Our senses--what we see, hear, feel, touch, smell and taste--have a strong effect on how we feel and what we want, so it makes sense that foods can influence sexual desire.While some foods heighten sex drive by lifting the mood, others actually affect the production of libido-boosting sex hormones like testosterone and progesterone.All of our screens have been specially designed and reviewed by a team of medical experts to match your needs, whatever your situation may be.To book your appointment, simply call our friendly Patient Services team who can answer your questions and will make all the arrangements for your appointment.You can then return your samples directly to our lab and receive your results online.We also sell other healthcare products, shipped straight to your front door.Norwich is served by our Everywhere services, where we Come2You.
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According to historical accounts, 18th-century lover Casanova used to eat 50 oysters every morning for breakfast.
Science suggests he had the right idea: a 2009 study published in the "Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences" reported that zinc, a major component of oysters, boosts sexual activity in male rats.
If you are not sure what tests are right for you, call our helpful and friendly Patient Services team and we will be able to help you decide what tests are right for you. This is a convenient service, and will save you time, as you will not have to go to a clinic.
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