Director James Cameron Says Plant-Based Eating Can Put Viagra Out Of Business

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James Cameron revealed in an interview with The Star about the benefits of a vegan diet for sex drive. “I’d love to put Viagra out of business, just by spreading the word on plant-based eating,”

The Avatar and Titanic movie director wants to save the world by promoting veganism, starting off by raising the sexual benefits of the vegan diet.

Cameron is the executive producer of the upcoming documentary The Game Changers which touches on the subject and goes deeper into the positive impact the vegan diet has on human health.

The Star explained: “[The film] shows three men in a clinical test conducted by urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz, author of ‘The Penis Book’, which indicates that they had much better erections after consuming plant-based meals than after meat-based ones. The men wore special devices to monitor penile length and girth.”

Cameron said the information is “compelling, because obviously one of the first symptoms of atherosclerosis is erectile dysfunction. And then some of the more severe heart problems tend to follow very quickly.”

Cameron mentioned that it is difficult to convince men who so obviously believe that men gain physical power from meat and other animal products.

He told The Star: “Success for me (with the film) would be if the public finally gets it that meat does not equal protein. That’s the myth we’re trying to dismantle here. It’s men who hold that most dearly. It’s that (misguided belief), ‘If I don’t eat animal flesh, I can’t have big biceps.’”

The man takeaway from the conversation according to The Star is “that humans don’t need to consume animal protein because they can get all they need from plants.” 

In the documentary, the claim is backed by Olympic athletes and big-time bodybuilders such as Arnold Schwarzenegger along with industry health expert and physicians.

Cameron believed that a plant-based diet is better for human health as well as the planet. “I think if we don’t make a major shift as a civilization, and I meant that globally, toward plant-based eating, we’re just not going to make it,” he said. “Certainly, our quality of life will be a small fraction of what it is now, 30 or 50 years from now. We can’t keep consuming Earth like we’ve got four more of them standing behind it.”

Cameron added, “I believe in it completely.” referring to veganism.

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