Vegans Have Insatiable Sex Appetite And Romp Twice As Much As Meat Eaters – Research Reveals

Vegans have an insatiable appetite for sex and get their oats four times a week.

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It means they have twice as many romps as those who prefer rumps… steak, that is.

Researchers found 84 per cent of vegans are satisfied with their sex lives – compared to a mere 59 per cent of meat eaters.

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Strict vegans eat a plant-based diet, with tofu a favourite. Meat, fish and animal-based dairy are shunned.

Fifty-seven per cent report having sex four times a week. In meat eaters, just half make love twice every seven days.

Some 92 per cent of vegans describe their love lives as “great” and 58 per cent are so full of beans they always have energy for sex. With meat eaters the figures were 79 and 35 per cent respectively.


Vegans are more adventurous too, the survey found.

Two-thirds are prepared to experiment in the bedroom, yet more than half of meat eaters admit they are chicken when it comes to throwing off the shackles.

And meat eaters are just a little bit shellfish too.

Just 35 per cent describe themselves as “givers”, compared to 58 per cent of vegans.

Dating website IllicitEncounters.com quizzed 500 vegans and 500 meat eaters.

Spokeswoman Jessica Leoni said: “Vegans are masters of seduction it would appear. Our statistics don’t lie and vegans eat foods known for their aphrodisiac qualities such as ginseng and aniseed.

“But I’ve never heard of a rack of barbecue ribs or a lamb shank turn anyone on.”FOOD: Unique Differences You Need To Know About Veganism, Vegetarianism And Plant-Based NutritionPhoto Credit: Getty

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