Out of all the 52 foods that boost penis health, there are 10 major ones that can dramatically cut your risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) according to brand new research.
In the study—published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition—researchers collected data from more than 50,000 middle-aged men. Since 1986, the men were asked about their ability to have and maintain an erection during intercourse, their body weight, physical activity, caffeine consumption, and their smoking habits every four years.
Researchers discovered men who regularly consumed flavanoid-rich foods—especially those with anthocyanins, flavones, and flavanones—experienced a significantly reduced risk of the disorder than those who did not. Good news since the foods are already popular in American diets. Lead researcher Aedin Cassidy says, “...the top sources of anthocyanins, flavones and flavanones consumed in the U.S. are strawberries, blueberries, red wine, apples, pears and citrus products.”
Overall, men with a higher total intake of fruit saw a 14 percent reduced risk of ED, whereas men who consumed foods rich in anthocynanin, flavones, and flavanones, had a 10 percent reduced risk of ED. What's more, consumping several servings of these foods each week is as beneficial for your manhood as briskly walking for five hours each week. But, if you really want to reap the benefits, men who exercised and consumed flavanoid-rich foods experienced a whopping 21 percent reduced risk of erectile dysfunction.
Though this disorder is more common in older men, Cassidy and her team "found that the benefits were strongest among younger men,” according to a press release. And lets’s face it, no man (or woman) wants to encounter a “failure to launch." So, rather than going the medicinal route, stock up on these 10 powerful eats instead.