0:54 Sweet potatoes
1:12 Cranberry juice
1:58 Omega 3s
2:21 Dark leafy greens
But, to help keep your vagina healthy and happy, All you need to do is eat these eight foods!
Probiotics are the good bacteria that live in your gut. They help keep you healthy by reducing inflammation and strengthening your immune system. We get probiotics from food like yogurt, kefir.
Probiotics can help with vaginal infections because they restore balance to the vagina’s bacterial ecosystem. Look for ones containing Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 & Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14—these two strains of Bacteria have been shown to fight off yeast infections while also reducing UTIs and bacterial vaginosis (BV).
Sweet potatoes are low in calories and fat, so they’re an excellent choice for anyone looking to lose weight. They also contain several vitamins and minerals including potassium, beta carotene and vitamin A, which help preventing bacterial vaginosis.
Drinking cranberry juice is a natural remedy for urinary tract infections. It’s rich in vitamin C, and antioxidants, which helps the body fight off infections. You should try and search for concentrated 100% natural juice.
Soy contains phytoestrogens, which can help reduce hot flashes and night sweats. Soy is also a good source of fiber, which helps keep your digestive system functioning at its best.
Soy products have been shown to help relieve vaginal dryness, another common symptom of menopause that can leave women feeling uncomfortable during sex. If you are experiencing any vaginal discomfort, soy products can be an effective addition to your diet!
Omega 3s are an essential fatty acid that you can find in fish, nuts and seeds. Omega 3s help with heart health, mental health (depression and anxiety), skin health and weight loss. They also help relieve dryness in the vagina and improving the blood flow. Some studies claim that fish oil can help reduce pain and cramps during the period.
Dark leafy greens
Dark leafy greens are full of nutrients that are good for your body and especially your vagina. They contain high amounts of fiber, iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium, and nitrate, which cause can cause an increase in blood flow to the vagina and can help prevent vaginal dryness.
Avocados are a wonderful food for your vagina. They contain high amounts of vitamin E, which is important for vaginal health. In fact, one cup of avocado contains nearly half the daily recommended amount!
They are also rich in potassium and healthy fats, both of which help reduce dryness, and strengthen the vaginal walls. These nutrients also have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce irritation and itching down there.
Fruits are a very important part when eating diet that is good for your vagina. Here’s why, Fruits are high in fiber, which can help with digestive issues that cause odor and discharge. Fruits are also rich in antioxidants, which helps improving blood flow, and stress. Also, fruits like blueberries, apples, & pomegranates can help reducing the risk of developing uterine fibroids