Bigger length and girth method — unknown in the USA

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Nobody’s talking about this in the States…

—-Important Message—-

The “length and girth” secret to a longer, thicker member

I’ve discovered this “length and girth” secret from an ancient Yurupari shaman living in a small Colombian village… 

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And it really works. It’s safer than stretching or jelqing, and it’s all-natural. 

Here’s the length and girth secret to a longer, thicker member (free to you today)


What B7 Can Do For Men

Vitamin B7 (AKA biotin) is an often-overlooked nutrient that can be found in both animal and plant foods.

At the beginning of the last century, experiments showed that vitamin B7 deficiency can cause skin and hair problems.

But many people don’t know that vitamin B7 is also critical for maintaining healthy blood sugar and lipid levels.

One study showed that a B7 supplement can decrease fasting blood sugar by up to 45% in people with type 2 diabetes.

Those benefits were seen in less than one month.

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The researchers carried out this human trial at the School of Medicine, Tohoku University, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Japan. The Journal of Clinical Biochemistry published the results.

The study recruited 43 people with type 2 diabetes. The group included 25 men and 18 women between the ages of 35 and 56.

“Forty-three out-patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, 25 males and 18 females, were recruited for the present study.”

The researchers also enrolled another 64 people. 

These people were not diagnosed with type 2 diabetes – as a control group for comparison.

All of the patients in the diabetic group had poor reactions to diabetes medications.

“At the beginning of the study, all patients had been treated with a dietary regimen alone or with a sulfonylurea agent, glibenclamide, with minimal or no benefit to their clinical features.”

The researchers conducted a number of tests on both groups before the trial began. 

And they repeated these tests multiple times throughout the 30-day experiment.

Before the study began, the diabetic patients had lower levels of vitamin B7 in their blood than the control group.

“B7 concentration in the 43 patients with type 2 diabetes was significantly lower than in the 64 non-diabetic patients.”

Non-diabetic participants had almost double the amount of B7 in their blood – 97 vs 57 nmol/liter.

Those with higher levels of vitamin B7 in the blood had lower fasting blood sugar.

“There was an inverse correlation between the serum biotin concentration and the fasting blood glucose levels.”

The diabetes patients were otherwise healthy. 

The researchers had them maintain their normal diet and lifestyle for the duration of the experiment.

The experiment involved taking vitamin B7 three times daily. Each dose was 3 mg.

“The study started with an oral administration of B7, 9 mg daily in three divided doses.”

28 patients in the diabetes group took part in the supplement experiment.

Of those, 18 patients were given vitamin B7 and 10 patients were given an inactive placebo.

“18 patients were randomly selected and given B7, 9 mg daily. The remaining 10 patients were given a placebo (maize starch).”

The results were positive but temporary…

Vitamin B7 significantly lowered fasting blood sugar levels in just 30 days.

“In patients who were given vitamin B7, fasting blood glucose decreased after the first month of administration.”

Before supplementing with B7, fasting blood glucose levels were 12.9 on average.

After a month of supplementation, the average blood glucose levels dropped down to 7.1 mmol/liter. That’s a decrease of 45%.

The researchers followed the participants after the end of the supplementation trial.

Shortly after the participants stopped taking B7, their blood sugar levels went back up.

“After the cessation of treatment, the levels returned nearly to the initial values.”

There were no changes in blood sugar levels in the diabetic patients given the placebo pill.

The researchers selected 20 of the patients to undergo a longer trial of vitamin B7. 

They tracked five of those patients for more than four years.

“5 patients were followed up for more than 4 years.”

Vitamin B7 normalized fasting blood sugar levels and kept them there over the long term.

“The fasting blood glucose level decreased to normal level within 2 months and remained within the normal range thereafter.”

The study indicates that B7 supplementation could be very useful for people with type 2 diabetes, particularly those who don’t respond well to other interventions.

Be aware that vitamin B7 can interfere with some hormone lab tests, including thyroid labs, when it is taken at high doses.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health-related problems.

—-Important Message for Men With Blood Sugar Problems—-

Kick starting the body this way gives men relief from blood sugar symptoms

Whether you have diabetes or are prediabetic, or just have some screwy blood sugar levels…

…this simple way of kick starting the body has the power to stop blood sugar symptoms within 2 weeks or less.

I call this method the “sippy cup” activity — and it works by flipping a switch in the body, so your body starts burning sugar for energy instead of fat.

And when your body starts burning sugar for energy, blood sugar levels normalize and most men’s blood sugar symptoms disappear.

It’s as easy as taking a few sips every morning.

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Click here to try the sippy cup activity and reverse your blood sugar problems and diabetes symptoms in as little as 2 weeks.


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.


Therapeutic Evaluation of the Effect of Biotin on Hyperglycemia in Patients with Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus