WARNING: #1 Disease That Causes Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Impotence

These days, I get a lot of questions about erectile dysfunction (ED) and impotence. It’s become a lot more common now, than a few decades ago because of multiple reasons. The first is hormonal imbalances ...

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These days, I get a lot of questions about erectile dysfunction (ED) and impotence. It’s become a lot more common now, than a few decades ago because of multiple reasons.

The first is hormonal imbalances and lower testosterone levels because of

  • Higher stress and faster pace lifestyle
  • Lack of key nutrients due to poor food production – pesticides, hormones in meats, etc.
  • Low physical activity and higher body fats

Hormonal imbalances due to the environment and aging, causes physical symptoms of erectile problems, in addition to “emotional” problems with lowered sex drive, libido and the DESIRE to have sex.

Remember, hormones affect you both physically and emotionally.

However, there men who have ED, who have a normal sex drive and “desire”, but simply can’t get an erection or have difficulty maintaining it during sex.

And in these situations, this tends to be more of a VASCULAR problem due to poor blood flow and circulation.

What Causes ED?

Remember, In order to achieve an erection, three conditions must occur:

  • the nerves to the penis must be functioning properly
  • the blood circulation to the penis must be adequate
  • there must be a stimulus from the brain

If there is something interfering with any or all of these conditions, a full erection will be prevented.

#1 Disease That Causes ED

There are different diseases that can cause erectile dysfunction. However, today I’m going to quickly discuss the #1 causing disease, which accounts for over 70% of physical-related causes of ED and that’s vascular disease!1,2

Simply stated, vascular diseases affect your blood vessels and restrict blood flow to your heart, brain and in the case of ED — your penis.

In fact, more specifically, atherosclerosis, which is the hardening of your arteries, accounts for almost 60% of ED cases in men over the age of 55!1,3

Erectile Dysfunction – A Sign Of Heart Disease?

What’s interesting is that the newest research shows that men with ED typically also have heart problems.5 Thus, ED is a pre-warning sign that you may have a heart attack or stroke in the future because you have a buildup of plaque and calcium in your blood vessels.5

How To Improve Your Blood Flow

The older we get, the worse your circulation becomes. This affects your entire body – from head to your two, inside and out. Remember, your blood contains oxygen, youthful hormones and nutrients to feed all of your cells.

So you must improve your circulation for better health and longevity and this first starts with improving your lifestyle. This means:

  • Reduce or eliminate fried fats. Eat natural, raw fats – raw nuts and seeds, avocados, extra virgin olive oil, fish oils and similar uncooked fats.
  • Choose wild caught fish and cage-free poultry more often than red meat.
  • Eliminate dairy, sugars and caffeine.
  • Exercise more.
  • If you smoke, quit.
  • Lose extra weight.
  • Eat more soluble fiber. Good sources are fruits, beans, peas, oats and fiber supplements.
  • Manage stress and get more rest.

These are the basics and I’m sure you already know most of these suggestions. Lifestyle improvements take time to see the benefits, so please be patient!

However, you have to make the changes or else things will only get worse.

Faster Results, With Less Effort

Your next option if you want faster results with less effort, is to take specific herbs, vitamins and minerals that are clinically proven to help improve blood flow and circulation. While also strengthening your vascular system and making your blood vessels and arteries more flexible, to help prevent a heart attack or stroke.

This all translates to a healthier heart, mind and of course, better, harder and stronger erections.

However, important supplements you should take specific for improving your blood flow are:

  • Vit C, D3, E and K2-7. In addition to a good magnesium blend with calcium.
  • Amino Acids: N-Acetyl L-Cysteine and a specific Carnitine blend.
  • Extracts: Ginger, Green Tea, White Willow and Nattokinase

The above combination works wonders and this is exactly what I’ve used with my own father to improve his blood flow after he had a stroke. And he saw and felt results in less than 30 days.


If you want to finally fix your ED problems and dramatically improve your sex drive, make sure you improve your hormones and don’t forget to ALSO improve your blood flow.

Your heart, mind AND penis will thank you!

A Fast & Easy Solution For Improving Blood Flow & Circulation

There are a few important ways for improving your blood flow and circulation - diet and exercise being two important factors.

Unfortunately, they take lots of time and most people are either NOT patient or need faster results, with less effort...

This is the exact problem I ran into with my own parents.

Because of this, I needed to find a simple, easy and fast solution for improving their blood flow in less than 30 days, without the use of harmful drugs, worthless supplements or following a restrictive diet.

If this is something you're also interested in, you can easily copy this "proven formula", implement it and start seeing and feeling results within days...

YES! - Improve My Blood Flow

  1. Thomson IM, Tangen CM, Goodman PJ, et al. Erectile Dysfunction and Subsequent Cardiovascular Disease. JAMA. 2005;294(23):2996-3002.
  2. Böhm M, Baumhäkel M, Teo K, et al. Erectile Dysfunction Predicts Cardiovascular Events in High-Risk Patients Receiving Telmisartan, Ramipril, or Both. Circulation. 2010;121:1439-1446.
  3. National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse. Erectile dysfunction. http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/ED/index.aspx Accessed 4/27/2012.
  4. National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse. What I Need to Know about Erection Problems. http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/KUDiseases/pubs/ED_EZ/index.aspx Accessed 4/27/2012.
  5. Schwartz BG, et al. Cardiovascular implications of erectile dysfunction. Circulation. 2011;123:e609.