Foods my penis likes.
I started PE, got some great quick gains, but the increase in size, with the lack of BC conditioning meant I got an injury (minor) to this muscle, on one side.
Now I have noticed, in letting it recover, when I eat/drink specific foods and drinks, not only does this injury twinge into a stronger state, my whole EQ situation increases greatly.
With all humility may I suggest that finding specific (quality) foods will greatly increase the success of your PE endeavors. Faster recovery, stronger longer (in time held) erections, better quality of training.
The injury tells me what foods do me good, but not using it, I can tell by eating something then 1hr later getting a (stimulated) erection (est) 10% bigger, stronger, longer lasting than I am used to.
Excuse me if it exists in some form on here, but I’m looking to start a list, based exclusively on experience (not reading about), of food and drink that directly have these effects on your penis. I have:
Organic (grass fed) beef.
Quinoa. Eat enough to give you 60g of carbs in one sitting to notice effects. Try substitute for rice
High quality teas. The more expensive the more pronounced the effects. All types of teas help, primarily black tea though.
Walnuts, very effective, sit and eat 30 halves in one go, you will see. This also made my orgasms more intense.
Oily fish. Fresh
Beans/lentils. Eat enough to give you 50g of carbs from them in one sitting to notice effects, I usually puree.
Good quality Pate (pork or any animal liver). Have 6 ryevita with good size amount on each in one go.
Millet grain. Eat enough to give you 60g of carbs in one sitting to notice effects. Try substitute for rice.
Bananas. Only works sometimes, I don’t know why.
Almonds. Only works sometimes, I don’t know why.
I may just have nutrient deficiencies that produce these effects, but I doubt it, so could anyone add to this list.
IMHO there are too many macro/micro/phyto (including undiscovered) nutrients to be concerned with what specifically cause the physiological reactions, just worry about the whole foods that get the job done. Generally nutrient density/quality of foods are the ones to try.