Sex Is Good Exercise

Many of us eat for emotional reasons. We use food to make up for other needs that aren't met. The truth is that having sex could improve your chances of losing weight. Having sex can also reduce your food cravings and help you lose weight.

Many of us eat for emotional reasons. We use food to make up for other needs that aren't met. The truth is that having sex could improve your chances of losing weight. Having sex can also reduce your food cravings and help you lose weight.

Having sex burns calories. Woo Hoo! Satisfaction comes from the intimacy and the feel-good chemicals you receive in the brain from having sex. When your brain feels this satisfaction it stops sending you signals to eat.


Finding something other than food to satisfy your needs is key. Sex is an activity that can work in many ways. It produces the same feel-good chemical in the brain as food does, and anything that keeps you busy will keep you out of the refrigerator. And it’s fun, fun, fun!

Eating healthy foods and exercising will increase your sex drive. Combine this with raising your self-esteem and you are creating a stronger, slimmer, sexier you!

Sex also reduces stress and stress reduction is needed to lose weight.

Sex is good exercise! Sex is the kind of exercise that everyone wants to do!

Stay satisfied, not by going through your local drive through for a burger and fries, but by having healthy, safe, monogamous sex.

Last but not least, if you are in a relationship and you’re not having sex or not sleeping in the same bed as your partner, fix it! Communicate with each other and take care of the problem before it’s too late. Having sex is a huge part of the relationship, and it’s so important, as it can affect other areas of your life, such as weight gain.

Have lots of sex, make it fun and enjoy. You’ll see results, I promise you that!

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