How to Clean your Arteries for Better Erectile Strength

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How can you clean your arteries for better erectile strength? Like many other health related issues…erectile health starts in the kitchen!

What you eat can significantly affect the health of your arteries and blood flow. Similarly, but to a lesser extent, exercising regularly is also essential for good cardiovascular health.

But let’s go back to our main subject…the penis.

Basically, a penis doesn’t need much in terms of support to function well – it mainly needs a healthy diet and a steady flow of blood – especially when it comes to sexual activities.

So, by simply boosting your diet with specific nutrients – from vitamins to plant extracts – you can improve blood flow…and thus, erectile strength.

Let’s explore what can clean your arteries for better erectile strength!

How to Clean your Arteries for Better Erectile Strength

Diet

Health starts in the kitchen…and this is particularly true for a healthy cardiovascular system. Your heart and arteries are crucial elements that need to be healthy when you are getting jiggy jiggy in the bedroom.

So, to take care of those and improve their health, you will have to improve your diet. Also, if you want to see real changes happening and staying – you will have to fully embrace a healthier lifestyle.

Sure, you will see improvements if you reduce fast food and sugar. However, if the rest of your diet doesn’t include much veggies or healthy fats, you won’t get to see very satisfying results.

So, what to include into your next shopping list?

Here’s a chart of some great foods to clean up your arteries:

Foods

Benefits

Spinach

This leafy green should be a staple in your fridge and/or freezer. It provides a significant amount of magnesium, a mineral that reduces inflammation and boosts blood flow.

Banana

Bananas are ideal for hearty breakfasts or as a post-workout snack. Moreover, they are rich in potassium, a mineral that keeps your sodium levels under control and thus, your blood pressure.

Watermelon

This gorgeous summery fruit is packed with citrulline. An amino acid that promotes the production of nitric oxide, a gas that increases blood flow.

Ginger

A single teaspoon of ginger weekly can improve heart and artery health, blood flow, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. So, spice up your food! (1)

Pomegranate

This little gem is an excellent source of antioxidants that improve blood flow and support healthy erectile function.

Dark Chocolate (min. 70%)

Cacao is delicious but without the addition of ludicrous amounts of sugar, it’s also extremely healthy! This treat can lower stress levels, boost libido and increase blood flow by relaxing your arteries.

Oats

Oatmeal makes a hearty breakfast that won’t leave you knackered at 10am. This wholegrain can help lower cholesterol, which is the main culprit for clogged arteries.

Salmon

Salmon and fatty fishes are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. These are essential to keep your cardiovascular system healthy and raise dopamine levels. A neurotransmitter that can also boost circulation and blood flow. (2)

Pumpkin Seeds

Don’t throw them away, roast them! Pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc and magnesium, two minerals that can boost T levels and growth factor hormone.

Brazil Nuts

These nuts are the best source of selenium. A mineral that is paramount for good sexual health and testosterone levels.

Asparagus

Full of fibre, asparagus are ideal to clean your arteries. These delicious green twigs help reduce blood pressure and prevent blood clots.

Avocado

While rich in fats, avocados are rich in healthy fats. This fruit lowers blood pressure and cholesterol.

Broccoli

Not unlike spinach, broccoli should always be in your fridge. Loaded with vitamin K, this vegetable prevents calcium from damaging your arteries. Also, the high amount of fibre lowers blood pressure. Finally, a compound in broccoli prevents plaque build-up in arteries.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Ditch the Caesar dressing and do a vinaigrette instead! Extra virgin olive oil is rich in monounsaturated oleic acid, an essential fatty acid that lower “bad” cholesterol. However, avoid using it to cook, prefer cooking with coconut oil or organic butter.

Lifestyle Changes

Other factors can also positively impact the health of your arteries, heart and erections.

The following changes aren’t meant to be done at once. Implement one change at the time!

1. Quit Smoking

Smoking is terrible for the health of your arteries. Simply by stopping the stinky stick, you will improve your erectile strength and general health too.

2. Exercise Regularly and Keep the Stress at Bay

Regular physical activity is paramount for cardiovascular health. Additionally, it will improve your energy levels, reduce inflammation and can help you unclog arteries!

Moreover, exercise is a great stress reliever. And as you may know, stress can easily increase blood pressure and that’s highly unhelpful for the health of your arteries.

3. Lose Weight

Excess weight is associated with an increased risk of disease – especially diabetes and cardiovascular disease. So, losing weight will definitely be beneficial for your arteries and consequently, for your erections. And it won’t hurt your self-esteem either!

4. Manage your Blood Sugars

If you are diabetic or at risk, this advice needs to be acted upon ASAP.

Poorly managed diabetes will significantly affect blood flow and the health of arteries. Make sure you adjust your diet well – so stay away from carb loaded meals and sugar, and watch your blood sugars.

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5. Check your Testosterone Levels

Healthy testosterone levels are crucial to have good erections and a healthy sexual life in general. Make sure that your T levels are good enough.

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6. Improve your Sleeping Habits

A good night of sleep does more than just a brain reset. All of your organs and tissues repair and replenish themselves.

Good sleeping patterns are also essential to make sure your hormones work properly and that’s very important for your T levels…and your erections.


“How to clean your arteries for better erectile strength” was written by Michael King.

(1) The Effects of Ginger on Fasting Blood Sugar, Hemoglobin A1c, Apolipoprotein B, Apolipoprotein A-I and Malondialdehyde in Type 2 Diabetic Patients. Nafiseh Khandouzi, Farzad Shidfar, Asadollah Rajab, Tayebeh Rahideh, Payam Hosseini and Mohsen Mir Taherif. Iran J Pharm Res. 2015

(2) Effects of dopamine on systemic and regional blood flow and metabolism in septic and cardiac surgery patients. Jakob SM, Ruokonen E, Takala J. Shock. 2002

Michael King