Surely that can't be all there is to it. Sex and nutrition, for instance (among many other things), are universal needs of all men, yet philosophy doesn't deal with them.
This is the statement you made that I responded to. You did not say you required a philosophy that touched on nothing but these things- which would be silly anyway.
I can tell you right off that Stoicism for example often talks about food, wine, their proper places and context within our lives as well as sex. In fact I can't think of any mainstream philosophy that does not deal with both these issues. Objectivism, assuming you've read Rand's non fiction has much to say on sex and love and touches somewhat on how we take care of our bodies. Hedonism of course, is famous for its notions on the proper place of sex and consumables.