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Sex Boosters: Clean Eating and Fitness

From the Show: HER
Summary: Improve your sex life with nutritious foods and fitness.
Air Date: 3/7/19
Duration: 29:56
Host: Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Lisa Davis, MPH
Lisa Davis MPH Lisa Davis has two decades of experience as a health educator and a broadcaster. She has worked as a Sex Educator, as well as an HIV, and Hepatitis C Educator.  She was also a personal trainer and health coach. 

With a Master's Degree in Public Health, she is creator, host, and producer of the syndicated It's Your Health radio heard on regional NPR as well as host/producer of Talk Healthy Today and Talk Fitness Today by AIM Media (of Clean EatingVegetarian TimesBetter Nutrition. Muscle & Performance, Yoga Journal magazines).

She is host/producer of Naturally Savvy Radio heard online on RadioMD, iHeart Radio Talk, TuneIn, Stitcher, iTunes, UberRadio, and TalkStreamLive.  In addition to developing radio shows, Lisa has created, produced, and hosted health television shows.  Her first show, Health Power was seen on KRUZ-TV in California.  She was also a regular contributor to Carol Alt’s national health TV show on FOX News Channel A Healthy You.Her book, Clean Eating, Dirty Sex: Sensual Superfoods and Aphrodisiac Practices for Ultimate Sexual Healthcomes out on 2/5/19 with Skyhorse Pubishing. 

Her passion is helping people find their why to enable them to live their healthiest life.
Sex Boosters: Clean Eating and Fitness
What you eat can enhance your sexual health. Antioxidants, flavonoids and nitric oxide can boost the physiological aspects of your sex life.

The standard American diet is filled with processed, packaged foods that are full of preservatives, excess sugars and added fats. These foods are pro-inflammatory and don’t promote the body function necessary for good sex.

Fitness also contributes to a healthy sex life.

Listen as Lisa Davis joins Dr. Pamela Peeke to share how to improve your sex life through food, fitness and connection.

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