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Are you a fan of pistachio nuts? Fortunately if you are a man who regularly eat snacks quite expensive import this valuable.
According to one study, it turns nut snacking habits have a positive effect for the The Adam in maintaining the ‘masculinity’.
As published in the latest edition of the International Journal of impotence Research: The Journal of Sexual Medicine, the habit of eating pistachios may improve sexual function in men who have symptoms of impotence or erectile dysfunction.
Researchers in Turkey involve the volunteers who provided snacks pistachios 100 grams (about one cup) at lunchtime. Consumption be done every day for three weeks. At the end of the study found, 17 volunteers recorded a score of 50 percent better on the questionnaire about ED than their score before the consumption of peanuts.
The volunteers also showed improvements in erectile function, satisfaction, sat having sex, orgasm and sexual arousal functions. Even the blood flow to the penis also showed an increase of about 22 percent by ultrasound measurements.
“Pistachio nuts contain non-essential amino sam arginine is relatively high, which seems to retain the flexibility of the arteries and increase blood flow and trigger nitric oxide, a substance that relaxes blood vessels,” said one researcher, Mustafa Aldemir of Atatürk Teaching and Research Hospital in Turkey.
The young male volunteers were also reportedly involved in this study showed significant improvement of cholesterol levels. This is because pistachios are also rich in unsaturated fatty acids, fiber and plant sterols. Previous research also showed a relationship between cholesterol levels with impotence or erectile dysfunction.
Although this finding may tempt you to immediately buy pistachios, the researchers assert that the results of this research is still in its early stages. So, if you really are experiencing problems with sexual function, consult with a physician is the wisest step, rather than just snacked on peanut imports.
March 9, 2011 Comments Off
Pistachios And Peanuts For Erectile Dysfunction
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