It’s all about WHEN you eat…this is an amazing discovery if you love food as much as I do…
This simple change in focus will give you back great, long-lasting erections like when you were a teenager
And did you know that a 2-minute change in focus can make your penis spring back into action?
It’s true… Anytime I accidentally start losing my hard-on during sex, I take this short pause… And before I know it, my erection is back and then some!
This 2-minute change in focus works, thanks to something I call the “wall socket connection”…
The “wall socket connection” unleashes the power of sexual pleasure and energy that is so deep, with a connection so strong, that you two will never, ever argue or bicker again.
This 2-minute change in focus makes any problems between you two completely, entirely disappear…
…and electrifies the connections between you before, during, and after each sexual adventure.
Here’s how to burn 1,000 calories and not even realize it
Snacking and eating at strange times – they seem to go hand in hand with excessive weight gain…
But there is some lack of clarity as to why this happens. (What causes what?)
This new study may help.
It shows that choosing certain types of fatty foods leads to disordered eating…
This research was conducted at Cedric Notredame (CRG) and Elena Martín-García (UPF) and the results were published in the Journal of Addiction Biology.
In the last 100 years, we have had access to increasingly calorically dense foods.
Science is only now beginning to pick apart the effect these types of foods have on obesity.
“How these foods contribute to overeating is not well understood and needs systematic assessment.”
The scientists did a couple of experiments where they gave mice access to either high-fat meals or commercial chocolate-based snacks – with the option of standard chow as well.
Other mice in the experiments only got to have standard chow.
The researchers were simulating our access to cafeteria-like food and feeding times…
…compared to more traditional dietary patterns.
In the beginning, the mice in the study groups had access to high-fat or chocolate foods for only a small period every day. They had normal chow the rest of the time.
Later on, those mice had access to high-fat food or chocolate 24-hours per day. Again, they always had the option of normal chow too.
“We examined meal pattern upon long‐term exposure to a free‐choice chocolate‐mixture diet and a high‐fat diet.”
The study showed that access to high-fat or high-chocolate meals altered the feeding behavior of the mice.
“We identified rapid diet‐specific behavioral changes after exposure to those high‐caloric diets.”
Mice given access to high-fat or high-chocolate meals began to eat at strange times.
“Mice fed with high‐fat chow showed long‐lasting meal pattern disturbances, which initiated with a stable loss of circadian feeding rhythmicity.”
The compulsive eating behavior began long before the mice became fat.
“Compulsive eating behavior is triggered immediately after exposure to both high‐fat food and chocolate‐mixture diet, well before any changes in body weight could be observed.”
Mice exposed to high-fat diets ate quickly.
AND they ate more food and they ate more often.
“In week 1 we detected significant increases in food intake, number of meals and eating rate, while the duration of each meal was reduced.”
Similar effects were seen in mice given access to commercial chocolate products (though the changes were not as extreme).
Mice are very similar to humans in how they feed – remarkably similar for such a small animal.
One major difference between mice and humans is that mice are nocturnal.
Mice tend to feed at night – in the dark.
But, when given access to high-fat meals, the mice almost immediately began to feed more during daylight hours.
The increase in feeding hours seen in these mice may be similar to night-time snacking seen in obese people.
Circadian feeding rhythmicity is the daily eating pattern.
“High-fat chow mice increased food intake and lost the circadian feeding rhythmicity as shown by an increase of feeding events in the light phase.”
The scientists believe that behavioral changes seen during these experiments may be similar to those seen in the onset of obesity in humans.
“We propose these changes as behavioral biomarkers of early behavioral changes in obesity that could allow early intervention.”
This study indicates that certain types of foods can create an overeating pattern.
“Our results suggest diet-specific almost immediate increased food intake and eating rate, along with a reduced meal duration and intermeal interval as compared with standard chow, leading to an overeating phenotype.”
These experiments should be repeated in humans – it seems likely that they will be relevant.
Much of the popular media is continuing to scare people about sugar while science is showing the dangers of the high-fat diet.
You should see a healthcare professional about the treatment of obesity and obesity-related health issues.
Burn off belly fat as body heat! Here’s how…
When I wanted to lose fat, I tried exercise. But to burn off just 1,000 calories, I had to run steadily, without stopping, for a full hour.
That was impossible.
Then I tried reducing my food intake.
And my metabolism got SLOW.
My blood sugar got wonky.
And eventually, I put the fat back on.
But I wasn’t eating NEARLY as much. Ugh, the worst of all worlds!
Then I discovered the power of burning off fat as body heat…
Remember this from high school science?
Energy can be used in two ways – it can be used through exercise, which is hard.
Or it can be burned off as heat.
That’s it. Burn it off as heat, or exercise it away.
And it turns out that eating a certain way burns off the calories as body heat.
You feel warmer, and you are healthier.
Your brain is clearer. And the fat melts off.
No more cutting calories or counting carbs. And no more skipping meals.