Nitric oxide is good for erections. Some foods support the production of nitric acid within the body.

Increasing nitric acid (NO) production in your body can be achieved by exercise, supplements, and diet.

Specific foods to target are fresh vegetables and fruits, legumes, whole grains, and nuts. According to Dr. John Cooke, head of Stanford Medical School’s vascular unit, the goal is to consume nutrient-dense foods high in antioxidants, including vitamins B, folate, C, and E. These foods have properties that improve NO levels, and thus, your vascular health.

Foods to Add to Your Diet

Vitamin A (Carotenoids)
•Apricots
•Cantaloupe
•Spinach
•Broccoli
•Carrots
•Sweet potatoes
•Tomatoes
•Winter squashes

Vitamin B12
•Fish
•Eggs
•Meat (occasional and very lean meat)
•Poultry

Vitamin B6
•Fortified cereals
•Beans
•Meat (occasional and very lean meat)
•Poultry
•Fish
•Certain fruits and vegetables

Vitamin C
•Broccoli
•Oranges
•Cantaloupe
•Lemons
•Peppers (sweet and hot)
•Tomatoes
•Citrus fruits

Vitamin E
•Vegetable oils
•Nuts
•Leafy green vegetables
•Fortified cereals
•Wheat germ

Fiber
•Blueberries
•Carrots
•Prunes
•Raisins
•Oranges
•Sweet potatoes
•Whole grain breads
•Oatmeal
•Bran flakes
•All types of dried beans, legumes, and peas

Folic Acid (Folate)
•Whole grain breads and cereals
•Avocado
•All types of dried beans, legumes, and peas
•Oranges
•Spinach
•Strawberries

L-Arginine-Rich Proteins
•All types of dried beans, legumes, and peas
•Fish
•Soy (tofu)
•Egg whites
•Meat (occasional and very lean)
•Chicken
•Nuts

Polyunsaturated Fats
•Canola oil
•Olive oil
•Corn oil
•Walnut oil
•Avocado oil

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