A study in 2014 out of Italy found interesting data that low levels of vitamin D may increase the risk of erectile dysfunction (ED). Lead researcher, Alessandra Barassi, and her team found that of the 143 men they studied with ED, nearly half of them were deficient in vitamin D. On top of that, only one in five had adequate amounts of it. She went on to site that the worst cases of ED had vitamin D levels that were 24 percent lower than the other men in the study. Dr. Barassi believes that a ...


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