Nutrition

Why should men eat celery?

Celery is generally seen as an ordinary crunchy, low-calorie vegetable, and very few people realize that celery can play an important role in their overall health. Celery is a great source for a wide range of nutrients. It has amazing nutritional value and profound health benefits.

Celery Benefits for Men

A lot of men use Viagra in the hope of improving their sexual experience. Viagra, however, poses many risks to the health and well being as it is drug. For instance, it can cause higher risk of heart attack, vision impairment, liver problems etc.

Celery has been called an aphrodisiac for men. It consists of naturally occurring nutrients such as Vitamin E, potassium, magnesium, zinc and niacin, which together help to enhance sexual drive in men. People have gone far as calling celery the ‘Viagra in vegetable form.’ Following are the healthy benefits of celery for men.

Celery helps to exude a subtle sexy scent

Celery helps in exuding a subtle sexy scent that works to attract ladies. Smell plays a main role in attracting sex partners. Adults who are ready to mate discharge pheromones that are a naturally occurring chemical compounds which transmit sexual signals in the air to attract the opposite sex.

Research shows that celery makes men trigger more pheromones which traverse the sexual tension and attract females.

Celery helps to achieve better erection

Celery helps in dilating blood vessels and improving blood flow. This leads to more blood flowing in penile chambers and causing bigger and harder erection for a longer period of time.

Celery helps to improve male fertility

Reproduction is usually a natural process for nearly all couples. However, having low quality sperm or low sperm count may cause problem in impregnating a woman.

Celery is great source of antioxidants, which help the body in producing a larger amount of seminal fluid and higher quality sperm. Celery helps to improve fertility by supporting matured ejaculation and improved sperm quality.

Celery helps to maintain sexual health and wellness

Celery contains a naturally occurring chemical called coumarin, which prevents damage from toxins and free radicals. It helps in maintaining health of the prostate gland and seminal vesicles without disturbing the testosterone production.

Celery helps to get strong erections

Celery has natural nitrates to help in getting and sustaining strong erections. Nitric oxide in the blood helps to widen and support the blood vessels. This improves blood circulation and brings more oxygen to the brain, heart and other vital organs, including the penis. As a result, one may enjoy the following benefits:

  • You feel better
  • You have more energy
  • You have stronger erections
  • You last longer
  • You have a better sex life.

It helps to produce testosterone

Sperm is made in the testicles in the seminiferous tubules. The interstitial cells of Leydig, lie adjacent to the seminiferous tubules. The Leydig cells produce testosterone which is the male hormone responsible for regulating the production of red blood cells, fat distribution, muscle mass development and fertility.

It helps to revive body after exercise

Another benefit of celery for men is connected with exercise or workout. Any form of physical activity tends to drain the body’s potassium and magnesium contents, causing dehydration.

Celery contains a lot of water. It also contains a wide ranging and vital nutrients and minerals. This combination helps in hydration and fortification as it also replenishes potassium and magnesium. So munching on some celery sticks after workout session gives the same benefits one gets from consuming an energy bar or a sports drink.

Conclusion

There you have it, celery benefits for men as they stand to gain a lot of health benefits just by eating celery regularly. There seems to be no reason why one shouldn’t include this important vegetable in their diet and get more out of their (sex) life.

Tom Brendon

Tom Brendon has completed his nutrition undergrad in the UK and received his Master's degree from Canada in health education and specializes in human health and pediatrics. He began his career as a writer for Nutritionline in 2014 and Authority Health in 2016. He has considerable research experience and currently writes nutrition and health articles for general readership. He enjoys outdoor activities, snowboarding and spending quality time with family and friends.

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