If the penis is erectile dysfunction, then instead of non-vegetarian, return to milk-fruits-vegetables… Research presented in Cardiology Congress

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eat meat? Want food. Choice is. There should be no coercion. Advantages and disadvantages of what is not good. Well a new study has come. This study has been done by experts from the University of Athens in Greece. According to this, the chances of improvement in erectile dysfunction in men who eat no or less meat (red meat) are increased.

Scientific reason has also been given for this. Understand it in very simple language. Men with high blood pressure were reported to be nearly twice as likely to have erectile dysfunction as those with normal blood pressure.

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To reduce this double probability, experts from the University of Athens in Greece did a research. Research not for any operation or medicine but on the basis of daily diet. For this, 250 people were selected (average middle-aged people) and did this research.

When the research was done, the results were surprising. Experts found that men who consumed less meat or non-vegetarian food had better blood flow, higher testosterone as well as better penis erection.

what kind of diet helps with erectile dysfunction

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The Mediterranean diet typically includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, milk or milk products, legumes, almonds-cashews-walnuts-raisins, whole seeds, meats (to limit intake). emphasis on) etc.

This research was led by Dr. Athanasios Angelis of the University of Athens, Greece. They told:

“In our study, a Mediterranean diet (with little or no meat) was found to be associated with better exercise capacity, healthier arteries and blood flow, in addition to higher testosterone levels and better penis erection. This dietary pattern is able to improve high blood pressure as well as erectile dysfunction by increasing the function of blood vessels and limiting the drop in testosterone.”

This research by experts from the University of Athens, Greece has been presented at the ESC Congress 2021 (European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021).

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