New Book Guides you from the Kitchen Table to the Bedroom with over 100 Delicious Recipes
Good Food: Better Sex – A Guide to Intimacy and Love using Food
Who doesn’t want good food and better sex?
Good Food: Better Sex is a cookbook with a difference by author Joanne Faulkner. The new book guides one from the kitchen table to the bedroom, presenting over 100 recipes that have sexual health benefits. It combines modern food with ancient medicine, Taoism and Tantric practices, showing the reader how to take a central role in their own well-being, sexual health and pleasure.
One can use the book as a delicious, accessible, health-focused cookbook, delve deeper into Tantric and Taoist exercises, or use it to address specific conditions. The quick reference directs one to recipes and acupressure points that tend to issues such as low libido, post-baby blues, erectile dysfunction, vaginal dryness and premature ejaculation, as well as to aphrodisiac and viagra effect recipes.
Author Joanne Faulkner says:
“I wrote this book for everybody, young and old, male and female, single, couple or polyamorous. It illustrates how you can empower, love and cherish yourself with food. If you want to gain increased understanding of your own body, health and pleasure, this book is for you.”
Faulkner makes the ancient system of Yin Yang with connected flavours, seasons, emotions and organs seem simple for the reader to understand. Readers are encouraged to use the cookbook to:
As a Shiatsu practitioner with over 20 years passionate experience for food, Tantra and Taoism, Faulkner has helped thousands of people live healthier, happier, loving lives. Good Food: Better Sex is her second conscious cooking book to offer a unique understanding of how to use everyday ingredients as medicine.
Good Food: Better Sex is now available for sale at joannefaulkner.ie.
About the Author:
Joanne Faulkner is a Shiatsu body therapy practitioner who specialises in the energy of food in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She runs a busy Shiatsu practice in Dublin, while also offering Shiatsu and Conscious Cooking Demonstrations and Retreats which regularly sell out. Joanne serves as Chairperson of the Shiatsu Society of Ireland, ensuring the standards of Shiatsu practice in Ireland.
Blogging regularly on her food and health-focused website joannefaulkner.ie, she is the published author of Shiatsu & the Art of Conscious Cooking, a modern cookbook full of recipes, ancient traditional medicine, acupressure points and meditations.
“In my life, perhaps like you, I have experienced heartbreak, panic attacks, sexual abuse, low libido, hormonal spins and hot flushes of peri-menopause but I am alive and very well without medication or trips to the doctor. Now in my 50s, I have yet to enter menopause and my sexual energy is better than ever. I put it down to using Food as Medicine and the Five Elements System of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It’s simple and I share here how to use it every day to stay healthy and in love.” Joanne Faulkner
Note to Editor:
Shiatsu is a form of physical therapy that combines acupressure plus massage, treating each person individually to suit their specific health needs. Shiatsu originated in Japan over 3,000 years ago.