Relationship between Dietary Patterns with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Erectile Dysfunction: A Collaborative Review

@article{Russo2021RelationshipBD,
  title={Relationship between Dietary Patterns with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Erectile Dysfunction: A Collaborative Review},
  author={Giorgio Ivan Russo and Giuseppe Broggi and Andrea Cocci and Paolo Capogrosso and Marco Falcone and Ioannis Sokolakis and Murat G{\"u}l and Rosario Caltabiano and Marina di Mauro and on behalf of the EAU‐YAU Sexual and Reproductive Health Group},
  journal={Nutrients},
  year={2021},
  volume={13}
}
Interest in the role of dietary patterns has been consistently emerging in recent years due to much research that has documented the impact of metabolism on erectile dysfunction (ED) and/or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). We conducted a non-systematic review of English articles published from 1964 to September 2021. The search terms were: (“dietary patterns” OR “diet”) AND/OR (“erectile dysfunction”) AND/OR (“benign prostatic hyperplasia”). In the present review, we have highlighted how the… 

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