The Orgasmic Diet Action Plan

The path to greater sexual satisfaction could begin with what you eat. Marrena Lindberg, author of The Orgasmic Diet, claims that women who strictly follow the full regimen of daily supplements and dietary changes will see improved libido in 2-4 weeks.

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You may be able to change the way you climax with food. Author Marrena Lindberg has created a 3-step plan to help women boost their libido and achieve orgasm. In addition to the 3-step plan, you will find sample menus and daily to-do lists that will help you keep track of your supplement intake. If followed correctly, Lindberg claims that women can achieve orgasm each and every time they have sex.

Supplements You Will Have to Take for the Orgasmic Diet

Every day:

  • A good multivitamin in the morning
  • Fish oil, containing approximately 1700 mg EPA, 1300 DHA
  • The RDA of calcium/magnesium/zinc (1000/400/15mg); take these at different times of the day for maximum absorption
  • Extra vitamin C (a glass of orange juice a day is enough)

Every 2 or 3 days:

  • 27 mg of iron

Step 1: Increase Your Testosterone

Studies show that women with a greater sex drive have higher levels of testosterone. To increase your testosterone, Lindberg suggests adding more protein to your diet, as well as zinc and magnesium. (Though the correlation between protein and testosterone seems to be inconclusive, there is proven science to support the zinc and magnesium recommendations.)

  • Protein: Get 30% of your calories from protein at every meal. Protein portions should be about the size of a deck of cards.
  • Zinc blocks the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen.
  • Magnesium: Lower your levels of sex binding-hormone globulin (SHBG), which supresses "free testosterone." Magnesium blocks SHBG.

Step 2: Increase Dopamine

Dopamine is the brain's "pleasure chemical." Increasing dopamine can boost female sexual pleasure.

  • Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish help to raise dopamine.
  • Fish oil supplements: Take a supplement containing approximately 1700 mg EPA and 1300 DHA daily. Consult your physician before starting this diet. The high dosage may interact with certain drugs, like blood thinners
  • Dark chocolate: Eat a small amount every day.

Step 3:  Decrease Seratonin
Too much seratonin can impair your sex drive. One of the side effects of higher seratonin levels is low libido. A moderate seratonin level is ideal.

  • Avoid caffeine.
  • Limit starchy foods and sugar. These foods can cause a spike in seratonin levels.

Daily Sample Menus and Supplement Schedules

Sunday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Iron
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: French toast, heavy on the egg

Lunch: Pecan-grape chicken salad (diced chicken mixed with 1 tsp of mayonnaise, 1 tbsp chopped pecans, 2 tbsp chopped grapes) on a bed of greens

Dinner: BBQ pork tenderloin, a side of broccoli and a salad

Monday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: Yogurt or cottage cheese, blueberries, strawberries and granola

Lunch: Chicken Caesar salad - grilled shredded chicken, romaine lettuce, shredded parmesan cheese and Caesar dressing. You can add walnuts, pine nuts, olives or grapes to add flavor.

Dinner: Meatloaf, a side of green bean casserole and salad

Tuesday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Iron
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: Turkey sausage omelet with tomatoes, onions and peppers

Lunch: Vegetable quiche and fresh fruit

Dinner: Chinese stir-fry in peanut oil with lean beef strips, red peppers, broccoli, onions, mushrooms and bamboo shoots, and a small portion (approximately 1/2 cup) of rice

Wednesday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: 2 slices of bacon, 1 or 2 eggs and a piece of toast

Lunch: Cheeseburger (without the bun) and a big salad with everything -  but no dressing

Dinner: Greek chicken pitas with Greek yogurt sauce made with cucumber, onion and garlic, and a salad of tomato, peppers, cucumber, Greek olives, feta and olive oil

Thursday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Iron
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: Yogurt topped with granola and fruit of your choice

Lunch: Ham and swiss cheese on eight-grain bread with mayonnaise or mustard, pepper strips and carrot sticks

Dinner: Roasted chicken with a side of broccoli and a salad with olive oil dressing

Friday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: Frittata with egg, onions, peppers and Monterey cheese, and salsa on top if you like it

Lunch: Tuna nicoise salad - pan-seared tuna over greens, black olives, capers, hard-boiled egg and crumbled blue cheese

Dinner: Eggplant parmigiana and a bean salad

Saturday

  • Multivitamin
  • Vitamin C (or orange juice)
  • Morning fish oil (2 pills)
  • Afternoon calcium/magnesium/zinc (2 pills)
  • Afternoon fish oil (2 pills)
  • Evening calcium/magnesium/zinc (1 pill)
  • Dark chocolate (1/2 ounce)

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with cheese, and bacon or sausage on the side

Lunch: Twice-baked potato skin stuffed with chili, and cantaloupe or fruit salad

Dinner: Steak fajitas and a side of sauteed onions and peppers and avocado with salsa to top

Be sure to track your experience and note any differences in the way you feel. To read real-life testimony from 3
women following the Orgasmic Diet, click here.

Disclaimer: Fish oil interacts with other medications in a similar way as aspirin. Both aspirin and fish oil are anti-inflammatory substances and thin the blood; therefore, they may interact negatively with pharmaceutical drugs in similar ways. So it is best to avoid taking fish oil if one is taking a drug that negatively interacts with aspirin. Blood-thinning medications like Coumadin, some hypertension medications, and some other overthe- counter pain relievers also interact with fish oil. Also do not take fish oil if you are scheduled for surgery, are allergic to seafood (of course), or have a defibrillator. This is just a general list; check with your doctor for interaction information for particular medications you may be taking. Fish oil thins the blood and this is where the risks generally lie. If you are taking high-dose fish oil and you get a small cut and notice that it bleeds for longer than normal, you should cut back on your fish oil dosage. In general this is not a problem, even at very high doses, but some people can be sensitive. In rare cases, some people develop compulsive gambling habits and/or spending issues due to the high dopamine levels they achieve from taking dopamine drugs. This may theoretically happen with taking high-dose fish oil, but every person's body is different.