What is the relationship between diet and penis size? Is there one? Can the foods we eat have a radical affect on the robustness, or size of our erections? If so… HOW so? Do supplements work the same way? And if yes… which ones are best? And most importantly, how exactly does the relationship between food, and nutrition manifest in areas like men’s health, anatomy and manhood overall?
Any of these questions sound familiar? If they do… this article was written with YOU in mind. Continue reading as we explore one of the more compelling, yet controversial areas of mens health, male sexuality, as well as some of the big myths, misconceptions and marketing misinformation that is all too prevalent in the PE marketplace below.
Categorized: Nutrition, Diet and Penis Size
First, it’s important to understand just how controversial this area has become. And NOT because there isn’t a proven relationship (there is). But rather, because many unscrupulous promoters of enlargement supplements, herbs, potions, lotions and ointments have tried to leverage this relationship to sell more products. The truth is, there is no part of your anatomy right now whose performance is not DIRECTLY related to both proper nutrition, and the level of exercise and attention you place on that area.
All areas of the body have their own unique nutritional and dietary needs… and no 2 body parts are the same. For example, your brain requires different nutrients to operate optimally than your heart does.
Exercises for your brain (cognitive exercises like mediation, problem solving and playing with puzzles) are very different than exercises you might do for cardiovascular health.
Your “male anatomy” is not all that different.
Erection size is tied directly to the amount of blood flow that is allowed to travel to and through the penis while aroused. The less blood that is permitted to enter the primary penile chamber (often referred to as the corposa cavernosa) the less robust, and anatomically optimal your erection will become.
It’s a scientific fact that many men who have naturally well endowed anatomies don’t “appear” nearly as large as they should be, simply because their nutrition and dietary lifestyle impedes the ability of their anatomy to retain blood while aroused.
Alcohol, nicotine, sugar, saturated fat and high levels of processed foods are known to constrict and contract the blood vessels that regulate erection size, and lead to suboptimal flow to and through the corposa caversnosa.
(Alcohol is also the #1 cause of FULL Erectile Dysfunction as well, which is simply the inability of any erection at all).
Conversely, a diet rich in omega fatty acids found in fish, phytonutrients found in deeply colored fruits and vegetables and nitric oxide producing compounds will MAXIMIZE your natural ability to maintain an erection. (And can potentially add 20% more blood to your anatomy as well when excited).
The more your blood vessels open during sex, the longer and stronger your erection can become.
This is NOT however about changingchaing the underlying size of the penis, but rather, about maximizing what you do have to best effect.
The ONE takeaway you really ought to know?
Buyer beware! Just like you wouldn’t expect 3 days in the gym to give you the body you deserve, male enhancement is about slow progress and getting great gains over time. IF you are promised something that sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
The more oxygenated your blood is, the better your erection will be. Exercise and diet are the 2 major factors in increasing the nitric oxide supply in the blood. Doing this naturally through diet is FAR superior than buying a supplement (which don’t work nearly as well).
(Note: the tissue in the penis can be thickened by stressing it, and this is often done through either exercise or medical grade traction devices).