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If you are impotent, go to your doctor and get tests to measure your cholesterol, HBA1C to see if you are diabetic, a blood test for testosterone, and a prolactin to see if you have a brain tumor. If your cholesterol is high, or you have diabetes you should be on a heart attack prevention program that will also help you to regain your potency.
If all of the tests are normal, you should still be on a heart attack-prevention program because the odds are overwhelming that anything that helps prevent heart attacks will also help prevent and treat impotence. Go on a diet that is based on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, seeds and nuts; reduce your intake of meat, chicken, and whole milk diary products. Avoid smoking and being overweight. Reduce your intake of bakery products and added sugars.
Start an exercise program. The message is that the more vigorous your exercise program, the less likely you are to be impotent. ED Eliminator Review
Now that the information is out, women will be even more likely to seek out men who are fit.Shaving on and around the penis is being done by males not just for surgery anymore. Just take a look around the locker room the next time you’re at the gym.
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