It’s as inspiring for your confidence as a man, as having to wear high heels every day. When the time is right and your pre-launch goes flat, you know you’re in trouble. If you’ve ever experienced these issues, you know how embarrassing it can be. The good news is that a recent study proves the solution to ED may be found in your local produce section.
Analysts from the University of East Anglia (UK, UEA) and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston discovered that flavonoid-heavy fruit, such as blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, and citrus, carry the potential to reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction by over 20%. (Medical News Today) Over 50,000 middle-aged men were featured in this study since 1986 by testing the extent of their erectile dysfunction every four years.
Study results proved that participants who consumed flavonoids, specifically anthocyanins, flavones, and flavanones, were at a noticeably lesser risk of developing erectile dysfunction. Study lead Professor Aedin Cassidy from the University of East Anglia noted, “The top sources of anthocyanins, flavones and flavanones consumed in the U.S. are strawberries, blueberries, red wine, apples, pears and citrus products…”
Further testing unveiled that participants who also added a regular exercise regimen to a flavonoid-rich diet were 21% less likely to experience erectile dysfunction. Results relied on only a few servings of flavonoid-heavy fruits, such as berries or citrus, per week to produce the documented results.
If you’re dealing with erectile dysfunction, adding a few berries or orange slices to diet may give you the desired results and a satisfied partner again. Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common signs of hypogonadism (clinically low testosterone). Rebalancing your testosterone to normal levels can be a great way to regain your sex drive and erectile function.
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