“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ― Hippocrates

Everything you eat has a direct impact on your body, whether you like it or not. That’s why a healthy diet is becoming more and more important in today’s society.

For all the ladies out there, this article is for you. It might be taboo to talk about, but someone needs to discuss it!

Here we have compiled a list of foods you should be eating on a regular basis to maintain healthy lady parts!

If there are any foods you think should be added to the list, let us know in the comments below!

1. Natural Yogurt

Yogurt contains natural probiotics rich in bacteria cultures that promote overall health.

Yogurt is known to ward off yeast infections, balance the body’s pH levels, and kill disease and infection-causing organisms.

Other fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and miso, have the same effect.  Remember to only buy yogurt that says “live and active cultures” on the label.

2. Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc and vitamin E, which help maintain regular periods, and fight off irritation and discomfort.

Like avocados, nuts and seeds help keep you lubricated to prevent dryness, and also relieve menstrual cramps.

Pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses wrapped up in a very small package.

They also contain plant compounds known as phytosterols and antioxidants, which can give your health an added boost.

3. Garlic

Garlic is a superfoods that can help prevent all sorts of diseases.

It has strong antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties, which means it can help prevent itching, discharges, UTIs, and odor downstairs.

Garlic is known to fight off yeast infections and to boost the overall immune system.

Garlic contains a compound call Allicin which has medicinal properties.  Throughout ancient history, the main use of garlic was for health and medicine.

4. Dark, Leafy Greens

Dark, leafy greens such as spinach, kale, swiss chard and collards are very rich in vitamins A and C.  They are also great for promoting blood circulation and preventing infections.

Greens can also prevent dryness and reduce itching and burning sensations. Greens are also useful in preventing cancer, are high in fiber and contain beta-carotene.

5. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes aren’t just for Thanksgiving anymore!  They are loaded with nutrients and vitamins, such as potassium, iron, manganese, dietary fiber, niacin, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and phosphorus.

They help keep the uterine walls strong and healthy, provide us with antioxidants, and help our bodies produce energy-boosting hormones.

6. Avocados

With nearly 22 grams of fat in one cup of avocado, you might want to leave it off of your diet.

Don’t! The fat in avocados is the monounsaturated variety, packed with potential benefits. Unlike other kinds of fat, monounsaturated fats are able to raise HDL, or “good,” cholesterol, while lowering LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol levels.

A recent analysis of 8 different studies found that Hass avocados (the most common kind in the world) could aid in weight management and healthy aging, as well as providing cardiovascular benefits.

Research from The Ohio State University also found that adding avocado or avocado oil to a salad can actually increase the absorption of carotenoids in the other vegetables by up to 400%.

Avocados are rich in potassium and vitamin B6, and help produce a natural lubricant for your lady parts, helping prevent them from becoming dry.

The healthy fats in avocados also help strengthen the interior walls.  They are also said to give the libido a boost!

7. Dark Chocolate

Rejoice you chocolate lovers!  Contrary to what some may believe, chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, is great for the immune system.

Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants, healthy minerals, magnesium, and natural stimulants.

It is also believed to be an aphrodisiac, and is rich in phenylalanine, an amino acid that produces dopamine, the “feel-good chemical.”

Dark chocolate may improve blood flow and lower blood pressure.  It can raise good HDL cholesterol and help keep LDL cholesterol from oxidizing.

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