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—-Important Message for Men Who Want to Last Longer—-

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According to the Kinsey Institute for sexual health, most men are only lasting 2 or 3 minutes with a woman…

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…but a woman hasn’t even gotten started in just 2 or 3 minutes.

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High blood sugar levels and a sedentary lifestyle usually go hand-in-hand.

That’s why I recommend being active to achieve a perfect blood sugar level.

Today I’m going to do just that, but with something added to it.


We have gotten so far away from nature that we become happy at the sight of a tree.

But this shouldn’t be so – humans were designed to be at one with nature.

Research shows that even the sight of a tree is beneficial for us.

Today’s topic is “shinrin-yoku.”

Shinrin-yoku is a Japanese term that translates to “forest bathing” or “taking in the forest atmosphere.”

It’s a practice of spending time in nature to improve physical and mental health.

Let’s see how it helps with blood sugar levels.

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This study was conducted at Hokkaido University, Japan. It was published in the International Journal of Biometeorology.

The researchers looked at how walking in a forest environment (shinrin-yoku) can affect blood sugar levels.

To do the study, researchers recruited 87 patients with diabetes to participate.

The patients were split into 2 groups.

They walked either 2 or 4 miles, depending on their physical ability.

The results could make you go out and walk in the forest right now…

The researchers found that the patient’s blood sugar levels decreased significantly after the forest walks.

“The mean blood glucose level after forest walking changed from 179 (SEM 4) mg.100 ml-1 to 108 (SEM 2) mg.100 ml-1.”

Glycated hemoglobin A1c also decreased.

This shows the average blood sugar levels over the past 2 to 3 months.

“The level of glycated hemoglobin A1c also decreased from 6.9 (SEM 0.2)% (before the first shinrin-yoku) to 6.5 (SEM 0.1)% (after the last shinrin-yoku; P

The researchers also say that walking in the forest has other beneficial effects on blood sugar levels…

…through changes in hormone secretion and the nervous system.

“Since the forest environment causes changes in hormonal secretion and autonomic nervous functions, it is presumed that, in addition to the increased calorie consumption and improved insulin sensitivity, walking in a forest environment has other beneficial effects in decreasing blood glucose levels.”

The increased physical activity and improved insulin sensitivity from the walks also helped with blood sugar levels.

Overall, this study shows that walking in nature can help you reduce your blood sugar.

If you’re struggling with high levels, it’ll definitely be helpful.

And even if you don’t struggle with your blood sugar, you should still do it regularly…

…because the benefits are not limited to this only.

Other ways in which nature and forest walks have proven to be helpful:

  1. Forest walks can increase the body’s ability to fight cancer.
  2. Walking in a forest can lower blood pressure.
  3. Forest walks can reduce stress hormones – and can help you relax
  4. Forest walks can help balance the nervous system (which is usually overstimulated)
  5. Walking in a forest can help you sleep better.
  6. Walking in a forest can improve your mood
  7. Forest walks are great if you’re recovering from an injury or illness.
  8. Walking in a forest may help boost the immune system.

As you see, nature nurtures.

I can’t imagine myself being away from nature even for a day.

Because after incorporating it into my life (beaches, forests, lakes, etc.), the change in my health is remarkable.

That’s why I don’t think I will ever give it up.

—-Important Message For Men with Prediabetes or Diabetes, Even Type II—-

The devastating diabetes mistake that even good doctors make

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There’s one big mistake that many men with diabetes are making day in and day out…

And it’s making blood sugar symptoms worse, as men feel sicker and sicker…

There are even doctors making this diabetes mistake, simply because they don’t know any better…

And that’s why it’s so important that you check this out — my diabetes breakthrough for men

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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.