Boost your masculine drive with this 1 forgotten nutrient

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Boost your masculine drive with this 1 forgotten nutrient

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Remember being a teenage boy and waking up with the most intense morning wood every morning?

You’d have to find time to sneak away all day every day to jerk off.

Our sexual appetites were ravenous back then, lol. To the point of being annoying!

And I don’t know about you but I wanted a way to get that feeling back…

…to have a roaring healthy sex drive that makes life more fun and exciting…

So I started researching masculine drive and experimenting with different ways of raising it…

And I discovered a forgotten nutrient that most men are deficient in…

And this 1 forgotten nutrient raises drive better than anything else I’ve ever tried…

Quickly too. For most men, it starts working in just a few hours…and for other men, in just a few days.

Here’s the forgotten nutrient that’s boosting my masculine drive — you can use it too and get that fun horny feeling back all the time


Why these men have erections problems

Hey, Matt Cook here, and high blood pressure is often caused by changes to the blood vessels which makes them stiff and inflexible.

The same process limits blood flow to the penis, and can cause both cardiovascular disease and erections problems.

Type II diabetes is another common problem with similar roots.

It often starts when toxic bacteria leak from the gut, causing inflammation in the liver and fatty tissues.

But, this same toxic bacteria (endotoxin) also damages the penis and testicles, causing low testosterone and poor rockiness.

Most men who suffer from high blood pressure and/or type II diabetes also have erections problems…

But many don’t speak to their doctor about it, and research shows that many of them want their doctor to bring up

Unfortunately, it’s extremely unlikely for a doctor to start a conversation like this.

And anyway, many doctors don’t understand the root causes of these conditions, and so can’t really address the underlying issues.

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The human research was carried out at Hopital de Bicetre in France. The paper was published in Urology.

The authors of this study were to learn more about the relationship between erections problems, high blood pressure, and the incidence of type II diabetes.

“To survey the presence of, and attitudes toward, ‘penile’ dysfunction among patients with hypertension and/or diabetes mellitus who sought general medical care for any reason.”

1000s of men were asked about their health – whether they visited a doctor for either of these 3 conditions.

The men were also asked about their sex lives via a standardized questionnaire which systematically assesses the degree of erections problems (The IIEF-5).

The men were also asked quite simply if they believed they suffered from poor rockiness.

“The abbreviated five-item version of the International Index of ‘Penile’ Function (IIEF-5) was used to determine the presence of ‘penile’ dysfunction.”

The research included almost 8,000 men – almost 90% of whom were in a long-term relationship. The men were all in their 40s, 50s, and 60s.

The majority of men who had high blood pressure reported having poor rockiness.

“In patients with hypertension alone (3906) ‘penile’ dysfunction was reported by 61%”

⅔ of men with type II diabetes reported poor rockiness.

“In patients with diabetes alone (2377), ‘penile’ dysfunction was reported by 67%.”

The results of the standardized questionnaires showed that an even higher percentage of men in both groups are diagnosed with poor rockiness.

“‘Penile’ dysfunction was present in 67% with hypertension and 71% with diabetes as defined by an IIEF-5 score of less than 21.”

The researchers identified a number of different factors which could play into poor erections in these men…

One of which was the use of blood pressure-lowering treatments.

Blood pressure-lowering treatments don’t address the underlying problems in the blood vessels.

The blood vessels in the penis remain dysfunctional, but these treatments further reduce blood flow to feed into the already choked penile venous system.

“Prevalence was affected by disease characteristics and history, and the number and type of antihypertensive ‘treatments.’”

The incidence of erections problems was even higher in men who had gone to develop both high blood pressure and type II diabetes.

“‘Penile’ dysfunction was reported by 78% of patients with both diseases and was present in 77% according to the IIEF-5 score.”

The vast majority of men with poor erections considered it a significant problem…

But the vast majority of those men were not undergoing any treatment for the condition.

“‘Penile’ dysfunction was fairly to very bothersome in 80% but untreated in 65%, of whom 69% wanted treatment.”

Most of them did want to have the problem fixed…

“Most of those wanting treatment would have welcomed discussion with their physician (82%) of and most wanted their physician to broach the subject (69%).”

It seems that most men are sort of hoping that their doctor will bring up the topic… Which is extremely unlikely.

Even so, most doctors do not know how to solve the problem in the long term.

Little blue guys do work in the short-term, but they cause other problems and don’t address the underlying fundamental issues.

They’re just kicking the can down the road.

I have discussed the relationship between these conditions and how you might go about addressing the underlying problems in a number of newsletters.

I find it fascinating how different parts of the body are so intricately linked, and how seemingly different health problems have the same fundamental causes.

—-Important Message About Improving Penile Blood Flow—-

Vasodilating your member for bigger, longer-lasting rockiness

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Vasodilation is a fancy term for opening up the blood vessels.

Vasodilation helps improve blood flow because it keeps the arteries wide-open and flexible, so plenty of blood can flow through.

And vasodilation works just as well downstairs as it does elsewhere in the body…

In fact, I’ve found a way of vasodilating the member for bigger-looking, longer-lasting erections and it’s so easy…

Any man can do it in just minutes from the comfort of his own home.

Here’s my Vasodilation Protocol for bigger, longer-lasting erections — try it for 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.
Prevalence of erectile dysfunction among 7689 patients with diabetes or hypertension, or both