Men's Health

Pistachio Nuts Shown to Improve Erectile Function


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It would appear that scientists at the Atatürk Teaching and Research Hospital in Ankara, Turkey have found a tasty alternative to Viagra. According to their study conducted on 17 married male patients, who have suffered from erectile disfunction (ED) for at least 12 months, a diet of 100 g of pistachio nuts daily, which corresponds to 20% of the daily calorie intake, for 3 weeks improved all five domains of International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) scores.

Testosterone Does Not Improve Function In Older Men


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As men get older, many of them experience a decline in hormone levels, which has been linked to many signs and symptoms of ageing. In a Dutch University medical center study the use of testosterone supplements has been shown to increase lean body mass and reduce fat mass in older men, but has failed to show an improvement in functional mobility, bone mineral density, muscle strength or mental ability.