Thursday May 31, 2018
The short answer is: It seems like it can!
A research study done at Harvard University, interviewed 501 couples who were trying to conceive, and asked them to track their seafood consumption, dietary habits, and sexual activity. They followed the couples for a year, or until they got pregnant.
They found that the couples that consumed fish two times a week (or more often) had 22% more sex than those who ate fish less frequently.
It also turned out that those who ate more fish, had a greater likelihood of getting pregnant.
Fish contains large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, healthy fats (some fish), protein, vitamins, and many minerals. It is believed that a high consumption of fish increases overall health, which again leads to well-being and an increase in sex drive.
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