4 Foods to Improve Vagina Health 

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Naturally a healthy vagina is one with balance PH level and loading up on these foods keep it smelling good!

Naturally a healthy vagina is one with balance PH level (with healthy bacteria meant to keep infections at bay).

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It’s important to maintain a hygienic lifestyle as well as take in foods that benefits the body (as well as the vagina).

For a healthy and PH balanced vagina, these foods help a lot:

A healthy vagina has a naturally acidic pH level and plenty of healthy bacteria to help ward off infections. Good hygiene and several foods can help keep your vagina healthy and your pH levels balanced.

1. Kale

Kale is great for vagina health because it’s rich in Vitamins C and A that helps with immunity as well as proper blood circulation.

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It is great to include Kale as part of a diet or combined with other leafy greens which works to keep the vagina lubricated as well as keep itching and dryness at bay!

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2. Garlic

Garlic smells funny but it’s filled with anti fungal and antimicrobial nutrients that helps keep infections as well as vaginal discharges, itching/burning away from it!

Add garlic to your diets or eat it raw daily if the smell isn’t a turn off.

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3. Lemon

Lemons contain antioxidants that helps both vaginal health by providing a balance of the pH level and healthy vagina needs. Lemon also works to help keep infection at bay.

Drinking lemon water daily/early in the morning helps the body and by extension the vagina.

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4. Yoghurt

Yoghurt -especially Greek yoghurt is great for overall vagina health as it keeps the vagina’s acid level just as it should be. Yoghurt is known to provide the ‘good bacteria’ in the vagina.

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