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Vegetarianism and erections

I have been a veggie for 10 years,

I also have a low erection angle, and a weak erection. I was wondering if vegetarianism could have done this to me? I found this site http://www.actionlove.con/cases/case11386.htm

That basically states that to be lack of testosterone through vegetarianism can lower the sex drive.

I am thinking I want to improve my erection angle and penis size, I maybe should lay off being a veggie?

It will take time and it sort of goes against everything I have said over the last ten years. I hope I can recover myself and improve my erections. I may start on stuff like poultry and maybe fish, not really into red meat…

Please let me know what you think about this, have you heard anything like this before?

I beleive tom hubbard was/is veggie? Can anyone forward this on to him?

melv


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I am curious as to why you “converted” to vegetarianism?

What benefits you percieve?

What kind of vegetarian? Vegan, Lacto, Lacto-ovo?

Tom has been posting lately under the name of drabbuhmot.


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melvin,

I’m a vegetarian too and have been for more than 14 years (I think).

My sex drive is great as are my erections.

I think diet is terribly important and as a veggie you have to pay that much closer attention to it and ensure you its rounded. One thing that veggies often lack is B12 but you know that :)

Also ignore actionlove, occassionally that guy is on target but mostly not.


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we are a dominant species, and we only got this way by conquering and eating the other species that roam this planet.

We are carniverous by nature.

Nothing better than a rare cooked steak that looks like you just killed the cow yourself :D

eat the meat, i say!


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I'm surprised that Americans can't go because their government says they can't!

Well Im only 22, when I started I was 11, I have allways been a fussy eater - but thought that at that age I knew I wanted to be vegetarian, I just didnt think eating animals was right for me. If I could go through a day wothout the need to eat a dead animal it made me feel better. And I stuck to it.

I am a Lacto vegetarian (eat milk + eggs + cheese)

I started eating chicken for a few months two years ago, when I was into weight training and required the protein… but soon stopped after I wanted to get back into vegetarianism.

I was aware that B-12 was an issue, but never really looked into it. Another reason for starting to eat meat is that im quite slim - Im 5’10” and about 10 1/2 stone, eating meat might make me fill out a bit!

Also another reason is that if im PE-ing increasing my protein intake will help my gains. I am thinking about only eating Fish and Poultry. Will I get the required Vitamin B-12 from these? I feel sick just thinking about eating a steak. This will not be easy for me!


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Oh yeah another reason why Im veggie was because unlike cascade, I beleive we are natural herbivores, I think our bodies have no adaptations for killing like true carnivores have (e.g. like a tiger or something!), but also there is the arguement that because of our large brains we learnt to make tools to hunt and kill. How did we get these large brains… theorists beleive eating meat has lead to the increase of our brain capacity. Its just depends on what angle you look at it I guess.


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I believe that most in the western world (esp in the US) eat too much meat.

Including me. However the fact that we have canine teeth make me believe that we are designed with some meat eating for optimal health.


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Study your ass off on how to be a healthy vegg-head. Learn what to combine to get your protein, etc. 20 some years for me and non of the problems you site. Spring for the cash and have blood drawn for food alergie testing, could be something as simple as corn of gluten sensativity.

For some good laughs do a search (upper right corner) for actionlove* and read some of Doc. Lin’s other gems. Everything from the proper way to f*ck a dolphin to why Pe will make your dick fall off. A good 10% of the Doc’s stuff is dead on, which makes him dangerous cause that will suck some into believing the other 90%/


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Melvin-

Follow your appetite. If you’re craving it, eat it. I’m a vegetarian and have been for almost 10 years, and barring occasional pangs for fresh [raw] fish I have no urge to eat meat whatsoever. My erections are strong and sometimes annoyingly persistent, and PE is increasing both. Memento’s note about B12 is absolutely right, as is the need for overall attention to nutrition; also, if you don’t kegel already, start there and come back in a year and tell us if it’s the same.

