What Foods Should You Eat to Help Combat Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Penis Enlargement New YorkNew York, NY – You may have heard from your doctor that you should watch what you eat, not only to keep your waistline from expanding but also to prevent heart attacks. Turns out, the same eating patterns that cause heart attacks via restricted blood flow to the coronary arteries, also restrict blood flow to the penis. You might want to think about that the next time you reach for the French fries and opt for fruit and veggies instead.

New York male enhancement specialist, Dr. Elliot Heller, stresses that foods that are bad for the heart are also bad for the penis. Dr. Heller points to studies that show that men who eat a traditional Mediterranean diet, for instance, rarely experience ED. The Mediterranean diet mostly consists of fruits, vegetables, heart-healthy fats, fish, whole grains, and red wine.

By eating healthily and by staying away from fast and junk food, Dr. Heller says that ED can be completely cured in some cases. Not eating good food could make the condition worse, he adds.

Here are the foods Dr. Heller recommends to keep erectile dysfunction (ED) from negatively affecting your life.

Get Rid of ED with These Heart-Healthy Foods

Watermelon: Believe it or not, the refreshing red fruit with the hard-green outer shell has similar effects on your body to common medications used to treat erectile dysfunction. Watermelon is mostly comprised of water, but the rest of the pulp is filled with lycopene, which is an antioxidant that’s important for your heart, prostate, and skin. Some believe that eating watermelon can even rev up your sex drive, allowing you to say goodbye to ED for good. Your results may vary.

Leafy Greens: Celery, spinach, and kale may increase your circulation due to a high level of nitrates. Nitrates are in the family of vasodilators, which means they open blood vessels and increase the flow of blood. It should be noted that many ED drugs are based on the vessel-opening effects of nitrates that supply blood to the penis, and that before ED drugs were approved by the FDA in 1998, nitrates were recommended for ED treatment. The more you know.

Dark Chocolate: If poor circulation is the culprit to your ED, the flavonoids in dark chocolate can help to improve blood flow to and around the penis. Flavonoids are antioxidants that protect plants from toxins while repairing cell damage. The thing is, flavonoids have the same effects on humans. Eating dark chocolate may help to lower your blood pressure and decrease your cholesterol, both of which can help with ED.

Green Tea: This brew contains catechins, which kill off free radicals that damage and inflame blood vessels, increasing the flow of blood in your body. Catechins also include nitric oxide, which enhances the size of blood vessels, which improves blood flow even more. How much green tea should you drink? Some experts, like Dr. Heller, suggest that you drink 3-4 cups per day to feel the full effects.

Dr. Heller also suggests that you supplement your diet with coffee, garlic, nuts, and oysters, which also help to combat erectile dysfunction.

In addition to eating healthy foods, Dr. Heller says that you can help your soldier stand at attention when you need him to by getting regular exercise and quitting smoking. Smoking restricts your blood vessels and blood flow, which can exacerbate the humiliating and stress-inducing effects of ED.

Speaking of stress, find a way to relax occasionally, Dr. Heller suggests. Relaxation can not only help with ED by relaxing blood vessels, but it will also improve every aspect of your life.

Diet and lifestyle can have drastic and positive effects on erectile dysfunction, but Dr. Heller points to the Non-surgery if you want bigger, stronger, and more frequent erections.

The point is a painless and simple procedure that boosts blood flow to the penis, increasing sensitivity and leading to firmer, more robust erections.

Another treatment you might be interested in includes the 10-minute penis enlargement. This non-surgical procedure doesn’t require anesthesia and offers no downtime. An FDA dermal filler will be used to give your penis more length and girth, providing you with the long-lasting male enhancement you’ve been searching for.

To learn more about erectile dysfunction or to learn about penis enhancement with the non-surgical, call New York penis enhancement surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller at Allure Plastic Surgery Center to schedule a consultation.

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BY Dr. Elliot Heller | January/10/2017