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Gluten Free Oats: "Wild Oats (Avena Sativa): Generations of women stand by oats for its aphrodisiac and libido-stimulating qualities. Scientists believe it frees bound testosterone, providing the body with the hormones needed for sexual stimulation." Source : by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM

Extra Virgin Olive Oil: "Olive oil is essential in the Mediterranean diet. Olive oil has antioxidants, is a good source of vitamin E, carotenoids, polyphenolic compounds and oleic acid." by FitnessRxWomen

Raw Honey: "Rraw organic honey contains many B vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and various minerals in trace amounts. B vitamins are important for metabolism, energy production and healthy blood production. Amino acids are used by your body to build protein-based structures such as muscle tissue, skin and hair. Enzymes are helpful for food digestion." by Women.The




Maca: "Maca root is touted as a “super-food” due to its many reported benefits. It is most often used to promote sexual and reproductive health, but proponents also say it can increase endurance and energy levels, and can help to treat diseases ranging from depression to cancer." by

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Almonds: "Nutritionists are having a love affair with almonds. Next week at the American Society of Nutrition annual meeting, researchers are set to present six new studies on the health benefits of noshing on almonds." by Womens health 

Coconut: "Eating coconuts are excellent for one’s immunity. They are antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic, meaning they kill harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Because of that, if you consume coconut in any of its various forms" by Care2 green living

Sunflower Seeds: Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of vitamin E, the body's primary fat-soluble antioxidant. by WHFoods




Turmeric:"Estrogen is one of the female sex hormones that is essential for the menstrual cycle and fertility of females. Turmeric has proven estrogenic activity- it mimics the activity of the hormone. Curcumin acts as a weak phytoestrogen- estrogen obtained from a plant source. This could be suggestive of its therapeutic role in female reproductive disorders." by

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Cashews: "Cashew nuts or ‘kaju‘ (Hindi), ‘Jeedipappu’ (Telugu), ‘Munthiri Paruppu’ (Tamil), ‘Andiparippu’ (Malayalam), ‘Geru Beeja‘ (Kannada) and ‘Kaju‘ (Gujarati) are full of anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals which are required for the normal functioning of the body." by Stylecraze

Cranberry: "The fruit is a good source of vitamins C and K. Mineral content includes magnesium, phosphorous, potassium and calcium. The berries also contain dietary fiber and various phytonutrients." by Fitday 

Sunflower Seeds: "A single serving of sunflower seeds, which comes out to about one quarter cup, actually contains about 90 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin E. Additionally, that same serving also contains more than half of the recommended daily amount of vitamin B1. Other healthful nutrients found in sunflower seeds include vitamin B5, folate, manganese, magnesium, copper, tryptophan, selenium, phosphorus, lignans, arginine and phenolic acids." by





Matcha: "Matcha green tea contains antioxidants, similar to other types of green teas. states that the levels of antioxidants in matcha green tea are higher than that of spinach and blueberries. Antioxidants help protect cells against free radicals that can destroy cells and tissues and help strengthen the immune system" by 

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Walnuts: "They are a rich source of Omega 3 Fatty acids which makes them a good alternative for those who are vegetarian as they can’t consume fish which is another rich source of these fatty acids. Walnuts are also a great source of protein for vegetarians! Besides all the good things that we know about Protein.They have much more antioxidants than any other nut." by

Ginger: "Ginger is a root with many benefits, traditionally used by many cultures because of its curative properties. Many of them are essential for the well-being of women, like heating up cold feet, increasing libido during menopause, preventing nausea during pregnancy, or accelerating metabolism, for example." by

Pumpkin Seeds: "Pumpkin seeds and flaxseeds provide omega-3 fatty acids which promote healthy cell membranes, allowing hormones to reach their destinations. Pumpkin seeds which supports progesterone release and flaxseeds contain lignans" by

Ashwagandha: "Ashwagandha root is unique in it’s ability to both vitalize the nervous system while simultaneously soothing and calming the mind.  Relieves agitation and daily stress while rejuvenating the nerves and reproductive system.  Increases longevity and the vital force." by