I’ve smelled a lot of bull when it comes to statins, but the latest nonsense comes with a stench unlike any other——because researchers now claim that these cholesterol-lowering meds can help improve erections.


The study reeks from the very first page. Heck, anyone who claims reducing cholesterol will help with erections is wildly ignorant of basic biology anyway.

Cholesterol is critical to the production of testosterone. This is not up for debate; this is a fact. When your cholesterol levels fall, your supply of manly hormones plummets too——and you suffer from all the problems that come along for the ride.

You feel tired... weak... and grow a belly so big you may not even be able to find your manhood under all the fat.

Not that it matters——even if you find it, you probably won’t be able to use it.

Again, this is not an opinion. It is a fact that erectile dysfunction is a side effect of statin therapy. One study out of France found that statin users are 10 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO REPORT ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION than patients not on the meds.

I’ve seen some people dismiss that as coincidence, claiming statin users are less healthy in the first place. But that doesn’t explain why more than 50 percent of those men recovered the moment they stopped taking statins.

Of course, if you’re suffering from erection problems yourself, you’re probably so frustrated and desperate that you’re willing to try anything, even a statin, to get back in the saddle again.


There are much better ways to get back on top in the bedroom, starting with my top three easy cures for erection problems. I call them my...


Sunlight: Solar energy may be overpriced and underpowered for lighting up your home, but it can certainly electrify your sex life.

Exposure to UV light stimulates the production of nitric oxide, which in turn improves the flow of blood——including the flow of blood to right where you need it most.

That’s right... trade that Cialis for the seashore, and swap your Viagra for a trip to the Virgin Islands. Heck, even laying out in your backyard will do the trick——but if you go where there are other sunbathers, you’ll also get exposed to another all-natural libido booster: pretty gals in bikinis.

Also, be sure to use full spectrum Ott light. Every painter I know (including my daughter) swears by it.

By the way, the foods you’ve been told to avoid——hot dogs, sausages, bacon, etc.——are excellent sources of the nitrites that are needed to form nitric oxide.

Forget chocolate-covered strawberries. Maybe chocolate-covered bacon is the best aphrodisiac of all!

Zinc: Speaking of aphrodisiacs, there’s a reason oysters are so good at stimulating your love life, and it’s not just because everything about them looks and feels sexual.

It’s because they’re loaded with zinc, an essential ingredient for rock-hard erections. (Zinc is an equal opportunity mineral; it’s also essential for natural lubrication in women.)

If you’re suffering from a more serious sex problem, don’t count on an appetizer of oysters on the half shell to do the trick. Add a zinc supplement——just keep the dose low, as too much can be as bad as too little.

Your doctor can help figure out the best dose for you based on your diet and your needs.

Protein: All the oysters in the Pacific——even a quality zinc supplement——won’t do you a bit of good without protein.

Your body needs that protein (especially animal protein) to absorb the zinc, so consider the two to be essential partners in your bedroom.

Protein will also boost your energy, stamina and libido——and if you’re looking to get more out of sex than just good feelings, you also need protein to produce sperm.

You won’t find zinc and protein in many plants, which is why vegans are rarely ready to do it (on the other hand, it helps keep their population low). But if you already have a healthy diet and you’re still having sex problems, don’t worry——you still don’t need meds. You likely need some testosterone——which you can get from a doctor with experience in natural hormone treatments.