Updated: Apr 26, 2020
Is Your Vagina Healthy? Gynecologists recommend a diet that is rich in fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Your diet should also include lots of water.
The food that you eat, have an impact on the pH level of the vagina. It can even change the way your vagina smells and tastes. However, there is no need to worry. The effect of the foods you consume only lasts for 2-3 days. You should cut back on your sugar intake because women who have high blood sugar levels due to diabetes or high consumption. Maybe more susceptible to contracting a yeast infection and moderate to severe menstrual cramps.
Sweeten up with some pineapple. There’s anecdotal evidence that eating pineapple can make you taste sweeter. Pineapple is also packed full of vitamin C and antioxidants, which make it a great addition to your overall health. Although experts aren’t exactly sure how much you’d need to eat to influence the taste or smell of your vagina, one cup of fresh pineapple chunks only has about 83 calories, so experiment with the servings and find what amount suits you best.
Up your water intake. Drinking enough water has countless health benefits, especially for women. Adequate water intake keeps your lady parts naturally lubricated. Aim to get about eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. You can also load up on hydrating foods like berries, melon or apples.
Natural Fruits and fruit juices can make your vagina smell and taste sweet!
Foods and drinks to pass on
Spices(Curry), onions, garlic, red meat, dairy products, asparagus and broccoli might make you taste or smell a bit funky as they change your pH balance. However, if you love these foods and it’s part of a healthy diet don’t feel like you have to pass up.
Limit your alcohol. Your after-work cocktail might take the edge off, but it could also affect the way you taste—and not for the better. Moderate drinking for women means no more than one drink, 5 ounces of wine, 1.5 ounces of liquor or 12 ounces of beer, daily.