainable peak. But that's not the case with The Orgasmic Diet. The basic tenets of the program include...

  • Supplement! - Prepare to add high-quality fish oil, multivitamins, calcium, magnesium and zinc, along with iron and vitamin C.
    • The 40-30-30 Diet! - Consume foods that increase dopamine and testosterone levels. A balance of 40 percent carbs, 30 percent protein and 30 percent fats should comprise your meals.
      • Abstinence! - Eliminate caffeine, smoking and other stimulants. Also avoid hormonal birth control, as well as excessive amounts of alcohol.
        • Flex "Those" Muscles! - Work out the PC, or pubococcygeus muscle, down below using the GyneFlex or vaginal cone weights to strengthen muscles.
 
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