Disturbing method gives men swords of steel between the legs

It’s really weird how well this works, even if you haven’t had morning wood in weeks

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—-Important Message From Mike—-

Disturbing method gives men swords of steel between the legs

I was shocked and amazed…and even a bit DISTURBED…

…when I found out about this weird way to supercharge your “torpedo area” as a man…

Suddenly I had a sword of steel between my legs…

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It made my wife go WILD with delight and start begging me to make love to her every day, sometimes even twice a day…

And it’s so easy for a guy to do. This unusual, natural method just takes 30 seconds.

I made a video showing you exactly how it works to give a man supercharged “rockiness” no matter how long it’s been…

Watch it here — NSFW — naughty.


Which kind of oils should men be eating?

If I were to give the world only one piece of health advice… it would be to limit exposure to polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAS).

These are types of fats which are consumed in large amounts these days – they come from fish oil and vegetable oil.

Decades ago, incorrect theories about the “essentiality” of these oils led to widespread “education” of the public…

Encouraging people to consume more vegetable oil and more fish oil.

And even though we have decades of experimental evidence showing the harms caused by these fats…

The establishment is very slow to reverse their official position.

In the latest of a long line of experiments showing the harms caused by polyunsaturated fatty acids…

Researchers found that blood levels of a fat which comes from vegetable oil

Was strongly linked to obesity and insulin resistance.

It’s something which has been confirmed by numerous other experimental methods in the past.

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The human research was carried out at Yokohama Rosai Hospital in Japan. The findings were published in the journal of The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine.

The researchers set out to look at the relationship between the levels of different types of polyunsaturated fats in the blood of patients.

These patients had type II diabetes and obesity-related metabolic abnormalities.

They looked for the relationship between blood levels of these fats and body mass index, insulin resistance and body fat percentage.

One fat called DGLA was strongly associated with higher body mass index, a larger waist, increased body fat percentage and insulin resistance.

DGLA is a metabolite of polyunsaturated fat found in abundance in many vegetable oils…

Or more precisely, seed, nut and grain oils.

“The DGLA levels have the strongest correlations with BMI, waist circumference, HOMA-IR and body fat percentage.”

HOMA-IR is a test of insulin resistance.

This vegetable oil fat was elevated in people suffering from all sorts of metabolic problems.

“High serum DGLA levels are associated with obesity, body fat accumulation, and insulin resistance in patients with type II diabetes.”

The polyunsaturated fat also had links to elevated liver enzymes.

Specifically, people with more DGLA in their blood were more likely to have elevated ALT – one of the basic liver labs.

“High serum DGLA also had strong correlations with high ALT levels.”

High ALT is an indicator of liver damage, hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer or other liver diseases.”

Numerous other lines of research have found a causal role for a number of polyunsaturated fats in all of these health conditions.

The researchers suggested that testing for blood levels of these fats may be a good way for predicting metabolic and liver disease.

“The measurement of serum polyunsaturated fatty acid levels may be useful for evaluating metabolic abnormalities in estimating the dietary habits of patients.”

The paper talks about the different effects of the different polyunsaturated fats.

The authors follow the narrative that the omega-6 polyunsaturated fats are bad while the omega-3 polyunsaturated fats are good.

But that line of argumentation ignores all of the other problems caused by the omega-3 fats – which come primarily from fish oils.

As I have written about in other articles, the omega-3s suppress the immune system.

This leaves people open to infection and even increases the risk of cancer – because the immune system is so active in fighting cancer.

The omega-3 to omega-6 ratio is a dead end.

When you look at the whole picture of polyunsaturated fats’ effects on health…

It’s quite clear that minimizing your consumption of these fats is the best way to go.

Healthy fats include dairy, coconut oil, cocoa fat and even a little olive oil.

Pass on the fish and vegetable oils.

—-Important Message About Protecting Your Body From PUFAs—-

45-second method destroys the deadly oils already inside your body

If you’re like most men, you’ve been eating these deadly harmful oils without even realizing it…

Because they’re hiding in everything!

They’re hiding inside popular snack foods, bottled liquids, certain cooking staples…

Even so-called “healthy” foods are chock full of these harmful oils.

I call these oils the killer lipid — and chances are, you’ve eaten one or more of these killer lipids in the last few days…

So here’s what to do about the killer lipids already inside your body — works in 45 seconds to destroy these harmful oils BEFORE they enter the bloodstream


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.
Increased Serum Dihomo-γ-linolenic Acid Levels Are Associated with Obesity, Body Fat Accumulation, and Insulin Resistance in Japanese Patients with Type 2 Diabeteshttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29877283/