The association between plant-based diet and erectile dysfunction in Chinese men

  title={The association between plant-based diet and erectile dysfunction in Chinese men},
  author={Yi Lu and Jiaqi Kang and Zhongjia Li and Xiao Wang and Kang Liu and Kechong Zhou and W. Wang and Chenhui Shen},
  journal={Basic and Clinical Andrology},
Background Diet, one of the components of lifestyle, has been believed to have associations with erectile dysfunction (ED). However, whether there is an association between plant-based diet and ED is remains to be explored. Thus, we conducted the nested case-control study to investigate the relationship between the plant-based diet and ED in China. Results ED group (92 subjeczts) and ED free group (92 subjects) were similar in terms of basic features ( P  > 0.05), except for lifestyle ( P  < 0… 
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