Foods That Make You Taste Sweeter – Can You Change the Taste? For Ladies Only
- The Best Foods to Eat and Drink for Better Tasting Bodily Fluids
It’s fine if your private bits don’t taste like chocolate cake or glazed donuts.
The natural odors and tastes of our bodies are a component of human sexuality, and there’s nothing wrong with how the universe formed you as long as you’re healthy.
But are there foods you can eat and drink to smell and taste “better.”?
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Foods That Make You Taste Sweeter
When the vaginal pH is disturbed, an infection such as bacterial vaginosis (BV), trichomoniasis, or yeast infection can develop, making your vagina taste like an infected one.
That is to say, it could have a rotten fish or spoiled meat flavor.
Treating and eliminating the illness will eliminate any strange flavors, resulting in a significant shift in the flavor of your bits.
But, according to Michael Ingber, MD, a board-certified urologist and female pelvic medicine specialist at The Center for Specialized Women’s Health in New Jersey, everything you do to make your vagina taste “better” would have a very minor effect if you have a healthy vagina.
Foods That Make You Taste Sweeter
The blood in your vagina gives it a metallic flavor when you’re menstrual.
The discharge of cervical mucus during ovulation can result in a somewhat muskier taste.
Is there anything you could do to make them taste better?
“What you eat and drink has an impact on what ends up in your mucosal secretions,” explains Ingber.
If you change up your munchies, you might as well change up your vaginal odor and taste. But not by a large margin, he claims.
But what does it mean to “improve”? Is a matter of opinion.
There hasn’t been any research linking various foods to various vaginal tastes. However, anecdotal evidence suggests that spicy foods make you taste spicier, while asparagus and wheatgrass shots make you taste grassier.
Other foods that may have an impact on your taste are:
- Yogurt – fermented yogurt that contains live and active bacteria cultures
- Pineapples – we all know what they say about pineapples, right?
- Cranberries – are packed with antioxidants and powerful infection fighters making them powerful in preventing UTIs.
- Apples – the phytoestrogen phloridzin and antioxidants in apples stimulate the blood flow in your vagina that maintains good health AND increases sensitivity and arousal.
- Garlic and onion
- Sugary foods and drinks
- Red meat
Fruit (particularly citrus, bananas, and papayas), spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, and peppermint, among others), parsley, wheatgrass, and celery, According to the Kinsey Institute enhance the flavor of body fluids.
While, it tastes awful for cigarettes, coffee, red meat, onions, and garlic.
our sister site Jezebel suggests pineapple, celery, yogurt, red grapes, cranberry juice, lots of water, mint, watermelon, and strawberries for the ladies.
And what should you stay away from? Beer, coffee, alcoholic beverages, etc
“A good rule of thumb is that any food that changes the smell of your perspiration or pee will also change the fluids from your uterus, which will affect the taste,” says passion therapist Angela Watson (aka Doctor Climax).
What about douches, washes, and other ‘hygiene’ products? Please Waka Pass!
One of the (many) superpowers of the vagina is that it is a self-cleaning device. And a nice one at that.
You don’t need to use washes, douches, or other hygiene items to scrub or wash the interior of your vagina.
Doing so may result in your pH being thrown off, resulting in infection.
Is there anything else you can do?
Whatever is beneficial for your health is often excellent for your netherbits as well.
- Eating nutrient-dense fruits and veggies
- Drinking plenty of H20
- Getting regular exercise
- Getting enough sleep
- Managing your stress levels