What Men Should Eat to Improve the Health of Their Penis

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The Doctors reveal the foods men should be eating to improve the health of their penis and boost their ability to perform in the bedroom.

Nutritionist Jim White explains being overweight can contribute to erectile dysfunction and consuming a diet high in fatty foods or drinking alcohol can negatively impact a man's libido. But Jim shares there are foods that many improve erectile performance and he suggests adding these into your regular diet:

  • Blackberries - which are high in flavonoids and may decrease the risk for erectile dysfunction
  • Bananas - another great way to get flavonoids
  • Dark chocolate - also high in flavonoids
  • Oatmeal - high in the amino acid L-arginine, which has been shown to increase blood flow to the penis

Jim also explains the Mediterranean diet, which can lower high blood pressure (which is commonly associated with erectile dysfunction) can lead to a possible improvement in a man's penile health. He suggests eating more of the following foods:

  • Dried blueberries
  • Dried apricots
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Whole grains
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Fatty fish
  • Avocados
  • Olive oil

The Doctors note these foods will not be an instant cure for performance issues, but when coupled with regular exercise and keeping off excess weight, all of these lifestyle changes may help to prevent erectile dysfunction, improve circulation and boost sexual health.

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