Eat This, Not That, For Better Sex

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Are your familiar with the “Eat This, Not That” website?

It’s perhaps best known for analyzing the nutritional value (or lack thereof) of the menu items at restaurant chains. For instance, thanks to them we know that the worst dish at Applebee’s is the New England Fish and Chips, with a whopping 1990 calories, 137 grams of fat, and 4540 mg of sodium. Instead, ET,NT recommends the Pepper Crusted Sirloin And Whole Grains, at just 380 calories, 13 grams of fat, and 1850 mg of sodium. Additionally, they provide dieting advice, recipes, workouts, and shopping tips; it’s a great site, packed with tons of valuable information.

And, they also offer several articles on the best, and worst, foods for your sex life.

Libido Over 50: It’s More About Mindset Than Hormones

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Dr Christiane Northrup, MD is a board certified OB/GYN and a past president of the American Holistic Medical Association. She’s also a New York Times bestselling author.

In an article for Vibrant Nation, she asserts that the reason women Over 50 experience a decreased libido is not because of menopause, but rather because they’re locked into an old way of thinking about, and having, sex.

Sex Educators Answer FAQ’s

Kate McCombs and Louise Bourchier are two sex educators who have combined forces to create a series of videos on their favorite topic, baseball. No, just kidding, their videos answer the ten most frequently asked questions they get while conducting their workshops on sex.

There’s really no direct connection to being Divorced or Over 50, but it’s clearly information everyone can use, especially those of us who are DO50. Because after all, who’s having more sex than us, right? Right..? Am I right..? Bueller..? Bueller..?

Anyway, the video below is representative of the “Team Sex-Ed” collection. The entire series is here. Enjoy… and learn something…

Sex Advice From AARP… Wait, What?

Most of us think of AARP as the organization that sells a Medicare supplement and offers a 15% discount at Outback Steak House.  Who knew they were also there to teach men how to help their female partners reach orgasm?

Yep, this article says that men don’t “give” women orgasms; instead, men can help create the right environment that allows the woman to have an orgasm.  And it offers six specific suggestions for doing just that.

Guys, you’ll find some good ideas to put into practice; and ladies, perhaps the article will help you identify what may be missing, and guide your partner toward meeting your needs.