Erectile dysfunction is a growing problem, which affects about 8% of Poles. The vast majority are men over 50 years of age and people struggling with chronic cardiovascular diseases. Where do erectile dysfunction really come from?
Impotence means an abnormality in the achievement of sexual satisfaction. The most important factor in the risk group is vascular disease. In addition, there is obesity and poor eating habits, which contribute to the damage to blood vessels. The best solution for effective fight against impotence is to change the diet, which is conducive to longer sexual performance and prevents erectile dysfunction.
Contraindicated products for potency
Highly processed products, the consumption of red meat and fatty products leads to so-called oxidative stress, which is associated with the presence of a significant amount of free radicals, i.e. molecules that cause various inflammations. To prevent the accumulation of free radicals, it is not enough to avoid processed products, but also to include in your daily menu ingredients containing antioxidants that inhibit harmful processes occurring in the body. In addition, they delay the ageing processes of cells. Diet should include products with a high fibre content. The daily intake of high levels of fatty acids, especially animal fats, should be avoided, while the intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids, i.e. fish, olive oil and rapeseed oil, should be increased. It is necessary to avoid eating cereal products, i.e. white bread, small groats, pasta made of white flour. Too many saturated ingredients increase the concentration of cholesterol in the blood, which is not conducive to potency.
A special male potency diet is based on the supply of essential vitamins and minerals. Vegetables and fruits that are rich in vitamin C, considered to be the queen of vitamins prolonging youth, are: broccoli, garlic, kale, cauliflower, white cabbage, red, chives, tomato, parsley, lemon, orange, kiwi, raspberry, strawberry. Products that are rich in beta-carotene include: Brussels sprouts, asparagus beans, green peas, lettuce, leek, carrots, peaches, apricots and plums. The diet should not lack flavonoids, i.e. compounds that are natural antioxidants with antioxidant properties. Most of them can be found in lettuce, beans, peas, soybeans, lentils, etc. The most of them can be found in lettuce, beans, peas, soybeans, lentils, etc. It is recommended to choose lean meat, lean dairy products, vegetable oils instead of animal oils and desserts prepared at home.