Does eating meat really cause impotence?

Medical evidence indicates that meat-eating does indeed cause impotence, because meat clogs up the arteries going to all organs, not just to the heart. Meat-eating is also linked to numerous other health problems, including heart disease, cancer, and stroke. But it seems that many men care more about their virility than their longevity, so we’re appealing to them on their terms.

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