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Mediterranean Diet Lowers Risk For Erectile Dysfunction


Up to 15% of American men experience erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives. According to new research, what a man eats may play a role in the condition. According to UPI, a healthy diet can reduce men's risk for ED by more than 20%. Men who followed the Mediterranean Diet were 22% less likely to develop erectile dysfunction. An 18% reduction in ED was seen in men over 60, who ate Mediterranean Diet foods. While a 7% reduction in ED risk was seen in men over 70 years old who ate a healthy diet. The Mediterranean diet centers on vegetables, fruits, herbs, nuts, beans, and whole grains.

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