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Let’s Talk about Sex!

Let’s Talk about Sex!

Sep 3rd 2013

"Sex is a part of nature. I go along with nature." - Marilyn Monroe

"No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens." - Abraham Lincoln

Let's talk about sex!Let’s Talk about SexHealth is not just about diet and exercise. Social connections, spiritual enrichment, and yes, having a healthy sex drive are all an integral part of being healthy. There’s a reason that Pfizer’s financial filings reported $2.05 billion in Viagra sales in 2012 alone. People want to have a healthy sex drive!


Top Natural Libido BoostersIf you’re reading this newsletter, chances are you’re interested in natural alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs when it comes to any health topic. Check out our top simple, natural solutions for boosting libido and enhancing sexual function...

Maca for Libido + A Sexy Recipe
Maca is a superstar root vegetable that has a solid reputation as a powerful enhancer to stamina, strength and libido. Like goji berries and ginseng, maca is an adaptogen, which means it helps the body “adapt” and regulate stressors in its environment. Everyone knows that stress can interfere with sex drive, and overall health for that matter—maca can help you deal with that stress, as well as boost your energy and libido.
Red Maca Testimonial
"Maca really charged my love life!" – Bo
Our raw, organic maca is grown high in the Peruvian Andes in areas untouched by pollution, then low-temperature processed to ensure maximum nutrient content to bring you the highest quality maca available.
Food and sex often go hand in hand…why not have fun with it and try this sexy Caramel Maca White Chocolates recipe? Make it with that special someone!

Caramel Maca White Chocolate Cookies


Address Potential Mineral Deficiencies

In a recent newsletter, we quoted Nobel Laureate Linus Paulings who said, “You can trace every sickness, every illness, and every condition to a mineral deficiency.” Low libido falls in this realm too; while it is not a sickness, it can be considered a “dis-ease” in the holistic sense. The right minerals can help you get that vitality back! Even ED (erectile dysfunction) is something that minerals can address.
Molybdenum – It has been said that a deficiency in this essential trace mineral can lead to male impotence.2 Molybdenum is categorized as a cofactor for four enzymes, meaning that they require molybdenum to function.3 One of these four enzymes is called xanthine oxidase, which assists in the plasma antioxidant capacity of the blood.3 Molybdenum’s strengthening of blood cells could explain its common use as an alternative to Viagra to help with ED.
Zinc – A deficiency in the essential element zinc has been linked to low libido, as well as impaired testosterone levels and impotency in men.1 One study found that men with kidney disease and zinc deficiency experienced “strikingly improved” sexual function, libido, and testosterone levels simply with the administration of zinc.4  The bottom line – make sure you’re getting your zinc for healthy sexual function!

Vitality and healthy sex drive are within your reach. It’s only natural! What are you waiting for?

Add Maca Powder, 1lb to Cart Add Maca Extreme, 8oz to Cart Add Red Maca Powder, 1lb to CartAdd Molybdenum, 2oz to CartAdd Molybdenum, 8oz to CartAdd Zinc, 2oz to CartAdd Zinc, 8oz to Cart

1 - “Fatigue, weakness, and sexual dysfunction after bariatic surgery - not an unusual case but an unusual cause.” Department of Internal Medicine, St. Claraspital, Switzerland, 2004.*
2 - Dunne, L.J. Nutrition Almanac, 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, 1990:81-82.
3 - Oregon State University, Linus Pauling Institute, Micronutrient Information Center.
4 - “Reversal of uraemic impotence by zinc.” The Lancet, Oct. 29, 1977.
*Sunfood does not condone testing on animals.

Sunfood's "Natural Solutions" does not promote or suggest natural cures, natural healing or natural remedies for any disease, disorder or ailment thereof. This information should be treated as educational material gathered and discovered from various studies, clinical trials and customer reviews. It is designed to encourage healthy lifestyles, and independent conclusions in regards to natural products and alternative health choices. This information has not been approved by the FDA and has not been verified by medical professionals. It is best to consult with your healthcare practitioner before attempting any form of natural cure, natural healing or natural remedy to any health issues.