Doing this is better than cutting calories

Doing this is better than cutting calories


No more diets or sweating in the gym – just do this.

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Is it true? Did these diabetic men eliminate their symptoms by drinking sugary sodas?

It’s true that these diabetic men were overweight.

And it’s true that these diabetic men had high blood sugar.

But that’s because these men avoided eating sugar and only ate fatty foods.

And that is like having a hybrid car and only driving on gas, never using the electric power.

These men were never burning sugar – that’s why they have diabetes.

And that’s why, when these men started drinking sugary sodas, their sugar-burning mode kicked in.

My dad was exactly like that.

Just imagine no more finger-pricking, no more taking horrible chemicals, no more dragging your carcass to the doctor…

…and you get to drink sugary sodas!

Imagine how free you are feeling…you are a new man, horny and desirous of all there is to life…all the stuff you missed out on when you had diabetes.

Full release! The world is your oyster now. You can explore and travel and have the sexual adventures you always dreamed of.

Here’s the full story about sugar’s role in FIXING diabetes – it will SHOCK you…
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Doing this is better than cutting calories

I like food. I mean, I really like food. And I like to cook. And absolutely like to eat.

But I also know that not eating so much leads to a much longer lifespan – at least according to science.

“Scientists have long known that restricting calories can fend off physiological signs of aging, with studies in fruit flies, roundworms, rodents, and even people showing that chronically slashing intake by about a third can reap myriad health benefits and – in some cases – extend lifespan.”

Unfortunately, I’m not willing to give up food and eating in order to live longer.

But I don’t necessarily want to age any faster than I need to either.

And that’s why I’m super-excited to show you this study.

In this study, they show that a particular supplement – one that has no known side effects so far – actually gives you the same results as massive calorie restriction.

This is good news…

That’s because, for most people, calorie restriction over the long term isn’t very practical.

And for some people it’s actually dangerous.

What happens when calories are restricted?

Scientists began this study with a fascinating observation.

There is research that suggests that the body conserves nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) when it is subjected to a lower calorie intake.

And this observation led these scientists to wonder if supplementing with a precursor to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) could give some of the same health benefits as calorie restriction.

So the scientists did a trial using a substance called nicotinamide riboside. 24 men and women participated.

And the results were amazing.

Nicotinamide riboside kicked off the health benefits of calorie restriction without the caloric restriction.

“When people consume a natural dietary supplement called nicotinamide riboside (NR) daily, it mimics caloric restriction (CR) kick-starting the same key chemical pathways responsible for its health benefits.”

And even more exciting – at least in my line of work – this substance improved vascular health.

It improved both blood pressure and arterial health.

“Supplementation also tends to improve blood pressure and arterial health, particularly in those with mild hypertension.”

This is a super-big deal…

As we discussed before, that’s because your body isn’t just your heart or your prostate or your penis.

Everything is completely integrated.

So, if one part of your body experiences better vascular health, the rest of it probably will as well.

And for most guys, one of the most important places to have good vascular health is in the penile tissue.

When your blood flows correctly to your penis, then you have better erections…

Something else I really like about this particular protocol is that this supplement is extremely well tolerated. 

Most Big Pharma compounds have huge side effects.

But nobody has found any side effects for nicotinamide riboside yet – at the dose in the study, anyway.

“We found that it is well tolerated and appears to activate some of the same key biological pathways that calorie restriction does.”

In this study, the researchers gave the participants 500 mg of nicotinamide riboside twice a day.

And, at that level, they found that it boosted a specific compound in the body called NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). NAD+ normally declines with age.

“The researchers found that 1,000 mg daily of nicotinamide riboside (NR) boosted levels of another compound called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) by 60%. NAD+ is required for activation of enzymes called sirtuins, which are largely credited with the beneficial effects of calorie restriction. It’s involved in a host of metabolic actions throughout the body, but it tends to decline with age.”

As we age, our bodies are less and less able to handle stress.

Now, I’m not talking about the kind of stress the causes sleepless nights.

I’m talking about the type of environmental stress that causes the body to produce hormones that create internal inflammation.

Supplementing with nicotinamide riboside seems to calm that stress reaction down.

“The idea is that by supplementing older adults with nicotinamide riboside (NR), we are not only restoring something that is lost with aging – nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) – but we could potentially be ramping up the activity of enzymes responsible for helping protect our bodies from stress…” 

I always love to find a supplement that can be used instead of a more onerous or dangerous approach.

In this case, NR may be able to be used as a replacement for long-term calorie restriction.

And, while the news about this supplement really surprised me, I don’t think it works as well as the 45-second activity I reveal below….

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I was so frustrated…my experiment seemed to be failing…

My wife Jodi asked me what was wrong.

I told her that this wasn’t working.

Even though the biochemistry was right, something was just lacking and I would have to start all over.

But the next day, a Saturday, I knew something was up…

My waistband was a little looser. I could pull my belt in an extra notch. Wow!

The scale showed the same numbers, but I was absolutely thinner.

Then, over the next few months, I went from a size 38 to a size 32. And my numbers slowly fell to 175.

I realized that my 45-second activity was working to burn off my flab and create stronger, firmer erections.

But what about my testosterone levels?

The proof whether the 45-second activity really raises testosterone too would be in a blood test…

A few days later, the results came back from the lab, and I was astonished.

Here are the results:

Now I was sure my 45-second activity was also raising my testosterone as well!

I was too confident and thought my weight would drop in days, but it took a couple weeks.

Do you want the same results?

Here’s the 45-second activity I used to lose flab, restore youthful erections, and even raise testosterone too!

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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.
Dietary supplement shows promise for reversing cardiovascular aging – 'NR' shown to mimic caloric restriction, boost arterial health https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/03/180329083313.htm

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