With regard to the various posts (informed and otherwise) about our species’ preferred dietary mode through evolutionary history, the answer is both. At one point our distant primate forebears were largely vegetarian, at later points- ice ages, for instance- herbivorous food wasn’t quite so abundant, and the theory goes that our shift to more meat consumption allowed the massive amounts of free protein needed to build a thing as specialized as the human brain…

But that was in our past. What does our future hold? My personal belief is that we’re in a pretty unique position as a species to determine, or at least influence, the direction our future evolution can take. While I recognize that killing & mortality at large are parts of the natural cycle, they are parts that can be minimized for our collective comfort. When you consume death, you make it a part of your life. And that’s OK- just know what you’re doing. How many of you have walked up to a cow with a ballpeen hammer and smashed it between the eyes? I’m sure many of us could, if need arose. Sh*t, if I were starving that cow’d be a goner. But I’m not. It doesn’t need to die. In fact, it doesn’t need to live at all- our domestic cows would never make it in the wild, and so are something of an aberration… But I digress.

FYI- about protein RDAs? They were based on studies commissioned in the 50’s by the dairy and cattle industry, and the primary test animal were mice, who have 5 times the metabolic rate of humans and thus need 5 times as much protein. Divide the RDA allowance for protein by five and that’s what you actually ‘need’.

I finally get a thread I can sink my teeth into! Certainly we humans are omnivores. Evolution has brought us to the top in no small part because we can eat pretty much anything. Hard to starve when everything is a food source! But time and evolution stop for no man, and changes within a species are always WAGs by nature to see what the next step may hold. Population density, I believe, will eventually spell the end of human carnivores. It just takes too much water, land and food to raise one animal for slaughter to be cost effective much longer (it has never been resource effective). The people themselves will eventually need the grains and water more than they need the “taste”.

I have been a vegetarian for over 30 years. Many doctors have attributed my being alive today only because despite grievous injuries my underlying health is completely robust. Several doctors have told me flat out they figured if I had not been a vegetarian, I would have died long ago. In 30 years I have gone through stages of vegan, lacto, macrobiotic and frutarian (my personal favorite). Now a days I adapt my underlying vegetarianism to the locality where I am. In Latin America I load up on the fruits, North America more vegetables, yogurt and also cheese (mostly on pizza, yum, yum!) I eat a lot of rice, beans and nuts wherever I go (they are, at least on a boat, perfect staples due to storage and weight issues). I fast each year a number of days that equals the number of years I have been alive (and it does get more interesting each passing year).

I have rock hard erections - many women and men have commented on it. Sexually, I can out perform most men. I attribute this entirely to diet. Of course Melvin, there are vegetarians, and there are vegetarians. Vegetarianism is not a valid diet for those who do not educate themselves thoroughly about nutrition. To be successful, you need to address issues meat eaters never worry about. I eat a wide variety of vegetables, fruits and nuts. I eat stuff I hate as well as stuff I like just for the variety of vitamins and minerals. Of course, after years of doing this, there is not much I don’t like anymore! I know many vegetarians, or would be vegetarians, that are picky eaters. I know others who have no clue about nutrition and the bodies needs. Vegetarianism is not for them, and I recommend to each that they try something different. My own daughter is a picky eater, and try as I could, she had no desire to learn about nutrition. And although I never forced her into vegetarianism, it pains me to say I had to encourage her to eat healthy meats and fish several years ago to make up for the losses she would incur eating only a paltry variety of vegetables. Somehow she, like many young vegetarians I know, thought Mac and Cheese was a fine diet.

Luv will ask why. I can say only that I tired of killing - anything. There is too much blood on my hands already, and I find that one can be healthy, well fed and survive even more cheaply without having to take lives. If I was starving on an Island would I eat fish? Of course, or bite a cow as it sauntered by in India if need be. But as long as it is not necessary for my survival, why cause unnecessary death? Why waste precious resources? I am not a vegetarian proselyte, like so many pain in the ass vegetarians. Eat what you want. But for me, this has been extremely healthy, inexpensive and I miss meat not one bit.

