The movie "Catch Me if You Can" is the true story of Frank Abagnale Jr. (played by Leonardo DiCaprio, who got away with pretending to be a PanAm pilot, a doctor and a legal prosecutor, before he was finally caught.
Similarly, a male sexual enhancement product called XtraHRD was marketed as a harmless herbal supplement, but actually contained tadalafil (that’s Cialis!).
Frauds are out there, and they're potentially very dangerous.
Fortunately, Abagnale didn't physically harm anyone. But the tadalafil found in XtraHRD can have a negative interaction with nitrates such as nitroglycerin (used for treating chest pain in people with heart disease), and cause a potentially fatal sudden drop in blood pressure.
The Food and Drug Administration is constantly exposing dangerous over-the-counter supplements that include, in addition to sexual enhancement products, dietary supplements, bodybuilding and weight-loss products, and arthritis and pain elixirs.
Just google "Health Fraud Scams FDA" for the latest news.
In the meantime, we have a few suggestions that will help you regain your sexual health:
• Avoid all added sugar and syrups, trans and saturated fats, and processed grains. Doing so, you'll reduce your risk of poor cardiovascular health, a primary culprit in erectile dysfunction.
• Exercise regularly to improve blood and oxygen flow to all parts of the body.
• Don't smoke anything.
• Reduce your alcohol intake (that could end ED problems immediately).
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