Foods that ladies should eat to help boost there 'kitty's' scent and taste

Vaginas taste the way they taste because of a combination of factors — your body's natural sweaty smells, whatever detergent you use on your underwear, the smell of any soaps you use, the smell of your vagina's juices, so the obvious first step to having a fragrant, delicious pubic region would be to thoroughly wash and wear clean laundry that you wash in soap that doesn't contain dyes or fragrances that will clash with your body's natural scent. Your vagina taste has a lot to do with what you eat. Of course, you need to stay hygienic to have a good vaginal flavor, but beyond that, there are a few specific foods you can eat to make sure your vagina tastes fresh and mild.

Foods for yummy tasting vagina
So here’s the scoop on how to keep getting “great smelling”, “yummy tasting”, “can’t get enough of you”!

Before we begin to dissect the tastes of a body — as well as the scents, and the stereotypes that come along with a vagina — we need to remember that all bodies taste differently. The uniqueness of a body’s response to the material, intercourse, and just everyday pH levels can alter taste and smell.


Pineapple and its juices help sweeten your va-jay-jay juice – No lie! There are a lot of foods that affect the taste of your vaginal fluids, but pineapple keeps you sweet.


Garlic contains natural antibacterial and antifungal properties that will keep infections at bay. If your “kitty” is infection-free then you have a head start to a better tasting and smelling you-know-what! The antifungal properties present in garlic will help fight probable yeast infections and help your body get rid of bad bacteria. Be warned ladies, let’s not win the war and lose the battle here! Be sure to freshen your breath after your garlic fest. We don’t want you losing him with bad breath.


Yogurt is rich in lactobacillus bacteria, which help fight candida infection (one of the most common causes of vaginal odor) and restore the normal vaginal pH level. Once the pH level is balanced, the vagina smells and tastes as was intended!


Sugary and fatty foods can make your vaginal fluids bitter and smell unpleasant – it helps to eat lots of fruits.


If you think bananas are only for monkeys, think again! Consumption of bananas also help your ’’kitty’’ smell and taste good as they contain natural sugars.


The vagina loves a good sweet potato since they are rich in Vitamin A, which is beneficial for the skin. The American Nutrition Association says that Vitamin A is a natural viagra and can regulate sex hormones. Sweet potatoes have a positive effect on your vaginal and uterine walls as well, promoting a healthy vagina all around. So, dig in for the second helping with your vagina in my mind!


Rich in magnesium, Spinach decreases inflammation and increases blood flow. Tammy Nelson, Ph.D. psychotherapist, and sex expert explains that “Increased blood flow drives blood to the extremities, which, like Viagra, can increase arousal and make sex more pleasurable.” Dark leafy greens also improve vaginal dryness. Remember, the darker the green, the better.


Hydration is key to literally everything in our body. To keep your vagina happy and lubricated, H₂O is the best source. Drinking several glasses throughout the day can help keep your vaginal discharge thin, which means that any odor is dispersed. Water also flushes out toxins, like the coffee and cigarettes you may have had over breakfast. Hydration and detoxing keep your vagina happy, healthy, and tasty.

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