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Veganism can be described as a way of life in which it’s followers practice the exclusion of animals and their by-products, be it for food, clothing, entertainment or for any other purpose. The concept of veganism has spread widely throughout the population due to various reasons, mainly for health benefits, environmental or ethical factors.
I don’t personally proclaim veganism, so please be aware that some of my recipes may contain bee products which aren’t considered vegan by most, but is considered vegetarian. In my humble opinion, many people have taken up a vegan diet without consideration or awareness of ethical veganism. Therefore, a person who only follows a vegan diet, and not veganism, so they may still buy and wear silk, woolen or leather clothes or use articles made out of animal skin. This is one of the reasons I do not personally attach labels to myself.
A well designed “vegan” diet has many health benefits and decreases the risk of chronic heart diseases and is regarded as an apt diet for all phases of one’s life.
Protein is a macronutrient and a very important constituent of a balanced diet. Consuming high-protein foods has many benefits, including: Speedy revitalization after workouts, Reducing muscle loss, Building muscle mass, Helping you maintain a healthy weight, and reducing appetite.
Vegan diets are mostly based on vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains and other seeds, legumes (particularly beans), and a few other sources.
Eating vegan food does not mean you can freely eat all the processed foods you want; it’s important to make and effort to include healthy foods and whole foods. It is important to consume a varied diet so that the food is not only appealing, but also to prevent any nutritional deficiencies.
No matter what diet regimen you’ve adopted for your lifestyle, chances are you need protein. Beyond breakfast shakes, protein bars are one of the next best options for a quick and easy snack or breakfast option. Commercial protein bars may taste and look great, but for those of you who can’t afford a budget of at least 56 bars a month, or care about the additives and how they were processed and packaged, perhaps making your own bars is an option.
Here I will give you a fine idea of how to make a LIBIDO BOOSTING no bake protein bar. There will be no exact recipes or measurements given, but feel free to be creative.
Demonstrated here, I have made three slightly different variations of my DIY Libido Boosting Vegan Protein Bars.
No bake recipes are the absolute best! They can usually be whipped up in a jiffy and may or may not require deep refrigeration to hold together. If you are a fan of peanut protein, these bars are sure to knock your socks off!
As you can see here, there are three slight variations to these bars. One is topped with homemade peanut butter, one is topped with coconut flakes and the other is packed with extra seeds. Variety is the spice of life.
The base of these bars are all generally the same. They contain:
- chia seeds
- flax seeds
- hemp seeds
- black seeds
- cocoa nibs
- cocoa powder
- hemp protein powder
- black strap molasses
- royal jelly
- bee pollen
- coconut flakes
- cinnamon powder
- cucumber powder
- sesame seeds
- pumpkin seeds
- ground sage
- goji berries
I am sure you are wondering why I would call this a libido enhancing bar. Well anytime you eat a well balanced diet with powerful super foods, it will surely enhance your performance.
Not to mention that we have specifically added Shatavari, Goji Berries, and Tribulus.
Let me provide a little information on these three.
Studies show the following fertility benefits:
- Increase in sex hormone production in both men and women.
- Increase in serum follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and estradiol in women.
- Increase in luteinizing hormone (LH) and testosterone in men.
- Improvement in sexual desire in both men and women.
- Overall fertility tonic for the male and female reproductive systems.
- May help to normalize ovulation in women with anovulatory infertility when used prior to ovulation.
- Increase in sperm count, motility, and health.
- Decrease in the effects of antisperm antibodies.
- May aid the male body in producing DHEA to treat erectile dysfunction.
- Protective to liver health; raises glutathione (strong antioxidant) levels which are important to cellular health and immunity.
Shatavari has many loose translations, each indirectly expressing its ability to rejuvenate reproductive organs, support sexual arousal and ability, increase fertility, and promote overall female vitality:
- “curer of a hundred diseases”
- “100 spouses”
- “who possesses a hundred husbands”
- “Queen of herbs”
In men, mucous membranes in the seminal vesicles make nearly 60% of the semen ejaculated during intercourse. Shatavari may be one useful tool for men with low seminal volume while improving semen quality. Healthier semen indicates higher levels of nutrients in the semen. Two such nutrients are:
- fructose which gives sperm energy to move outside the male body
- prostaglandins which are believed to aid fertilization by causing the mucous lining of the cervix to be more receptive to sperm as well as by aiding the movement of the sperm toward the ovum with peristaltic contractions of the uterus and fallopian tubes.
Studies have shown that the fruit of Goji (Lycium barbarum, L. chinensis) may help male infertility by increasing sperm count and motility.
Goji contains antioxidants, which helped to reverse the effects of free-radical damage to the sperm.
Goji enhances sexual desire, improves sexual performance, is nutritive to the kidneys, liver and blood.
It also has been used as an infertility herb and documented instances of conception with Goji as part of the diet for women with premature ovarian failure.
Research shows that Goji offers another option for treating female infertility in patients with Premature Ovarian Failure (POF).
Royal Jelly may also be a super food unfamiliar to most so allow me to give you a little information about it.
- Royal Jelly is a nutritional powerhouse.
- Royal Jelly is an anti-aging superfood.
- Royal Jelly revitalizes the adrenal glands.
- Royal Jelly contains phytoestrogens for fertility -Phytoestrogens in Royal Jelly give the body a gentle boost without the risks caused by hormone replacement drugs. Phytoestrogens interact with the body in a healthy way, giving the body a mild boost if needed or helping to clear excess estrogen by competing for hormone receptor sites. Research shows Royal Jelly can block the activity of harmful xenoestrogens like BPA (bisphenol A) in plastics. BPA is not only linked to hormone-driven breast cancer, it’s also linked to poor egg quality.
- Royal Jelly improves male fertility-We tend to think of Royal Jelly as a fertility superfood for women, but it can also help men. An animal study reported in the Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine finds Royal Jelly enhances male fertility. Improvements were seen in sperm count, motility, viability, maturity and DNA integrity with Royal Jelly treatments.
Important: Bee products like Royal Jelly should be avoided if you have an allergy to bees.
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