Study suggests exercise may help prevent ED

08/21/2013 | FoodConsumer.org

Data from an East Carolina University study suggested exercise may help prevent erectile dysfunction linked to a diet high in saturated fat, sugar and omega-6 fatty acids. The study, conducted with rats, also found that those fed a healthy diet did not develop erectile dysfunction or coronary artery problems regardless of whether they exercised.

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