Foods For Harder Erections

Blackberries, dark chocolate, coffee, and salmon are four erection-friendly foods to incorporate into your eating habits.


Men are always looking for new and exciting ways to get longer, stronger erections. Some turn to pills, while others investigate home remedies. The more extreme look into acupuncture, or other wacky solutions. But it turns out the secret to a harder erection is in your pantry. Next time you’re thinking about improving the quality of your erection, consider implementing these foods into your diet.

Blackberries: Like all dark berries, blackberries are rich in anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant that helps blood to more easily move through the body. Easier blood movement means easier erections, which means a happier you. Consider starting each morning with toast topped with blackberry jam. Healthy and it’s good for your downstairs.

Dark chocolate: Finally, a medical reason to eat chocolate. While dark chocolate won’t do your figure any favors, it can help your little buddy. Dark chocolate contains epicatechins, flavonoids that trigger the release of dilating chemicals in the inner, or endothelial, layer of the arteries. Researchers found that one 1.6-ounce dark chocolate bar a day opens up the blood vessels and made erections easier.

Coffee: It gets you going in the morning, and, according to research, gets your penis going, too. All that caffeine boosts your metabolism, gets your blood pumping and could also enhance endurance by releasing fat stores, giving you the energy to go all night.

Salmon: This fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids not only tastes delicious, it helps to make the blood less sticky. What this means is blood can flow easily through the body, which means, you guessed it, quicker erections.

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Evan Hopkins is a 24 year old writer operating out of Atlanta, GA. When he isn't writing, he enjoys reading books, drinking coffee, and folk music.Evan Hopkins on Google+