These 5 foods give men super engorged erections

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And you only need to eat one….

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Eating one of these 5 foods can give you bigger, more engorged erections

Believe it or not, the secret to getting huge, vein-bursting erections is great blood flow.

And there are 5 simple and delicious foods that greatly improve male blood flow, especially to the sexual organs.

You’ll know these foods are working when you feel your penis swelling up with hot, pumping blood…

And you’ll be able to stay rigid and engorged for longer, thanks to that oxygen-rich blood flow.

Just eat one of these 5 foods to get great blood flow to the penis and enjoy huge, engorged erections.

PS. This also lowers blood pressure naturally! Win-win.


Change what you like to eat with this little taste bud trick.

There is an English phrase “develop a taste for…”

Usually we use it in the context of something bitter such as beer or sauerkraut.

Here’s how one on-line dictionary puts it:

“To ‘develop a taste for’ something means to begin to like how it tastes, after eating or drinking it several times. You especially use this phrase to talk about food or drinks that most people don’t like at first.”

But, if you are trying to eat less of the ultra-processed foods that are making most of us sick, then you want to eat more fruits and veggies…

Fortunately, “developing a taste for them” is something you can do. Even if you don’t particularly like them.

Here’s how, according to science:

Bitter-Induced Salivary Proteins Increase Detection Threshold of Quinine, But Not Sucrose
Why develop a taste for fruits and veggies?

Americans have terrible diets. So does much of the rest of the world, but the USA is the worst.

In the United States we eat food that has been stripped of its nutrients or food that is ultra-processed – all the time.

According to a Northwestern Medicine study:

“Among the top 25 manufacturers by sales volume, 86% of products were classified as ultra-processed.”

The problem is that ultra-processed foods taste good.

Most people think they taste REALLY good.

I don’t personally like them so much, but that’s because I don’t eat them much.

But… If I start eating ultra-processed foods – white chocolate, for example – I can eat way more than I should really quickly.

That’s why I don’t buy things like white chocolate very often.

Instead I eat a TON of fruit and well-cooked veggies.

What if I don’t like veggies and fruit?

The problem is that lots of people know what they should eat, but don’t particularly like fruits and veggies. Or at least they don’t like them yet

But the human body is AMAZING. You can get it to adapt to liking stuff that you don’t like now.

You just need to know how it works.

The basic idea is that the food you eat will change how you perceive its taste.

I’m going to say that again in a different way because it’s a strange idea…

The food you eat CHANGES the physical structure of your saliva.

And that CHANGES how you taste food at the physical level.

It’s pretty cool.

“We’ve shown in previous work with rats that changing your diet changes what proteins are in your saliva. Now we’re showing that the proteins in your saliva change how you taste.”

Here’s the thing…

If you start to change your diet significantly or even add one food regularly, then you will often start to really LIKE that food.

Even if you hated it before.

“Understanding [that] with tastewe’re dealing with something that’s moveable is significant.”

How food tastes to us is not a fixed thing.

It’s something that changes DEPENDING on what you eat.

And if you eat fruits and well-cooked veggies, then you will start to like those items more.

You’ll develop a taste for them.

“Animals with these bitter-induced salivary proteins turned on cannot taste the bitterness at higher concentrations than animals who do not have the same protein activated… Once these proteins are on board, the bitter tastes like water. It’s gone.”

Unfortunately, there is no clear data on how much of a food you need to eat to start this change process where you end up liking it.

“Our data doesn’t provide a number, such as 12 servings of broccoli… However, for people who avoid these foods because of their bitterness, but would like to include them in their diet, they should know their taste will eventually change…”

Just expose yourself to a food on a regular basis and your tastes are very likely to change over time.

Eating lots of fruit and well-cooked veggies is protective.

Knowing this is valuable, because it’s hard to work up enthusiasm for something that just tastes bad.

But if you know that it’s going to eventually taste better, then it’s easier to eat it so you can get to that point.

That’s good news, because fruit and well-cooked vegetables are incredibly protective…

Adding them to your diet can dramatically help your health.

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Busy executives are using it to keep their energy levels high…

Husbands are using it to slim down and impress their wives in bed…

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