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The Impact of Meat on Your Meat

Uncategorized Oct 21, 2021

Feast your eyes on this bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed, grilled-to-perfection homemade burger topped with caramelized onions and mushrooms. This monstrosity of a meal was made for yours truly as I celebrated my 31st birthday in May. 

You’ll notice that the burger occupies about 80% of the plate and there is just a handful of greens which are occupying about 10%. I decided the remaining 10% was better left empty than filled with more greens. It was my birthday, after all. 

I don’t know about you, but if I had things my way, I would portion every meal to be 100% meat, cheese, and other delicious, decadent foods. Why eat the greens?

Well, aside from the fact that “your mom told you they’re good for you” it turns out that eating greens is actually good for your meat (I’m not talking about the burger). In fact, loading up in the produce aisle will work wonders for your sausage (hopefully you get the innuendo by now).

Stronger erections, increased libido, and lasting *meat* health are just some of the by-products of eating fresh veggies, fruits, and nuts according to this book by Dr Aaron Spitz, MD. Yes, that’s right – if you want healthy nuts, eat more nuts. If you’re dealing with ED (Erectile Dysfunction), poor sex drive, weak sexual performance or anything else along those lines, diet might be part of the issue.

Not only that, it turns out excessive amounts of meat might not be that great for your sexual health, even if it’s grass-fed and organic. Research is showing that higher levels of animal protein consumption has adverse effects on blood vessel health, essentially the same way that excess fat or carbs would. Anything that affects blood vessel health affects your burger (you know what I mean).

Whether you’re 25 or 85, let this be a great reminder that your sexuality is deeply woven into every fibre of your being and life. From diet to exercise, relationships to religion, habits to health, the choices you make on a daily basis will affect your lifestyle, sexual health included.

Cheering you on,

PS. No, I’m not afraid to use the word p3nis. I simply had to find a clever way to skirt around your spam filter ;). This is also why I didn’t mention the title of “the book”. Click the link, you’ll see what I mean.

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