February 5

Improving Erectile Dysfunction Without Pills

Erectile Dysfunction

Improving Erectile Dysfunction Without Pills

This was the headline of a story printed in the Boston Globe on Monday.

I saw it and dove in head first.

Here’s a little taste of what I found inside. (caps and comments in brackets are mine)

“Some medications can cause or contribute to ED” (change that to MOST and you hit the bullseye).

“Risk factors for ED are the same that cause cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and diabetes” (which is why you should take it dead seriously).

“Research has shown that ED can often be improved through LIFESTYLE CHANGES” (Yup!).

“Some patients notice a benefit from Herbal Medications and other Alternative Treatments” (it’s about damn time).

Believe it or not the last two quotes came from Pravin Rao director of reproductive medicine at Johns Hopkins University.

So think about it…

This was printed in a mainstream newspaper. With quotes gathered from an employee at a mainstream medical institution.

Not too shabby!

The article wasn’t perfect, that’s for sure. But at least they cracked the door open.

And if a crack is all I can get, I’ll take it!

By the way, Dr. Cohen and I are putting together an ED program that uses herbal medications and alternative treatments, exclusively.

It should be ready for prime time in about 2 weeks.

Stay tuned.

Mark

P.S. Six saliva hormone test results have come in since last Tuesday.

So we have 6 slots open now.


About the author 

Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is an independent health researcher, fitness coach, author, and owner of several websites that teach men how maintain erections and boost testosterone levels naturally, without using steroids, drugs, or artificial hormones.

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