A long title, but the only option I could think of was to put fat instead of overweight men, but given the harmful connotations and ambiguity of the word, I prefer something a bit longer but coherent with the news.
The issue is that a new study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that obese men with type 2 diabetes, losing weight improve erectile function, sexual desire and reduces urinary tract symptoms.
To reach these conclusions, the study included more than thirty obese men, all with type 2 diabetes in excess of a period of eight weeks. With 600 calories recorder idea of your daily intake, they followed diets low in calories or fat, high protein and low in carbohydrates.
Although there was a reasonable weight loss, if I see a marked improvement in sexual and urinary problems. Now research has continued to go up to twelve months, we’ll see what comes of it.
In any case, the lessons learned so far suggest, like preceding studies, that our lifestyle has a direct influence on our sexual health. As mentioned on occasion, obesity is an epidemic, and these data reinforce the positive relationship between: eat well, lose weight, and improve sexual function and overall cardiovascular health.