Erectile dysfunction is a growing problem. Therefore, our compatriots cannot claim that this problem does not concern them either. Among the people struggling with it dominate men, who are over 50 years of age. However, potency can be compromised by other serious diseases that men face.
The term impotence is used primarily to describe the irregularities we are dealing with in order to achieve satisfaction with sexual intercourse. Vascular disease seems to come to the fore here, but the causes of potency problems also include poor eating habits and obesity. So if these problems are becoming more and more pronounced, and it is difficult to determine their specific cause, the best solution seems to be a change in diet.
Don't eat what?
There is a large group of products whose consumption may have a particularly adverse effect on our sexual life. It is worth mentioning here, among others, highly processed products, red meat and fatty products. They are tasty, but eating them leads to the so-called oxidative stress associated with the presence of large quantities of so-called free radicals. There's a problem here, by the way. Resignation from highly processed products may not be enough, so it is worthwhile to include in the daily menu also those products that are known to allow for effective fight against free radicals. You should take care of both meals rich in antioxidants and those containing high levels of fiber in their composition. The intake of large amounts of animal fats is not acceptable, but nothing prevents us from increasing the intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are rich in fish and olive oil, for example. Cereal products, especially white bread, small groats and pasta made of white flour, can also be unfavourable for potency.
If you are looking for a special diet for potency, you should first focus on making it rich in both vitamins and minerals. Here, special attention should be paid to vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C, so it is worth remembering that the potency is favourably influenced by: white and red cabbage, kale, garlic, cauliflower, lemon, orange, raspberry, strawberry and kiwi. Products with a high beta-carotene content can also be a valuable support. In this context, green peas and leek are particularly valuable, but carrots, apricots, plums and peaches are also useful.