A recent study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the University of East Anglia published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed promising news for men.
Those men who ate a specific type of fruits had a much lower risk of ED than men who ate none or very little of them. And eating more, could drastically improve their condition.
The real good news is that these fruits are available in every supermarket, are extremely tasty and are not going to break your budget.
Researchers analyzed data collected by the “Health Professionals Follow-Up Study” with 25,096 middle-aged and elderly subjects.
Subjects’ dietary habits were collected every four years via questionnaires, and their ability to get and maintain an erection was measured via a number of questionnaires dating back to 1986.
They excluded men who were in poor health.
Researchers found that men who ate flavones, flavones, and anthocyanins were 14% less likely to have ED than men who had none of these in their diets. All three these substances are types of flavonoids.
Flavones and flavones appear abundantly in citrus fruits, while you can obtain anthocyanins from cherries, blueberries, blackberries, red grapes, and even red wine.