We’ve blogged recently about the gospel of staying in reasonably good shape for your sex drive. You might also take an ambitious leap and conclude that if you stay lean and mean, the ladies just might scope you out more too.

Well, here’s another reason to quickly get your tail in a gym near you: weight loss reduces erectile dysfunction and, gasp!, makes you want sex more!

In a new study, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, Australian researchers put 31 obese men with type 2 diabetes on either a meal replacement low-calorie diet program or a low-fat, high-protein diet with reduced carbohydrates. The latter trimmed daily calorie intake by 600.

Yes it’s true, less body fat makes your penis look bigger

Take note boys. A modest weight loss of five per cent reduced erectile dysfunction and improved sexual desire within eight weeks. And the improvements lingered for 12 months.

Ok, you’re thinking, groovy, but so what, right? We’re guys, and we like our beer and steak. Losing weight, even five per cent of our current weight, is a commitment. Do we wanna go there?

Hey, we’re the same way. The cookie jar beckons at midnight. And when it calls, it’s hard to say no.

Well, here’s why you should put that cookie down – a slim figure makes your penis look bigger. In fact, lose enough body fat and you could add an extra inch of visibility. Your lady will like that, and you will too.

And if you really, really want to do something major, combine a modest weight loss of five per cent with one of the stronger penis enlargement methods. We like Erection Fitness as an exercise program, but we’re big on convenience too, and if you’re hitting the gym hardcore to slim down, you might feel the same.

For that reason, think about a good penis extender. Try ProExtender System. Safe and well-made, you throw it on, wear it consistently, and watch those gains.

Then combine that with your lean and mean physique and you’ve got some serious sex drive action with a visibly larger penis. And a whole lot of sex will follow.