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Certain plant products contain so-called sex hormones phytoestrogens, which may influence humans sex lives. According to a study by dating site OKCupid, 9:1 male vegetarians enjoy giving oral sex, compared to a 7:1 non-vegetarian males, which is measly by comparison. #2 They are healthier Vegetarians are less likely to develop health problems such as heart disease, cancer risk and cognitive decline, according to recent studies.
The Vegetarian Times says that meat-free diet is inherently more healthy than an omnivore diet: "Vegetarians consume less animal fat and cholesterol (vegans consume no animal fat or cholesterol) and instead consume more fibre and more antioxidant-rich produce." #3 Vegetarians are happier than their meat-chomping counterparts Eating more fruit and veg can improve moods according to a study by British Journal of Health Psychology.
Despite recent findings that 30% of omnivores wouldn't date a vegetarian (talk about a kick in the face), it turns out there are plenty of reasons to date a herbivore.
Besides the fact that some non-meat eaters are pretty damn sexy (see slideshow below for a visual cue), you'll be pleased to know that hooking up with a veggie doesn't mean you're doomed to a life of tofu and quinoa.
There are some pretty compelling benefits, not least a better sex life, better moods and health. #1 Vegetarians are great in the sack Need we go on?
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It is not possible to pass oral HSV-1 to a partner who already has oral HSV-1.
If a one partner has oral HSV-2 ( of oral herpes) and if one partner has oral HSV-1 both strains of herpes could spread by kissing.