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Health Tips 8 foods that will keep your vagina healthy and happy

A vagina is an essential part of any woman, so, find out what you should eat in order to keep that crucial part of your body/life happy.

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It is very to keep a woman's private part healthy as any infection, no matter how inconsequential it seems, could cause infertility and lead to other health complications like cervical cancer.

Ways in which the vagina is kept healthy and happy include cleaning with just water, and no douching involved.

Also, what we eat affects the PH balance down there, the following are some of the right foods you need for your lady parts.

  1. SWEET POTATOES- These contain vitamin A which keep your vaginal walls strong and healthy.

  2. ALMONDS- Not only do these contain protein and provide you with protein and energy for a great sex session, they also contain zinc, which can keep your period normal.

  3. GARLIC- These are great for your vagina because they have antibacterial properties and can fight yeast infections.

  4. AVOCADOS- In order to keep your vagina walls strong, nice and moist, eat avocados as they contain healthy fats and omegas.

  5. CITRUS AND TROPICAL FRUIT- These include oranges, guava, and papaya. All of the above have loads of Vitamin C, which is extremely good for your lady parts.

  6. GREEN BELL PEPPER- Surprisingly, these contain lots of Vitamin C, which we earlier mentioned is rally good for you.

  7. BANANAS- Not only do these serve as a mood enhancer, it is also full of magnesium, which experts say boosts your libido and releases happy chemicals.

  8. DARK CHOCOLATE- While this helps women with their sex drive, it also helps in preventing vaginal infections due to the antioxidants found in it.

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