PETA posts X-rated video claiming sex-mad vegans last longer in bed

The Last Longer ad shows a split screen of two couples having sex, with an impotent meat-eater on the left and a high performing vegan on the right.

In the clip the meat-loving male struggles under the sheets as he fails to please his partner.

Meanwhile his while his vegan counterpart ravishes his lover in an endless romp.

The message is clear: Vegan blokes are better in bed.

On PETA's website, the activist group claims cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy products "slows the flow of blood to all the body’s organs."

It says: "Plant-based foods can help take your sex life into overtime.

"Low-fat vegan meals tackle all the physical causes behind the vast majority of cases of impotence: high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, prostate cancer or inflammation, and hormonal imbalances."

PETA's video, which was released in 2016 but recently shared on Twitter, were supported by study published by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The research suggests that men who combine regular exercise with a fruit rich diet of strawberries, blueberries and apples can reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction by massive 20 percent.

PETA director Mimi Bekhechi told the Telegraph: “The consumption of animal products has long been linked to artery blockages that cause inadequate functioning of not only a man's heart but also all his other vital organs."

"While foods high in fibre, including fruits, vegetables and whole grains, scrub the plaque off the arterial walls and get blood flowing to the parts he [a man] needs it flowing to, improving his love life and bringing satisfaction to someone else.”

She added: “PETA want to send the message to men everywhere that meat and milk make you sleepy, not sexy, and that vegans are more virile.”

But nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed says hasn't been enough research into diet and its impact on male performance to make a concrete judgement.

She told the newspaper: "Ultimately we need to put this into context, it's unlikely that one single food or nutrient is going to have an impact on our sex lives.

"But for those who eat a lot of meat, cutting down and/or switching some meat for plant-based proteins may have beneficial impact on their health and who knows, maybe even on their sex lives.



 

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