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Foods For Erection: How To Get More Energy

Foods For Erection: How To Get More Energy

Chewing leafy green vegetables is a way to support Nitric Oxide production. That is why nitrate-rich kale, Swiss chard, chicory, radishes, bok choy, lettuce and others are considered foods for erection.

…it turns out that nearly every condition associated with aging comes down to one tiny molecule made right in your body.

Inside this article:

  • How to get more energy
  • How Nitric Oxide works to oxygenate your body’s system
  • Blood flow is life
  • The 6 Biomarkers of Healthy Aging
  • The MTHFR Genetic Mutation and Vitamin B9

“Hi, Susan,

I recently purchased your FLOW Supplement and have been taking it for about 10 days. Do you know how long it takes before a person would start to see efficacy?  Also, can you tell me about the quality of the ingredients in your supplements and if they go through a rigid inspection process?



Hi Ty,

Taking a Nitric Oxide (NO) supplement is like taking a vitamin, or fish oil, or turmeric. Every day when you take your two FLOW capsules, you give your body nutrients it can turn into nitric oxide gaseous molecules that dilate your blood vessels and send more blood around your body.

foods for erection circulatory system


The blood circulatory system (cardiovascular system) delivers nutrients and oxygen to all the cells in the body while getting rid of the excess waste products in your system. Good circulation plays an essential role in ensuring that your muscles, brain, and other organs receive the energy they need to function properly.

Dr. Carrie Jones, ND, Medical Director, Gynecology & Endocrinology Expert said, “Anything you can do to improve blood and oxygen to your brain will only improve your hormones.

The reason for that is that your hormones travel around your circulatory system. As your brain makes hormones, it sends it through the bloodstream to your glands down below.

When you’re trying to support the brain, please keep in mind the brain functions on blood and oxygen.”

Your cells use oxygen molecules to produce energy and stay alive. Blood delivers this oxygen.

Thus, a person’s health and energy, in part, depend on how much oxygen they have throughout their body and how well their mitochondria utilize it. So, when you have poor circulation, that means your blood isn’t flowing through your system efficiently, and you can end up suffering from a variety of symptoms including:

  • Memory loss and difficulty concentrating.
  • Digestive issues such as bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloody stools, constipation, and cramping.
  • Fatigue (The heart must pump harder when circulation is poor, which can lead to further fatigue.)
  • Joint and muscle cramping and stiffness.
  • Numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, “heavy legs”, cold hands and feet, ulcers in the legs or feet, varicose veins.
  • Fluid retention. (Edema causes swelling in the feet, ankles, and legs making shoes, clothes or jewelry feel tight.
  • Skin color changes (When an insufficient amount of arterial blood reaches the body’s tissues, the skin may appear pale or blue. If blood is leaking from capillaries, these areas may appear purple.)


Blood flow ensures the transportation of nutrients, hormones, metabolic wastes, O2 and CO2 throughout the body to maintain cell-level metabolism, regulate the pH, osmotic pressure, and temperature of the whole body, and protect the body from microbial and mechanical harms.

Your age, how much artery plaque you’ve built up, whether that plaque has started to calcify (stiffen) your arteries, and the amount of inflammation determine when you will begin feeling the effects of supplementation.

An Italian study stated, “All in all, those 60 and older had vasodilation that was 52 percent weaker—less than half as strong—as those 30 and younger. And these were older people who did not have high blood pressure!”¹

In the journal, Ageing Research Reviews, a Spanish team of researchers wrote:

“Endothelial cells age. Damage from oxidative stress builds up. The aging immune system can’t keep cell-damaging compounds (cytokines) under control. The genes of aging kick in. And because of these changes, boosting your NO through diet and exercise may become less effective.

That’s one of the reasons why, if you’re 40 years or older, we strongly recommend you consider a NO-boosting supplement to make up the shortfall in your body’s ability to generate artery-saving NO. This is particularly important if your blood pressure is higher than 130/80 mm Hg—the incontestable sign of a damaged endothelium and NO deficiency.”²


FLOW is the first Nitric Oxide supplement made from organic fruits and vegetables, or foods for erection as some may call them. It works on two pathways: The Nitrate-to-Nitrite to NO salivary system and the Citrulline-Arginine Cycle.

You can take up to 12 capsules a day if you are very fit and healthy and have no physical health issues such as heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes or insulin, or other problems or you can take it in the morning and at night. You can also take it before sex and before penis pumping too.

You’ll probably first notice more energy during exercise or a firmer erection with the Nitric Oxide supplementation. That’s your sign that you are getting topped-up again like when you were younger.

And as far as the ingredients in FLOW are concerned, we are the only supplement available today that uses high-quality citrulline and nitrates to support multiple endothelial NO-synthase pathways. NO signals the blood vessels to dilate, helping to deliver oxygen throughout your body. FLOW does not have arginine, because many individuals with herpes feel arginine induced herpes flare-ups.

FLOW is made from a synergistic blend of organic watermelon, organic spinach, and pine bark extracts (foods for erection), and includes key antioxidants, Vitamin C and N-Acetyl-Cysteine.


Every batch of FLOW is made in the same GMP Certified production facility in New York State. Every batch goes through testing for molds, bacterias and for confirmation that all the ingredients are present as described on the label, as well as materials such as the citrulline from watermelon, the nitrates from spinach, and the Vitamin C from acerola cherries come with their organic certifications.

