Juices made based on fresh fruits and vegetables are a treasure trove of vitamins and minerals needed for potency and men’s health. Drinking juices made out of fruits and vegetables has its advantages: fresh juices are quickly absorbed by the body, without creating unnecessary burdens for digestion.
The book “Juicing For Your Manhood: 17 juice recipes to boost your testosterone” by Olivier Langlois includes 17 recipes of fresh juices, thanks to which you will increase the level of testosterone in the blood and improve potency. Next, find out what kind of juice can be rightly called a juice for potency.
Pomegranate juice is extremely useful for potency, and there is a number of explanations for it. Firstly, pomegranate juice increases the level of nitrogen oxide which is responsible for the relaxation of blood vessels, improving circulation, including the genital one. The same principle works to increase potency have such drugs as Viagra.
Secondly, pomegranate juice is valued for its vitamin and mineral composition: it contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, minerals, potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus. By the number of antioxidants, pomegranate is superior to red wine and green tea. The immediate advantage of pomegranate juice is its ability to fight the “bad” cholesterol, high levels of which triggers heart diseases (heart attack, stroke).
Useful features of pumpkin juice are in the salt content of zinc, needed by a male body as a building material for the testosterone molecule. Pumpkin juice is used for the treatment and prevention of prostatitis. One of the best sources of zinc and arginine are pumpkin seeds. Zinc content is bigger than in the pumpkin itself.
Celery for men is an extremely useful root since it contains androsterone – the male sex hormone responsible for the expression of secondary sexual characteristics and potency. Celery contains essential minerals for men, such as zinc, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and is rich with various vitamins. Download your PDF now!
Juicing For Your Manhood by Olivier Langlois