The Physicians Committee urged the Meat Week founders to rename the event Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Acceptance Week, alerting men to the consequences of meat consumption. The adverse consequences of eating meat have been written about for more than a century. Cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity are just a few of the health repercussions. Eating a healthy plant based diet in our American culture can be challenging. It’s the American way to eat food that makes you fat and sick. Since 1997 I have been coaching clients on how they can learn self hypnosis and easily change their food lifestyle for themselves and for their family. If you are ready to protect the health of the ones that you love call or email me from where ever you are. Together, you and I can create a program to support you in healthy lifestyle choices.
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Impotence: It’s Not You. It’s Meat
In January, the “Meat Week” campaign promotes meat consumption in cities across the United States. In response, the Physicians Committee urged the Meat Week founders to rename the event Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Acceptance Week, alerting men to the consequences of meat consumption.
“By embracing the name Erectile Dysfunction Acceptance Week…you’ll help men understand that erectile dysfunction is just another side effect of eating meat, like constipation, high cholesterol, and obesity,” wrote Susan Levin, M.S., R.D., director of nutrition education for the Physicians Committee.
Meat-heavy diets are responsible for the arterial narrowing that leads to both heart disease and ED. The cholesterol and saturated fat in meat can clog arteries and cut off blood flow to the heart (causing a heart attack), brain (causing a stroke), and genitals (causing impotence). Obesity and elevated cholesterol levels—both classic signs of a meat-heavy diet—are also tied to ED.
Arterial blockages can be reversed with a plant-based diet, and even a modest diet improvement can help. One study found that normal sexual function returned in almost one-third of the men who ate a healthier diet, compared with a 5 percent recovery in the control group.
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Men, embrace your masculinity. Man up and start eating the plant based foods that make you healthy and slender. If you think it’s macho to have constipation, high cholesterol, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and obesity, then go ahead and have your steak. Personally, I love the freedom of health and physical activity that my starch based eating provides me. I don’t want dead flesh. Swap that limp sausage for a carrot!
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