If You Struggle With Erectile Dysfunction – Check Your Folic Acid Levels!
By Johnathan P Cumberwell
Yes, because a new meta study has demonstrated that folic acid is an independent risk factor for erectile dysfunction.
First off, what is folic acid?
Folic acid (also referred to as folate and vitamin B9) cannot be produced by your body, and you therefore need to get it from your foods and drinks.
It is required for a number of functions in your body, but among the most important ones are: Making DNA and RNA, and metabolizing amino acids necessary for cell division.
Foods high in folate include spinach, broccoli, lettuce, asparagus, brussels sprouts, okra, asparagus, bananas, melons, lemons, legumes, seeds, yeast, and mushrooms. You also find folate in seafood and meat.
It turns out folate is also needed in order to get it up..
This is the conclusion from a meta study that reviewed and analyzed all relevant scientific research that had already been done on folic acid and erectile dysfunction.
The study found that the more severe a man’s ED, the lower levels of his folic acid. These are the numbers from the study: