Our Dallas Men’s Clinic can help you achieve stronger erections through eating and Big D Wave.
No magic food or supplement can prevent erectile dysfunction (ED), but diet and other lifestyle factors can contribute to or prevent it from occurring.
A healthy diet can lower men’s erectile dysfunction risk and may motivate them to adopt one. Get stronger erections with Big D Wave from Dallas’ leading men’s clinic.
Men with erectile dysfunction suffer from reduced sexual intimacy, health-related quality of life, and psychological distress. Visit our men’s clinic so you can enjoy a healthy and active sexual life no matter your age.
Is diet quality associated with the risk of erectile dysfunction?
As with most health issues, diet can significantly impact sexual performance. Studies have also shown an association between dietary cholesterol and unsaturated fat intake and the incidence of ED.
While there is no way to prevent ED by eating a certain food every day, consistently eating a healthy diet, limiting foods high in saturated fat, and maintaining a healthy body weight have all been shown to support erectile function throughout a lifetime.
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The Best and Worst Foods For ED
A healthy diet can impact your sexual health. Experts from our men’s clinic suggest eating certain things while avoiding others. Here is a list of foods that could be beneficial for men’s health:
L-citrulline, a substance found in watermelon, has been shown in animal research to increase blood flow and reduce ED symptoms. In most cases, poor blood flow causes ED; therefore, consuming foods rich in L-citrulline can help increase circulation to the penis, but further research is needed to evaluate this possibility.
Additionally, watermelon has lycopene, an antioxidant that is beneficial for heart health, which is important if an underlying condition causes ED. Other foods rich in lycopene include tomatoes, guava, carrots, oranges, grapefruit, and apricots.
Oats are considered an aphrodisiac and may be beneficial for improving blood flow to the penis. Oatmeal contains the nonessential amino acid L-arginine, which can relax the smooth muscle lining of blood vessels, increase blood flow, and boost testosterone levels.
Spinach and dark leafy greens
Dark leafy greens like spinach, lettuce, arugula, and mustard greens, and vegetables like asparagus and Brussels sprouts are high in folate (folic acid) and nitrates.
Low folate levels have been associated with erectile dysfunction. Folate is a natural form of vitamin B9. On the other hand, high concentrations of nitrates in these vegetables also help promote blood flow into the penis to help treat the physical side of erectile dysfunction.
Fish are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which may help increase blood flow to the pelvis. Moreover, omega-3 fatty acids have been found to reduce inflammation and decrease the risk of blood clots that may impede erections.
Some fish high in omega-3 fatty acids include tuna, salmon, herring, mackerel, and trout. You can also take fish oil supplements to get your omega-3 fix.
Berries and citrus fruits
Berries and citrus fruits are rich in flavonoids, making blood vessels more flexible, and thereby increasing blood flow. Studies have shown that men who consumed at least three portions of flavonoid-rich foods per week were less likely to suffer from ED.
Flavonoids are found in plants, especially berries, citrus fruits, apples, pears, grapes, and cherries. Tea and wine also contain flavonoids, but make sure only to consume a moderate amount.
Which foods should I avoid?
Diets high in saturated fats, such as meats and dairy products, can increase cholesterol levels. However, high cholesterol levels have been linked to coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.
Here is a list of foods that you might want to avoid:
It might feel like an aphrodisiac to have a few drinks to get in the mood; however, alcohol can have the opposite effect. Alcohol can depress the central nervous system, which can lead to ED.
You might love fatty meat, but it’s bad for your heart and for your erection. Fatty meat narrows the arteries that carry blood into the penis, which can cause ED.
Processed foods will cause you to gain weight more rapidly than natural, organic foods, therefore putting you at a higher risk of ED.
Big D Wave Can Help With ED
Erectile function is usually related to your physical and emotional health.
A healthy and fulfilling sex life is critical to your self-confidence, general well-being, and the success of your relationships.
Erectile dysfunction can be reversed using Big D Wave®, a safe, comfortable, and effective procedure designed for men of all ages.
As a result of its acoustic wave technology, Big D Wave has been clinically proven to help men of all ages obtain and maintain stronger erections.
Visit the Leading Men’s Clinic in Dallas
Dallas Anti-Aging & Wellness is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Our clinical practice consists of preventative, functional, and regenerative medicine, and we provide safe, effective, and proven treatment solutions. With our help, you will regain your sex drive, look and feel years younger, and improve your overall quality of life.
Contact Dallas Anti-Aging & Wellness today at (214) 646-1523 for a consultation to learn more about the services in our men’s clinic.