Best Food for Brain
Food for Winter Season
Research shows that pumpkin seeds are a great libido booster. Pumpkin seeds are one of nature's most perfect foods. They taste delicious, make great snacks, and add nutrient rich flavor and texture to salads and many other dishes. They contain many libido vitamins including the B vitamins, and vitamins E, C, D, and K. They also contain essential sex drive minerals like calcium, potassium, niacin, and phosphorous.
Most importantly, pumpkin seeds contain high loads of zinc, which is important for preventing testosterone deficiency in men.
Seeds are food for the brain – pumpkin seeds contain omega 3 and 6 – an excellent snack choice for kids. It contains a high amount of magnesium which has a calming effect on the brain. So if your little kids seem to sometimes be dancing on the ceiling and driving you around the bend don’t give them a chocolate as a bribe to behave, give them some pumpkin seeds – it will help to calm them down. Pumpkin seeds are known to have anti- depressant properties, so it is suggested eating them can elevate your mood. So it may be a healthy choice to reach for some pumpkin seeds before you go for anti-depressant medication. The natural choice is always the best. I say this tentatively because there are some people who have to for medical reasons be on anti-depressants but then there are those people who can choose the healthy alternative. The omega 3 fatty acids are known for their role in improving mental health, and aiding memory. Another excellent reason why it should be in every one’s diet – if you want brainy kids feed them pumpkin seeds. Also, ladies if you’re looking for a fat burner pumpkin seeds are excellent – that was my first attraction to it – anything to burn fat – has it ground and sprinkled over your cereal!
Zinc is one of the primary nutrients in sperm production, and increases sperm count and sperm motility. High zinc levels also reduce the risk of prostate disease. Adequate zinc also prevents the formation of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). When testosterone levels decline, the prostate gland converts the testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. DHT breaks down testosterone, causing a range of problems including prostate enlargement, balding in men, and potentially even prostate cancer. Pumpkin seeds can also help to sustain lubrication and boost female sex drive.
Pumpkin seeds contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are the precursors of prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are hormone-like substances that play a key role in sexual desire and sexual health. Essential fatty acids also natural antidepressants and help balance the mind, which is vital for an optimum sex life.
In Addition to higher sex drive, pumpkin seeds may also provide these benefits:
* Prevention of Heart Disease and Decreased Libido
* Improved Bladder Function
* Natural Anti-Inflammatory
* Prevention of Kidney Stones
* Prevention of Osteoporosis
* Lowered Cholesterol
* Cancer Prevention