Most erectile issues many people have is determined by the kinds of food they eat before intercourse or regularly. Our body system function based on the food we consume and that's why eating certain foods before intimacy can reduce your intercourse drive or cause erectile dysfunction.
Meanwhile, there are some things you eat that can make your intercourse experience go well. Onion is one of them because of its compounds. In this piece in line with a publication on "Medical News Today", we are going to have some looks at the reason why you should eat onion before intercourse.
According to a study, onions are good sources of several nutrients and antioxidants that the body required to function effectively. Men with low intercourse drive are advised to start eating raw onions regularly to boost and improve their intercourse hormones.
In animal studies, experts found that a daily intake of fresh onion juice for 4 weeks significantly increased serum total testosterone levels in men. This process can treat erectile dysfunction, early discharge, weak hard-on, and other types of erectile issues.
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