Piers Morgan, 55, has made one thing clear that he is not a big fat or a plant-based diet.

On Monday’s Good Morning Britain, Morgan went to great lengths to get his points across to Pamela Anderson, 53, according to ET Canada.

He spoke to Anderson about the tweets that she posted over the weekend, stating that “vegans make better lovers.”

On January 16, Anderson tweeted, “Vegans make better lovers. The cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy causes hardening of the arteries (and not much else). It slows blood flow to all the body’s organs, not just the heart. You can improve your overall health and increase stamina in the bedroom by going vegan.”

“A healthy body is a sexy body, and eating meat ISN’T healthy,” she continued. “It’s been linked to heart disease, diabetes, strokes, and obesity, which are major causes of erectile dysfunction.”

The Baywatch actress went on to say, “Going vegan can help men of all ages boost their sexual performance and reduce the risk of prostate cancer at the same time.”

Anderson confirmed that she had been a vegan for nearly 30 years now.

She added she had noticed her own sex life was much better after going vegan, adding, “Absolutely, I think. But I think I’ve always had a lot of fun in that department.”

Morgan then had co-host Susanna Reid cringing as he said, “I’m a meat-eater and I can assure you fun things happen to us, too!”

Dr. Hilary Jones then appeared on the show to voice his opinion. Morgan admitted he had offered a solution on Twitter but Anderson only responded, “Typical Piers!”

During the conversation, Dr. Jones said, “You could eat chips all day and still have a vegan diet. If you’re educated and knowledgeable about veganism of course you can have all the nutrients that you need but it’s very difficult to get all the nutrients you need.”

“The amount of cholesterol you eat in meat and dairy, the blood flow to the rest of your body becomes restricted.”

Dr. Jones said of Anderson’s sex-life remark, “It’s stretching a point to a great degree. You can have high cholesterol levels if you’re a vegan if you’re eating the wrong food. As far as too much red meat, there is the possibility that your arteries could suffer, too.” The article originally appeared on ET Canada.