Both men and women can fall victim to a lack of libido at some point during their adult lives. 

More often than not, this dip in desire is a temporary glitch which can be safely resolved by re-evaluating our general health and adjusting lifestyle habits. 

Unfortunately some medications such as opioids, anti-psychotics, cancer treatments and beta blockers can directly affect sex drive, as do some health issues including depression, fluctuating hormones, arthritis and ageing. 

However, where possible there are some changes you can make to help you get back in the mood, specifically with your diet. 

Nutritionist Sarah Flower reveals her top tips on what foods you can consume to help turn you on and what foods to avoid to prevent turning off.

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