Load up on Fruits and Veggies: Try to include 5-10 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables in your daily diet. Remember these are antioxidant rich and will make a noticeable difference in your sexual health. 

Count your proteins: As Indian's our diets traditionally are focused on carbs. While non-veg sources are an easy way to fulfil the body protein needs; Nuts, tofu, dairy products, and quinoa do the trick just as well.

Multiple Small Meals: Small nibbles throughout the day instead of loading up during lunch and dinner keep your metabolism running and weight steady. Also, you won't feel too drowsy or too full for a little late-night (early-morning, or mid-afternoon) session in bed.

Low Calorie/Sugar-Free/Diet Friendly…..Healthy? Don’t we just love that label on our colas, munchies and mithai? Low quality foods are marketed with these labels for a reason. Cut back on that weakness instead of justifying the healthier option and feeling guilty about the excess. Once you feel better about what you put into your body, you’ll feel better sexually also.

Get Pumping: A healthy heart is the key to a good sexual life. Make the effort to include omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon,tuna, walnuts, flaxseed. Avoid trans fats used widely in processed food and limit saturated fats in the form of whole-fat dairy, instead opt for heart-healthy replacements such as avocados, olive oil, nuts and skimmed diary. Daily exercise also goes a long way in ensuring your heart and blood vessels remain healthy and clot free.