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James Cameron Believes That Viagra Would Go Bankrupt If Enough People Went Vegan

If more people go vegan, the impact it will have upon the world will be tremendous. It can help to conserve water, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and decrease land usage dedicated to raising livestock and their feed. According to James Cameron, people won’t have limp dick problems anymore, either.

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Cameron made the proclamation that veganism can kill Viagra in an interview with The Star. He had just premiered his new documentary, The Game Changers, that partially addresses the issue.

In the film, a clinical test showed that men were more virile when they subbed out meat for plant-based meals. Cameron claims that the trial shows that Viagra would be irrelevant in a world gone vegan.

“I’d love to put Viagra out of business, just by spreading the word on plant-based eating,” he jokingly told The Star.

How does cutting meat out make men more vigorous, you ask? Turns out that erectile dysfunction is one of the first symptoms of heart disease, according to a study from the journal Circulation. “Some of the more severe heart problems tend to follow very quickly,” Cameron added.

Based on that research, it may make sense to go with the salad on your next big date. That being said, if you’re a little flaccid downstairs, it could also be a sign that you should talk to a cardiologist.

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News Packaged Food

The FDA Just Cockblocked This Boner-Inducing Herbal Coffee

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Right when we thought we were going to enjoy highly caffeinated erections, the FDA had to step in and kill the fun.

Stiff Bull Herbal Coffee labeled itself as the “Relationship Saver,” but the FDA just gave a warning saying the drink has an unlisted, viagra-like ingredient called desmethyl carbodenafil, and even went as far as to advise consumers not to purchase it.

While you’d think a male enhancement coffee would obviously carry a male enhancing ingredient, Stiff Bull advertised itself as a 100% natural aphrodisiac.

This thing was popular with more than 200,000 men ordering shipments to the US every month, according to Daily Mail.

The FDA’s notification feels like a Viagra, or Cialis commercial in its own right, saying:

“This undeclared ingredient may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs such as nitroglycerin and may lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. Men with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease often take nitrates.”

So the coffee would wake me up, give me a sweet-ass boner, but there’s a chance it would mess with my blood pressure. Nice.

Stiff Bull’s web site no longer loads, as they’re probably waiting out until they can do some damage control, but hopefully they can take care of this so we can start saving our relationships again.

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Sweets

A-List Celebrity Commissions Viagra Ice Cream, Of Course

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There’s a big difference between thinking about eating Viagra ice cream and actually commissioning someone to make it. Except, I guess, if you’re a celebrity.

Recently, “award-winning food inventor” Charlie Harry Francis (who previously brought us glow-in-the-dark jellyfish ice cream) was enlisted to invent a bright blue Viagra-laced ice cream for an unnamed A-lister’s party. He dubbed the champagne-flavored treat “Arousal,” and infused each scoop with 25 mg of the erectile dysfunction pill, which is basically “…the same about in the lowest dose of the drug,” HuffPo reports.

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Though the celebrity’s identity remains confidential, Francis was assured he or she was “very happy with the end result.” Based on the super-subtle promo image below, hell, we believe it. Talk about your blue balls.

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Health

Could Viagra be the New Diet Pill?

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Viagra, the magic pill known for bedroom assistance, could potentially be a way to burn excess fat, according to a recent article in the New York Times.

Researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany report that the drug known as sildenafil was given to laboratory mice and helped convert their unwanted white fat cells to energy-burning beige fat cells. Dr. Alexander Pfeifer, director of the university’s Institute for Pharmacology and Toxicology, fed sildenafil to the mice for seven days and found that the notorious fat cells associated with human woes such as the spare tire were converted to the “beneficial type of fat cells at a higher rate than usual.”

Although, while he states the results are “very promising,” don’t go mixing Viagra with your breakfast smoothie just yet. While some have claimed that the drug can prevent obesity-related complications, the reason is still unknown. ‘Til then, the realistic, old fashioned way of dieting will have to do.

H/T + PicThx NYT

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Hit-Or-Miss

This Chocolate Might Work Like Viagra

Brace yourself. Chocolate euphemisms are coming. And in the interest of staying family-friendly, I officially declare this article pun-free. Anything suggestive you pick up is your own fault. Shame on you.