Harvard discovery makes men 50+ have more sex

These men are beating out all the younger guys thanks to this discovery…

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Harvard discovery makes men 50+ have more sex than younger guys

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Who would have thought…

…the GEEKS at universities have discovered a technique that older guys are using…

…to get hot women and having them on their knees in a heartbeat?

Yeah, funny right?

Like, of all the people that would figure this out…

…it’s a bunch of geeks in a lab at Harvard university?

And older guys are going nuts with this little technique…

It’s literally step-by-step, simple stuff that anyone can use to attract young women.

To see how it works, watch this (funny) video here.


How much salt should men be eating?

Doctors are always after people to “control their salt intake.”

I’ve done a lot of studying on salt and I think that this is the entirely WRONG message.

Now…before I go on, I’m not saying to never listen to your doctor.

I’m not a doctor. I can’t give you medical advice.

What I am is a person that is dedicated to researching subjects thoroughly and giving you a complete picture into what is actually going on.

Here’s the reality of the situation…

There are lots of things in our modern food supply that are really bad for you, and they contribute to health problems.

The evidence doesn’t support the idea that salt by itself is the problem.

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To make this all more complicated, when your salt intake is too low it can cause major health problems.

Compared with moderate sodium intake, high sodium intake is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events and death in hypertensive populations (no association in normotensive population), while the association of low sodium intake with increased risk of cardiovascular events and death is observed in those with or without hypertension.

I want you to notice that low sodium intake is associated with more heart disease and more death even if you DON’T have high blood pressure.

There is also little evidence that moderate sodium intake does anything negative to your heart health at all.

Sodium intake was associated with cardiovascular disease and strokes only in communities where mean intake was greater than 5 g/day. A strategy of sodium reduction in these communities and countries but not in others might be appropriate.

I would argue that one of the biggest problems with many modern diets is that they are full of what is called ultra-processed foods.

These foods are often high in salt and they usually also contain loads of PUFA fats – which are terrible for your body!

If you eat more than 4 servings a day of ultra-processed food you have a 62% higher chance of dying.

Results showed that higher consumption of ultra-processed foods (more than 4 servings per day) was associated with a 62% increased risk of all cause mortality compared with lower consumption (less than 2 servings per day). For each additional daily serving of ultra-processed food, mortality risk relatively increased by 18% (a dose-response effect).

You don’t even have to eat very much ultra-processed food for it to become a problem.

A 10% increase in ultra-processed foods can dramatically increase the health problems that you have.

Results showed that an absolute 10% increase in the proportion of ultra-processed food in the diet was associated with significantly higher rates of overall cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, and cerebrovascular disease (increase of 12%, 13%, and 11% respectively).

What I’ve found is that when people stop eating so much ultra-processed food and start using salt according to their body’s salt appetite…

…that they don’t really have any of the problems that are typically associated with a high salt diet.

I personally think that the focus on heart health should not be so much about salt, but about eating fewer ultra-processed foods.

If you eat real food – like the kind you find on the outside aisles of the grocery store – and eat salt to taste…

You are likely to have very few problems with salt, and you will eliminate a lot of the other more problematic foods from your diet.

—-Important Message for Men—-

These 5 foods are natural penile pumps

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These 5 foods contain nutrients that expand a man’s penile chambers, allowing more blood to flow in…

And the more blood flows in, the bigger erections become!

Here are the 5 penile pump foods men should be eating if they want great blood flow and great rockiness 

Psst… these 5 foods also lower blood pressure!


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