Our bodies and lives are directly dependent on what we eat.
Experts say that one should eat healthy food and regularly exercise to avoid diabetes and erectile dysfunction, which mostly afflicts older men.
Prevention is better than cure. Since the risk of diabetes can be reduced through healthier lifestyles, it is also possible to avoid developing the condition.
Research indicates that having a predisposition to type 2 diabetes is linked to erectile dysfunction.
Co-lead author Dr Anna Murray, of the University of Exeter Medical School in the United Kingdom, says: “Erectile dysfunction affects at least one in five men over 60 years.”
Diabetes is believed to be genetic.
Co-lead author Professor Michael Holmes of the University of Oxford says diabetes is preventable and one can avoid it through weight loss as illustrated in recent clinical trials.
A diabetic’s diet doesn’t have to be complicated and you don’t have to give up all your favourite foods.
The first step to making smarter choices is to separate myths from the facts about eating to prevent or control diabetes.