A thicker, longer member in just 7 minutes a day?

Here’s how…

—-Important Message From Jeff—-

This is pretty shocking… (watch at your own risk, NSFW)

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As soon as you watch this video… a new way to get a thicker, girthier and bigger member…


How to use biotin to lower harmful triglycerides

Biotin is an over-the-counter B vitamin – B7.

It is heavily involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats.

Biotin supplementation has a number of interesting effects on common blood markers.

It can lower triglycerides in both diabetics and people without diabetes.

This might indicate a problem – because triglycerides can be broken down into free fatty acids which are a major cause of disease.

But biotin does not increase free fatty acids, nor does it increase cholesterol.

So it may be a safe way to lower triglycerides without causing any harm.

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The human study was carried out at the Mexican Institute of Social Security, Mexico. The paper was published in Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy.

Vitamin B7 is known to have a large range of effects inside the body – mostly due to its central role and energetic metabolism.

“Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin that regulates gene expression and has a wide repertoire of effects on systemic processes.”

Biotin has a vast array of interactions with genes which control how our body uses fat and sugar to generate energy.

(Or not, in the case of triglycerides and stored body fat).

 “The vitamin regulates genes that are critical in the regulation of intermediary metabolism.”

Previous studies have shown that biotin has interactions with blood lipids.

Some show that it can lower free fatty acids a little – though there are more effective ways to do that.

Other studies show that it may lower cholesterol, but again it would not be my first choice for this.

“Several studies have reported a relationship between biotin and blood lipids.”

The study was designed to look at the effect of biotin on blood lipids…

Including triglycerides and people with type II diabetes and people without diabetes.

“We investigated the effect of biotin administration on the concentration of plasma lipids, as well as glucose and insulin in type 2 diabetic and nondiabetic subjects.”

The participants were split into two groups. One group was given 5mg of biotin 3 times per day.

5mg before each of the 3 main meals.

“18 diabetic and 15 nondiabetic subjects aged 30-65 were randomized into two groups and received either 61.4 micromol/day of biotin or placebo.”

The people in the other group were given an inactive placebo capsule to take in the same manner.

The study ran for 4 weeks.

“Plasma samples obtained at baseline and after treatment were analyzed for total triglyceride, cholesterol, very low density lipoprotein (VLDL), glucose and insulin.”

Biotin significantly decreased triglycerides and VLDL cholesterol.

“We found that the vitamin significantly reduced plasma triglycerides and VLDL concentrations.”

Biotin was significantly reduced in diabetics – but it was further reduced in people without diabetes.

“Biotin produced the following changes over one month – triglycerides -0.55 in the diabetic group and -0.92 in the nondiabetic group.”

Reductions in VLDL were greater in people with diabetes.

There were no significant effects on total cholesterol, blood sugar, or insulin.

“Biotin treatment had no significant effects on cholesterol, glucose and insulin in either the diabetic or nondiabetic subjects.”

The study shows that 5mg of biotin 3 times per day could help with high triglycerides.

“We conclude that pharmacological doses of biotin could be used in the treatment of hypertriglyceridemia.”

Biotin is just one of a number of B vitamins which can have very potent and beneficial effects on blood markers related to metabolic problems…

And these changes in blood markers can have very significant health benefits.

—-Important Message About the Female Orgasm—-

Are you penetrating her the right way?

In 1927, Princess Marie Bonaparte made a huge discovery about the female orgasm…

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And it has to do with the ideal distance between a woman’s clitoris and vulva…

According to her research, a woman is more likely to come from penetration if her C to V distance is 1 inch or less.

So Princess Bonaparte underwent surgery — to move her clitoris closer to her vulva…

But it went terribly wrong and she ended up scarred for life.

And she could never orgasm from penetration despite how badly she wanted to.

And this is the problem for a lot of women today, believe it or not.

They want to come from penetration — but they just can’t…

And Princess Bonaparte was right — it does have a lot to do with a woman’s unique anatomical make-up down there…

But it can be overcome…no surgery required…

You just have to penetrate her the right way, like this


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 what is ultram 50mg to ensure accuracy.
Biotin supplementation reduces plasma triacylglycerol and VLDL in type 2 diabetic patients and in nondiabetic subjects with hypertriglyceridemiahttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16677798/