Eat Fit For Your Partner

Eat Fit For Your Partner


The word Eat Fit might be new to you and that is okay as the purpose of education is to gain knowledge.

What we eat and what the people we date eat, in many ways, determine the type of and quality of the relationships that we have. Think about it: you always have to stay in bed together at night even if there is no sex involved. Plus, it could end up being one of the things you do together on a daily basis more than even sex, and it can alter how you feel at the moment and long after about how your body looks and feels, as well as impact your mood and energy level.

To this end, you both need to eat fit for each other

The most obvious way food can be a game changer is this: if one person has any food-related intolerances such as gluten sensitivity or is diabetic, then that greatly alters what and where you can eat. But how pleasant would that be if you both had the same view about a certain food? This would help your finances. If one person out of the two are very focused on their health and eating well and the other person is not, it can put a strain on the relationship.

Eating Patterns: If one person likes to stuff themselves and then relax, but the other prefers having small, healthy meals several times a day and are full of energy while the other is lethargic, it’s obviously going to cause friction.

Another interesting thing is that what you eat drastically affects your mood, including sex hormone. For men, eating a diet with soybeans, oats, rye, or prunes, can lower testosterone. But try them with natural meats, yogurt, milk, beans, cheese, mackerel, salmon, olive oil, avocado, and raw pecans, and you will marvel at the wonders the testosterone will perform. Women should avoid foods that are dense in sugar including soda, cookies, cake, and triple carbs like pasta and fries, as well as foods high in fats all of which can have a negative impact on progesterone, which then leads to oestrogen dominance and possibly a lower sex drive. Female sex boosters included poultry, eggs, walnuts, sunflower seeds, spinach, bananas, tomatoes and avocados.


Here then is the final secret to  all healthy relationships: Compromise. Working around food issues with your partner and expanding each other’s horizons is the way to go. Don’t let it be a conflict — instead let it be something you can do together like other aspects of your relationship. Be cognizant of each other’s likes and dislikes.

In conclusion, when I say eat fit for your partner, I am not saying lose weight but I am say for the sake of your relationship, you need to pay close attention to what you eat as well as both of you eating for the sae of each other