Carrots are one of the available and effective means for restoring male potency. In what form and how often should it be used to get the result? Steamed, boiled or raw carrots are a storehouse of vitamins (A, B, C, E, K), macronutrients (potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, and others), trace elements (aluminum, copper, nickel, iodine, chromium and others), pectin, glucose, fiber. It is an inexpensive, well-stored vegetable sold year-round in any supermarket and in the markets. Great for salads, side dishes, mashed potatoes and soups, as a condiment, juice and natural color.
The mechanism of influence on the male reproductive system
Research results show that a high content of vitamin A and its provitamin beta-carotene stimulates the production of seminal fluid, improves its quality, which has a beneficial effect on conception. In addition, carrots are involved in the elimination of “bad” cholesterol, preventing the appearance of atherosclerotic plaques that clog the lumen of blood vessels. This means that the pelvic organs are freely supplied with blood, which has a positive effect on potency. Raw carrots normalize the amount of glucose in the blood, helping the endocrine system to produce testosterone, the male sex hormone, in a timely manner and in the right amount. Hence the increase in sex drive (libido).
Features of eating carrots
The daily dose is about 200-300 g. That is, one medium carrot is enough to get a therapeutic and prophylactic effect. It is not worth, in pursuit of healthy potency, to abuse this vegetable – you can get yellowness of the skin, weakness, headaches and dizziness, nausea, drowsiness.
For the conversion of beta carotene into vitamin A and its subsequent assimilation, animal or vegetable fat (sour cream, vegetable or butter) must be added to carrot dishes.
Carrots can be eaten raw, baked, boiled, steamed. It is recommended to grind raw on a grater or in a blender. People suffering from gastritis, ulcers and other gastrointestinal diseases can only eat boiled or steamed.
In addition to the male reproductive system, carrots have a positive effect on:
1 organs of vision (strengthens the retina, reduces fatigue and tension in the eyes, helps with myopia and farsightedness, etc.);
2 gastrointestinal tract (combats dysbiosis, reduces the risk of gastritis, reduces pain, has moderate choleretic properties, mild laxative effect);
3 normalizes the work of the excretory system, ridding the body of decay products, reduces swelling;
4 has a positive effect on the appearance of a person, thanks to its antioxidant abilities, balancing of intracellular redox processes, participation in the production of collagen;
5 regulates carbohydrate metabolism;
Eating just one familiar and tasty carrot a day can restore and strengthen your health, as well as promote the conception of healthy offspring.