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Turn up the heat with some sexy beets! The Doctors share how beets could be helpful for erectile dysfunction. Beets help the male body to produce nitric oxide which helps open up blood vessels. This is a good thing for blood flow to the penis, resulting in stronger erections, and can be helpful for men with erectile dysfunction.
Dr. Ordon calls beets “nature’s blue pill.” He says erectile dysfunction drugs also work with nitric acid to open up blood passages for more engorgement.
OB/GYN expert Dr. Nita Landry is not excited about eating the beets left for the hosts. She says this study was for men so she's leaving her fork down! All joking aside, she reminds male viewers to seek attention if they do have ED to determine the cause. It could be due to stress, anxiety, or relationship issues but also diabetes, heart issues or certain medications.