Plants reduce erectile dysfunction

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Eating Plants Reduces Erectile Dysfunction [Scientific Research Report]

By Johnathan P Cumberwell

Your diet impact how well you can function in bed. Yes, a bad diet can cause erectile dysfunction.

This is not news. I have previously written about it hereherehere, here, here, here, and here.

Now a new research report has provided more evidence for what you should eat in order to maintain your mojo.

The key question is: What should you eat?

The answer?

Foods that come from plants + fungi. And this should be non-processed. Or in simpler terms, the ideal diet is the vegan one.

Let’s take a look at this new research study:

It was conducted on 21,942 men aged 40 to 75 years, and these men were followed for 2 decades.

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And what exactly were the results of this study? 

It found that a low total plant-based diet index was positively correlated with ED. In other words, if you eat little plants, you are more likely to struggle with ED.

It also found that those in the highest quintile of total plant-based diet index (60-70 years old) had an 18% lower risk of ED. So those that ate the most plants had 18% less risk of ED. 

The report also found that those above 60 who had little plants in their diet, had a 27% greater risk of ED than those who ate lots of plant.

This should hopefully not surprise anyone, as we are aware of the importance of diet for health, and particularly for proper bloodflow.

That said, if you are currently struggling with erectile dysfunction, and you are keen to find a natural solution, a good first step is to fix your diet.

If you want to learn exactly how, you can read this guide.

To read the source article, please go here.