Mlolongo is among towns in the country where commercial sex is flourishing.
Sex workers in this town do everything to remain in the competitive trade.These twilight girls are going an extra mile with reports that they visit witch doctors to attract and maintain clients.Mlolongo sex workers will do anything to get a client and get money.
These sex workers have heavily invested in what they eat to ensure they maintain a healthy body and result in more clients.
The urchins say they eat well to enable them serve averagely five or more clients so as to make more money.
In an interview with this writer in Mlolongo town on Thursday, the sex workers revealed that they eat these foods to boost their sex drive and earn more:
1. Whole grains
These foods include brown rice, brown bread and cereals. They give the body energy and stimulates one’s mind hence fit for the sexual driver.
Mlolongo sex workers say whole grains never misses on their diet.
2. Fatty fish
Everyone one loves fish because of the omega three oils that are important to the body.
Mlolongo sex works say fish forms a huge part of their diet.
Nutritionist Geoffrey Shihundu says omega three that are found in fish, salmon, and sandiness boost the heart performance in the process enhancing one's sexual urge and performance.
Nutritionists note that eating spinach regulates proper blood flow making one more sexually active.
“Spinach is rich in magnesium that increase arousal and makes intimacy pleasurable,” says Shihundu.
Mlolongo sex workers say that while their desire is money, they have to prepare themselves for the business by eating well.
4. Avocados and berries
Apart from acting as antioxidants, fruits like berries also help in boosting one’s sexual stamina, according to Shihundu, a nutritionist.
Mlolongo sex workers state that fruits are part of their diet.
“We do everything to keep fit in these trade that is so competitive, if you don’t eat well then it means business will be too bad for you,” Mercy, a sex worker says.
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