The foods to cure premature ejaculation seem to be those that are high in certain vitamins and minerals. The key is to focus on foods with nutrients that help increase blood flow throughout the body and in particular to the genital area. The common aphrodisiacs, such as oysters and chocolate, may immediately come to mind. While these foods may contain some useful nutrients and perhaps enhance sexual arousal, they aren’t at the top of the list for helping to prevent premature ejaculation. Some foods that are high in vitamins and minerals include eggs, cereal and blueberries. Eggs contain most of the recognized vitamins to include A, B, D and E as well as minerals such as iron, calcium, selenium and zinc to name a few. The cholesterol in eggs is also essential for the production of sex hormones. The most important nutrient found in cereal is folic acid and this helps to keep arteries clear and blood flowing to all the right places which in turn helps to maintain an erection. Blueberries have also been shown to increase blood flow and in particular blood flow to the genital area, if eaten in reasonable quantities. However, consuming too many blueberries can have the opposite effect, causing diarrhea and lose of nutrients that are essential to good blood flow.
One six-week diet that was touted to enhance sexual performance included some meat, lots of fruits and vegetables and some grains and legumes. The American Dietetic Association believes that a diet that promotes your health will result in better sexual performance and this includes the prevention of premature ejaculation.
While it seems that there aren’t any particular foods to cure premature ejaculation, there are some that contain certain vitamins and minerals that can help promote blood flow, especially to the genital area. And eating a diet that is healthy for your heart seems to promote a healthy sex life.