• Manuel S. Eisenberg

Diet is associated with decreased Erectile Dysfunction

Many factors can affect erectile dysfunction such as age, body weight, and other health issues such as high blood pressure or diabetes. Recently a study has demonstrated that diet can be a contributing factor as well. In this study, numerous dietary types were considered such as low-carb, no processed foods, vegetarian diet, and others were assessed. In the analysis, patients with a diet focused on organic foods or intermittent fasting (eating only during defined parts of the day, such as between 10am and 6pm, with no calorie intake the rest of the day) had significantly decreased rates of Erectile Dysfunction. Many other factors likely play a role in each person, but these data indicate that a man interested in maintaining erectile health should recognize the benefits of various dietary habits.

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