Great Food, Great Sex by Robert Fried
The Three Food Factors for Sexual Fitness

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EAT YOUR WAY TO BETTER SEX AND BETTER HEALTH!

It’s not all in your head, it’s not a sign of age, nor is it even a lack of interest: About seventy million American men and women have problems in the bedroom. It’s no wonder designer drugs like Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are in such high demand. But research shows that for many of us, the problem that ends in the bedroom starts in the kitchen, and that great nutrition is the real secret to great sex.

Written by two health psychologists with both clinical and academic experience in nutrition and sexual function, and backed by the latest nutritional and medical research, Great Food, Great Sex is the first food book designed to fire up sexual vitality in both men and women. The simple-to-implement program–including recipes from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health–serves up a dazzling array of sumptuous foods packed with the key nutrients that provide an ample supply of nitric oxide (NO), the proven “miracle molecule” for optimal sexual function.

Robert Fried and Lynn Edlen-Nezin’s plan focuses on the three food factors for sexual vitality: nitrogen-rich vegetables and legumes that deliver NO, proteins high in the amino acid L-arginine (another source of NO), and brightly colored super-antioxidants that combat the destructive effects of free radicals. In Great Food, Great Sex you will find straightforward nutritional information that will help you make smart food choices, along with creative ideas for menus and simple recipes for fantastic dishes that really deliver, like

• Broccoli Beef Ginger
• Finger-Licking Curried Chicken
• Spinach Stuffed Sole
• 1-2-3 Peach Cobbler
• Poached Pears with Raspberries
• Luscious Chocolate Strawberries

The only “side effects” you’ll experience are a higher energy level, weight loss, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure.

So put the spark back into your sex life, without supplements or dull menus. All you need is an appetite–for great food and great sex. Who knew that getting healthy could be so much fun!
 

About Robert Fried

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Robert Fried, Ph.D., is senior professor of biopsychology at Hunter College, City University of New York. He is a member of the American Physiology Society (APS) (cardiovascular and respiration division) and the American Psychological Association (APA). A fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences, Dr. Fried lectures in the U.S. and abroad on cardiovascular function. He has appeared on national and international TV, including CNN and Fox News. He is also the author of The Arginine Solution: The First Guide to America’s New Cardio-Enhancing Supplement and Breathe Well, Be Well: A Program to Relieve Stress, Anxiety, Asthma, Hypertension, Migraine, and Other Disorders for Better Health. Dr. Fried lives in New York City.Lynn Edlen-Nezin, Ph.D., is director of behavioral science and vice president of strategic planning and research for Grey Healthcare Group. She is a graduate of the doctoral program in clinical health psychology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and completed her internship at the Obesity Research Center at St. Luke’s—Roosevelt Hospital Center. She is an American College of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer. Dr. Edlen-Nezin has contributed to several books, and her articles have appeared in magazines including Self and Seventeen, as well as in the New York Daily News. She lives in Jackson Heights, Queens.
 
Published May 30, 2006 by Ballantine Books. 304 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Fried and Edlen-Nezin's volume adds ""great sex"" to the list of enticements for the food-fad conscious, but readers looking for a hot and juicy read will be disappointed-after a section on sexual dysfunction, sex seems to be little more than an afterthought to discussions of the benefits of eati...

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