January 24, 2012

Could Vegan Be the New Viagra?

loving-couple-eating-strawberry.jpgIf you're swayed by the notion that part of being "macho" is ferociously devouring the flesh and fluids of animals, you may want to take a step back and reconsider. According to a new video by the makers of Forks Over Knives, the revolutionary documentary film empowering consumers to take control of their lives by changing the way they eat, consumption of meat, milk and eggs has a direct correlation to decreased libido.

In this video, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Terry Mason and Kathy Freston discuss how the animal food products at the cornerstone of a typical Western diet trigger cardiovascular diseases that lead to impotence and lower sex drive. Heart disease and high blood pressure not only reduce blood flow to the heart and brain, which can result in heart attacks and strokes, they decrease blood flow throughout the body, including to the penis and clitoris. Without blood flow to these areas, erection and arousal are stunted.

 

Dr. Mason explains, "If you have vascular disease anywhere, you have it everywhere ... Erectile dysfunction is actually the first clinical indicator of generalized cardiovascular disease." So enhance your sex life and prevent impotence by ditching that artery-clogging burger and switching to a compassionate vegan diet.

Visit ChooseVeg.com for an array of mouthwatering, cruelty-free recipes and meal ideas.
 
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