7 minute method for a thicker, longer member

These simple “traction exercises” can be done in the shower (and they feel really good)

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—-Important Message From Jeff—-

Doing this for 7 minutes a day can lengthen and thicken the member

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I’ve discovered these “phalogenic traction” exercises that really work to give a man more length and girth.

The secret behind the process is a series of targeted exercises called strumming and extending.

These techniques are designed to stimulate tissue expansion through blood flow modification and muscle protein synthesis.

Do this the right way and in no time you begin to experience firmer rockiness…

Then just a few weeks later, you’ll see increased length and girth!

To date, over 6,950 men have used this safe, proven, and crazy effective method to add up to 3.6 inches to their dicks.

Here’s a video I made showing any man how to use these phalogenic exercises for more length and girth (and even more stiffness and stamina)

A man named Edward H. says these traction exercises added a solid 1.5 inches to his member:

“You literally saved my marriage. I followed your blueprint exactly as it was laid out…

And within 2 months, I had added a solid 1.5 inches to my penis!

I’m not a monster now, but I’ve got more than enough to get the job done.

And the little lady couldn’t be happier. She actually cried — that’s how happy she was!”


Foods that protect your liver from damage

Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that’s found in animal tissues.

In the last few decades, we have discovered many remarkable beneficial effects of taurine.

This includes protective and regenerative effects on the liver.

Taurine has remarkable protective effects against the most common liver toxin – a bacterial byproduct that leaks from the gut under stress.

The findings have implications for people with known liver problems, anyone who likes to drink, and anyone with gut issues.

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The animal experiments were performed at China’s West Anhui Health Vocational College. This paper was published in Molecular Medicine Reports.

The research was carried out to look at the protective effect of taurine on LPS-induced liver injury.

LPS is short for lipopolysaccharide.

This is also known as bacterial endotoxin. It’s part of the structure of some bacteria.

LPS-producing bacteria exist in the gut, and when these particles get into the blood or the fatty tissue, they set off an immune system response.

LPS then triggers systemic inflammation, which can cause everything from obesity to low testosterone.

“The aim of the present study was to investigate the protective effect of taurine on lipopolysaccharide (LPS)‑induced liver injury and its mechanisms.”

The researchers split rats into 3 different groups.

  • One received saltwater injections. This was the placebo or control group.
  • Another group received injections of LPS.
  • The final group received injections of LPS and supplemental taurine.

“Experimental animals were treated with saline or taurine (dissolved in saline, 200 mg/kg/day) via intravenous injection.”

The researchers looked at the levels of inflammatory proteins in the blood of all the different groups.

They also looked at antioxidants like SOD, which indicate how well the body is dealing with LPS.

“Markers of liver injury, pro‑inflammatory cytokines, and superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity were determined in plasma.”

The researchers also removed the livers of the animals for a thorough examination.

“Liver tissues were removed for morphological analysis and determination by western blot analysis.”

The researchers found that taurine significantly reduced the major liver enzymes – AST and ALT.

These are markers of liver damage and, in the long term, can be used to track liver disease.

“Taurine significantly reduced the elevation in the levels of LPS‑induced aspartate transaminase and alanine transaminase.”

The supplemental amino acid also reduced major inflammatory proteins in the blood.

“Taurine decreased the concentrations of LPS‑induced inflammatory factors, including tumor necrosis factor‑α and interleukin‑6.”

Antioxidants SOD and heme oxygenase-1 were elevated in animals given taurine.

These molecules have an anti-inflammatory effect and reduce the oxidative stress caused by LPS.

“Taurine also increased the activity of SOD in serum and the expression of heme oxygenase‑1 protein in liver tissue.”

Taurine also reduced COX-2 – an enzyme that produces prostaglandins that cause inflammation and pain.

The reduction of COX-2 is the mechanism of many chemical painkillers and anti-inflammatory treatments.

Furthermore, taurine decreased nuclear factor κB, a transcription factor that increases the expression of genes that produce inflammatory proteins.

“Taurine pretreatment also reduced the elevated expression levels of LPS‑induced cyclooxygenase‑2, nuclear factor κB, and extracellular regulated protein kinase.”

Taurine effectively reduces liver damage and systemic inflammation caused by a ubiquitous toxin produced in the body – LPS.

“Taurine alleviates LPS‑induced liver injury. The beneficial role of taurine may be associated with its reduction of pro‑inflammatory response and oxidative stress.”

This is important research because if you have liver problems or any kind of systemic inflammation, it’s very likely that LPS plays a role.

LPS leaks from the gut and irritates tissues throughout the body – stimulating the immune system to create inflammation.

Taurine is an increasingly common supplement, but it’s also found in foods like sea scallops, clams, mussels, shrimp, beef, eggs, and dairy.

—-Important Message About the Liver for Men Who Want Good Rockiness—-

Here’s how this simple liver detox fixes a fatty liver and restores fantastic erections in men — including morning wood and huge rocky ones that make her eyes bug out

Almost all of us have a fatty liver — and this causes low testosterone and even diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease…

It’s called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease…

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And fatty liver disease causes T to drop and erections to suffer…

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Remember: liver health is CRITICAL if you want to have great testosterone, freedom from disease, and great boners.

I knew that I needed a way to maintain a healthy liver…

So I perfected this really simple liver detox that gives you these advantages:

  • Strong morning wood
  • Boost testosterone
  • Great “rockiness” any time

And today, this simple liver detox is yours free


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Taurine alleviates lipopolysaccharide‑induced liver injury by anti‑inflammation and antioxidants in ratshttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28901400/