Diet Guide for Bottoms
While so many gay and bi men consider anal sex to be the holy grail of pleasure, a lot of maintenance can be needed to make sure that ‘mess’ doesn't ruin the fun. Nothing quite spoils the mood like this dreaded scenario which is why so many gay men ‘douche’ or clean their butts with water before sex. However, adjusting your diet a few days in advance of some action can also go a long way towards helping bottoms maintain good hygiene down there and ensuring you can enjoy ‘clean’ anal sex.
We want all our readers to get the most out of their sex lives, so for this article we will discuss the bottom diet and specifically the best tips for keeping things clean down there. So, what are some of the best foods to eat, and avoid, for all the bottoms out there?
1. Spicy food (avoid)
The first food you should avoid as part of a good bottom diet is spicy food. The obvious reason here is that it can irritate the stomach and behind. While it can taste delicious on the way in, the body finds it harder to digest foods like peppers and they can leave your passageway feeling sensitive.
2. Coffee (avoid)
While many of us need coffee for that crucial morning energy boost, it is also very effective at speeding up our digestive system. This will likely lead to a lot more mess down there so it’s always best to avoid for a day or two if you are planning on having sex.
3. High fibre foods (eat)
High fibre foods such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables are like best friends for your bowels and make toilet breaks nice and easy. The key thing here is to make small, steady changes because adding too much fibre too soon can disrupt your normal digestive flow and make your bowels overreactive. However, by ensuring you get a steady amount of fibre you will do your behind (and your partner) a huge favor!
4. Water (drink)
Carbonated drinks like soda can leave your stomach feeling bloated and ‘gassy.’ Our advice is to swap the soda for water as this is much better for your digestion and aids a much cleaner ride when it comes to being penetrated.
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