What's Going On Here?
New documentary ‘Game Changers’, strips bare the misconceptions which surround meat and its label of superiority when it comes to protein, masculinity, muscles and sporting success.
A key section of the documentary focuses on Dr Aaron Spitz’s study which tracked the strength, longevity and number of erections had by three American university athletes. The results...eating a plant-based diet can boost your erection by nearly 500%.
What Does This Mean?
Yeah, it’s me talking about sex again, but this time it’s different trust me. Have a read...
We know that protein is essential for growth, repair, energy and overall maintenance of our bodies, but exactly where we get our protein from is certainly a topic of great debate with the rise of veganism, which has quadrupled in the past 4 years here in the UK, and one that this documentary shows is not necessarily best coming from animal sources.
In the documentary, author of The Penis Book Dr Aaron Spitz, conducted an experiment which showed the effect a plant-based diet can have on the quality of blood and endurance. But what has this got to do with erections? Well, just that, ENDURANCE.
“When I think of a manly man, I think of someone who has strength, endurance, sexual prowess and fertility. ‘In fact, what the scientific studies are showing, is that the more meat men eat, the more quickly they lose their…manly manhood.” Dr Spitz, explains.
The study involved placing two rings on the participants’ penises, one at the base and the other at the tip. These measured the strength, longevity and number of hard-ons had by them, over the course of two nights following different meal choices. Night 1’s meal was a meat-based burrito and Night 2’s meal, a plant-based burrito.
All three athletes’ results improved on Night 2 following their plant-based burrito, with one of them seeing a 477% difference in how many minutes he had an erection for.
Overall, Dr Spitz’s research reveals that a plant-based diet can result in providing optimal fuel, increase blood flow, make muscles more efficient and speed recovery by lowering inflammation.