Simple Detox for erectile dysfunction

The worst enemies of sexual power are smoking, alcohol, tea, and coffee; and all processed, canned, refined, and denatured foods, especially white sugar and white flour, and products made from them. If you can avoid them, you have won half the war.

Diet is an important factor in treating sexual debility. To begin with, carry out the spring detox and be on an exclusive fresh-fruit diet for a week, taking three meals a day of fresh juicy fruits. After the all-fruit diet, gradually embark upon a well-balanced diet consisting of seeds, nuts, grains, vegetables, and fruits, with generous use of special rejuvenative foods such as whey, milk- particularly cow or goat's milk, millet , garlic, honey, cold- pressed vegetable oils. Add the above mentioned ingredients as per your tastes, availability and time available to cook.

Search for natural viagra ends in kitchen. Viagra is supposed to take care of erectile dysfunction first. Many are suffering from this problem (erectile dysfunction). Excess working, lack of adequate good quality sleep, psychological illness such as depression which lowers sexual drive and erectile function, tiredness, alcohol abuse, the therapeutic use of synthetic estrogens, paralysis of parasympathetic nerves by drugs or permanent damage to them, diabetes, and insulin resistance are few of the reasons for sexual weakness. Other causes include a devitalized condition of the system in general. The main problem of erectile dysfunction is the apprehension created by an earlier failure, which generates a good deal of anxiety for the next time. There can be a total lack of erection from beginning of sexual life, or erection cannot be sustained longer.

- Dr.Shirish Bhate

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