This Nitric Oxide booster supports vasodilation (blood flow) to improve circulation not only to your brain and heart but also to your lower extremities including blood flow to the male and female reproductive systems throughout your aging lifetime.

It may support lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease from atherosclerosis including the likelihood of having a heart attack or stroke.

Nitric Oxide (NO) is a Nobel Prize-Winning molecule that modulates an incredible number of systems in our body:

✅ Your immune system uses NO to kill bacteria and damaged cells.

Arterial flexibility is managed by Nitric Oxide. NO keeps your platelets flowing; prevents and even reverses the build-up of blood clots and keeps cholesterol low.

✅ NO reduces inflammation, including bronchodilation for asthma, while limiting the swelling and pain of arthritis.

✅ Nitric Oxide signals the brain cells to communicate. The lack of the signaling enzyme eNOS—neuronal nitric oxide synthase—contributes to Alzheimer’s, dementia and overall cognitive deterioration

✅ Nitric Oxide works against diabetic complications such as kidney disease, eye issues, and foot and leg ulcers. High blood pressure slowly destroys the circulatory system.

✅ Nitric oxide synthase supports wound healing.

✅ It is also responsible for blood flow to the female urogenital structure, supporting vaginal lubrication, and sensation.

✅ Nitric Oxide helps increase vasodilation to the penile arteries, increasing erectile function. NO is also complementary to the use of PDE-5 inhibitors such as Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis — it makes pharmaceuticals like Viagra work better. Though many sexual regenerative doctors prefer to help men get healthy enough that they no longer need the pills and can rely solely on the Nitric Oxide supplementation from FLOW.

✅ Further, Nitric Oxide also supports the smooth muscle cells lining the bladder. Men and women alike struggle with incontinence or night-time urinary disruption.

✅ Nitric Oxide protects your bones from osteoporosis.

✅ Nitric Oxide (NO) is a gaseous signaling molecule so critical for a body’s health that you have multiple, redundant pathways to produce this signal.


Exercise is the single best way to keep Nitric Oxide production high. Chewing leafy green vegetables well is the second way to support Nitric Oxide production.

Your body can obtain NO from many Nitrate-rich foods such as kale, Swiss chard, chicory, radishes, bok choy, lettuce, mustard greens, cauliflower, parsley, kohlrabi, carrots, broccoli, spinach, dill, arugula, cabbage, and beets. That is why they are known as foods for erection.

Watermelon creates citrulline, which leverages another pathway in your body to make Nitric Oxide.

The amino acids arginine and citrulline, as well as nitrates, are three nutrients that your body can convert into this signaling gas.

However, if you use mouthwash, it kills the bacteria in your mouth that break down the Nitrates in plants into Nitrites. If you use proton pump inhibitors or antacids, your body cannot convert the Nitrites to Nitric Oxide in your stomach.


Similar to our hormone system, as we age, our body’s ability to produce NO declines. Once you’re over 40, supplementing with precursors to Nitric Oxide production supports many vital functions including blood flow to your urogenital system.

From my experienced perspective, a multi-vitamin, multi-mineral product such as our TRIO supplement because it ALSO supports libido plus fish oil for the Omega fatty acids and a Nitric Oxide supplement made with organic plants such as FLOW are the three that are a foundation to good health.


In addition, I’d monitor the following six biomarkers to track overall health including sexual vitality:

The 6 BioMarkers To Track Sexual Potency ⇐ More Specifics On What and How To Track Here

  • Cardiovascular
  • Blood Sugar
  • Stress
  • Hormones
  • Bone Health & Lean Body Mass
  • Genetics

As you keep track of your heart health, your glucose levels, your cortisol, and sleep levels, your Testosterone, Aldosterone and DHEA, your body mass index and note any genetic anomalies you inherited such as APOE, MTHFR, and other common alleles, you will be able to monitor your quest for peak healthy aging.


Let me also speak to the MTHFR gene. About 30-40% of people have this genetic mutation that can make them sick if they eat folic acid. Folic acid is a cheap version of Vitamin B9 added to “fortified” bread and cereals as well as most multivitamins.

That is why we use a bio-available version of Vitamin B9 called methyl folate.

All B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose). These B vitamins, often referred to as B-complex vitamins, also help the body use fats and protein.

Folate (vitamin B-9) is important for red blood cell formation and healthy cell growth and function. Folate helps to form DNA and RNA and is involved in protein metabolism. It plays a key role in breaking down homocysteine, an amino acid that can exert harmful effects in the body if it is present in high amounts. High homocysteine levels have been linked to cardiovascular disease and strokes.

If you have the MTHFR gene, have atherosclerosis (artery plaque), and you’re taking a vitamin with folic acid and eating fortified process wheat products, you may want to consider a vitamin with methylated folate like our TRIO daily vitamins, changing your fat intake to healthy fats and cutting way down or stop eating entirely any products with folic acid.

You can read about all of these subjects in greater detail online.

Bottom line?

  1. Take a high-quality Omega 3 fatty acid, multi-vitamin multi-mineral complex with folate instead of folic acid and a Nitric Oxide supplement made from organic plants (instead of Chinese corn sugar or pesticide-laden beets) every day.
  2. Exercise and get your blood moving.
  3. Eat as many organic, nitric oxide vegetables (foods for erection) as possible across the color spectrum.
  4. Keep your stress low and your sleep strong.

So when will you see efficacy? It depends on so many factors that you’ll have to listen to your body to see when you feel fewer symptoms and increased benefits.

I hope that gives you the guidance you requested.


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