Can You Change the Taste of Foods That Make You Taste Sweeter? Only for Ladies
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The Best Foods to Eat and Drink for Better-Tasting Bodily Fluids
It’s not a problem if your private parts don’t taste like chocolate cake or glazed doughnuts.
The natural scents and tastes of our bodies are a component of human sexuality, and as long as you’re healthy, there’s nothing wrong with how the universe produced you.
But are there foods and beverages that might help you smell and taste “better”?
Foods That make You Taste Sweeter
It is conditional.
When the vaginal pH is disrupted, an infection such as bacterial vaginosis (BV), trichomoniasis, or yeast infection may develop, making the taste of your vagina like it is diseased.
That example, it may have a rotting fish or spoilt meat flavour.
Treating and eradicating the sickness will eradicate any odd tastes, resulting in a major difference in the flavour of your pieces.
However, according to Michael Ingber, MD, a board-certified urologist and female pelvic medicine expert at The Center for Specialized Women’s Health in New Jersey, anything you do to make your vagina taste “better” will have a very minimal impact if you have a healthy vagina.
Foods That Make You Taste Sweeter
When you’re menstruating, the blood in your vagina gives it a metallic flavour.
Cervical mucus release during ovulation might result in a muskier taste.
Is there anything you could do to make the taste?
“What you eat and drink has an impact on what ends up in your mucosal secretions,” adds Ingber.
You may as well change up your vaginal odor and taste if you change up your cravings. But not by a long shot, he argues.
But, what exactly does it mean to “improve”? Is a question of personal preference.
There hasn’t been any study correlating different foods to different vaginal tastes. Anecdotal data shows, however, that spicy foods make you taste hotter, whilst asparagus and wheatgrass shots make you taste grassier.
Other foods that may have an impact on your taste include:
- Pineapples—don’t we all know what they say about pineapples?
- Yogurt is fermented yogurt with live and active bacteria cultures.
- Apples – the phytoestrogen phloridzin and antioxidants in apples boost vaginal blood flow, which promotes vaginal health while also increasing sensitivity and pleasure.
- Sugary foods and beverages
- Cranberries — are high in antioxidants and infection fighters, making them effective in avoiding UTIs.
- Onion with garlic
- Red meat
According to the Kinsey Institute, fruit (especially citrus, bananas, and papayas), spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, and peppermint, among others), parsley, wheatgrass, and celery increase the flavour of bodily fluids.
It tastes terrible with cigarettes, coffee, red meat, onions, and garlic.
For the females, our sister site Jezebel recommends pineapple, celery, yogurt, red grapes, cranberry juice, plenty of water, mint, watermelon, and strawberries.
What exactly should you avoid? Beer, coffee, alcoholic drinks, and so on
“Any meal that modifies the smell of your sweat or urine will also change the fluids from your uterus, which will impact the taste,” explains passion therapist Angela Watson (aka Doctor Climax).
What about douches, washes, and other “hygiene” items? Please Let Waka Pass!
One of the vagina’s (many) abilities is that it is a self-cleaning apparatus. And a really lovely one.
You do not need to scour or cleanse the inside of your vagina with washes, douches, or other hygiene products.
This may result in your pH being thrown off, resulting in infection.
Is there anything more you can help with?
Whatever is good for your health is typically good for your nether bits as well.
This includes the following:
- Drinking lots of water
- Consuming nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables
- Getting sufficient sleep
- Controlling your stress levels
- Regular physical activity