Melvin, I suspect your diet does indeed cause these difficulties you mention. If you don’t eat meat, you must eat pretty much everything else, without exception. A diet primarily of dairy products is folly. In your case, unless you want to start forcing yourself to eat a wide variety of vegetables, fruits and nuts, I think you need to follow a more traditional diet that would include meats and fish. And of course, even with a meat diet, I believe variety is a key to health. The guys that eat the same things over and over never seem to be healthy once they get to be my age…

And oh yea, everything Lurkey said!


"In an honest Service there is thin Commons, low Wages, and hard labour; in this (Piracy), Plenty and Society, Pleasure and Ease, Liberty and Power; and who would not balance Creditor on this side when all the Hazard that is run for it, at worst, is only a sour Look or two at choaking. No, A merry Life and a short one, shall be my Motto."--Bartholomew Roberts

I would love to a vegetarian but I just love the taste of dead bloody animals to much. I do try to eat less red meat now, and I eat a lot of fish and chicken.


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Thanks all for your posts, I am having one hell of a day trying to decide what to do on this!

After ten years of being veggie I think I could improve my general health by eating meat. Mainly Fish and Poultry. This is because I beleive I have not eaten healthily as Pirate Steve pointed out, I know a vegetarian diet can be healthy but perhapps it isnt right for me.

I think I should either research how to improve my vegetarian diet or start eating meat.

The reasons why I beleive I should make this change is as follows:

1. my general growth has been poor, I am small and underweight for my age 22 - 5’10” quite skinny, and 10 1/2 stone. By eating fish and poultry I hope to improve my health and “fill out a bit”

2. Im allways tired, indicating poor health

3. Whilst eating chicken last year i put on half a stone (to 11 - [but wasnt fat]), and generally felt healthier. I started back on veggieism as I told myself I would improve my diet thru more fruit/veg/protein but I never did.

4. I started to need glasses when I was 13. two years after I became veggie, I cant help but feel that its because of it and lack of vitamin A . My eyes have got subsequently worse each year. Although I know that during adolescence it is common for many to require glasses.

5. My recent problems regarding erection strength and low erection angles had me thinking of changing my diet to increase my protein intake and vitamin B12.

Thanks again for all your posts, I bet a few of you guys (quite possibly Luvdadus!) on here think I have some real problems but they are often problems I have had for a while, and it wasnt until I found this place could I discuss them. I am very greatful to you all.

Melv


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Whatever problems you do or do not have Melvin, you have no problem at all in picking out a seriously sweet avatar! Tug Monkey’s makes me laugh like Hell too, but on yours the nuts swing! Tickles the crap out of me every time I see it…


"In an honest Service there is thin Commons, low Wages, and hard labour; in this (Piracy), Plenty and Society, Pleasure and Ease, Liberty and Power; and who would not balance Creditor on this side when all the Hazard that is run for it, at worst, is only a sour Look or two at choaking. No, A merry Life and a short one, shall be my Motto."--Bartholomew Roberts

Thanks I found the pic a while ago, and had it as my avtar with non ball swinging. But then I decided to add animation. I will try to smooth out the dangling motion tho when I have time.


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Originally posted by melvin_jelqer

1. my general growth has been poor, I am small and underweight for my age 22 - 5'10” quite skinny, and 10 1/2 stone. By eating fish and poultry I hope to improve my health and “fill out a bit”

5. My recent problems regarding erection strength and low erection angles had me thinking of changing my diet to increase my protein intake and vitamin B12.

I am also a vegetarian and have been so for 3 years. I used to weigh 126 pounds and i’ve gained over a stone through a vegetarian diet. You will gain weight if you eat the right kinds of food in the right amounts. Whether or not you eat meat has little to do with it.
As for the vitamin B12 issue, you can take supplements or try marmite or vegemite.

What I’m trying to say is that you shouldn’t need to go back to eating meat in order to be healthy.

By the way my erection angle is about 10 o’clock and i have frequent, strong erections so i don’t think my diet has anything to do with that either.

Stick to your guns and stay veggie!

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