Is there a ‘nat­u­ral’ Vi­a­gra that can make me a sex god?

Men's Fitness - - Fuel | The Sex Diet -

“Well, if you be­lieve the in­ter­net, cho­co­late, straw­ber­ries, eggs and var­i­ous nuts are all guar­an­teed to give you a boner that is strong enough to go through dry­wall,” says Dr Seth Co­hen, a pro­fes­sor of urol­ogy at New York Univer­sity. “I have guys who come in to see me, and they’re like, ‘If I eat half a bag of al­monds, is that go­ing to im­prove my erec­tions?’ I’m like, ‘I don’t fuck­ing know. Dude, re­ally?’ As if 16 ounces of al­monds will give you a rag­ing boner. I mean, come on now.”

The most im­por­tant thing to do for great sex is to eat a well-bal­anced Mediter­ranean­type diet. “Over time, it’ll lower your choles­terol, im­prove your car­diac out­put – which is im­por­tant, be­cause the small blood ves­sels in your pe­nis are the same di­am­e­ter as the ves­sels in your heart – help you lose weight and, in the end, give you a bet­ter boner than any spe­cific food at any par­tic­u­lar pe­riod of time,” says Co­hen.

“That be­ing said, yes, there are a few things that can im­prove blood flow more im­me­di­ately. For in­stance, caf­feine makes your heart rate go up. When your heart rate goes up, your car­diac out­put goes up, and that means all the or­gans in your body get more blood flow. So a pill that has in­gre­di­ents like ni­trates, L-arginine, L-cit­rulline, plus caf­feine, then it’s prob­a­bly go­ing to give you a bet­ter boner.”

Don’t rely on these short-term so­lu­tions, though, Co­hen says. “Be sure to play both the short and the long game.”

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