Food is the daily supply of nutrients that keeps you going. It’s also the main thing that helps keep your body healthy and stay fit.
Without the right nutrients entering your body through the foods you eat, you will suffer from physical weakness, malnutrition and various other health problems.
How Food Affects Erection Strength And Penis Size
I bet you didn’t know that food has a direct impact on the size of your penis. That’s right, and not many people are aware just how much certain things have on our bodies. For example, the pants you wear can disrupt the process of spermatogenesis (the production of sperm in the testes) by being too tight. Appearance is important, but it is not worth sacrificing a few million sperm cells to look good in a pair of tight jeans.
The key to finding the foods that enhance your penis is to look for foods that increase blood flow. Certain substances, called vasolidators work by relaxing smooth muscles that are found in the walls of blood vessels. Some examples are tuna, salmon, eggs, milk, liver, and vegetables like broccoli, carrots, tomatoes and sweet potatoes.
So Can Food Add Me 3 Inches?
No, these foods wont add inches, but they do provide an excellent source of nutrients that will promote good blood flow which is key for maintaining erection hardness. If your circulatory system is in shape, by eating the right foods, then more blood can pass through your sex organs giving you a slightly longer and much thicker erection.
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