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How to feel orgasmic waves of pleasure like you’ve never felt before

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I’ve discovered a new way of doing things between the sheets…

A new way of intercourse that lets you last for hours…

While waves and waves of pleasure crash over you again and again…

You’re in bliss… and so is your partner…

And once you try this, you’ll never want to go back to doing things the old way ever again…

Here’s a short little explanation showing you how to try this as soon as tonight


Signs of SIBO in men

Matt Cook here, and the gastrointestinal system is important because it is responsible for the absorption of all the nutrients that we need to live.

An unhealthy gastrointestinal system can lead to nutrient malnutrition and also poisoning from harmful bacteria produced in and leaking from the slow gut.

A whole lot of human death and disease is caused by bacteria produced in the gut.

The thyroid is also a critical nexus of human health. This is because it produces hormones that are essential for cellular energy production.

Both the thyroid and the gut affect overall health profoundly.

And the health of both systems are intricately interlinked.

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The review of human research was published in the Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism.

The authors of this study investigate the relationship between SIBO, gastrointestinal motility, and thyroid dysfunction.

Gastrointestinal motility refers to the movement and contraction of the gastrointestinal system, which moves food and waste through the body.

Excessively slow or fast movement of the system can cause many health problems.

“Altered gastrointestinal (GI) motility is seen in many pathological conditions.”

SIBO is an acronym for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. It’s self-explanatory – an overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the small intestine.

“Reduced motility is one of the risk factors for the development of a small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO).”

Things should move through the small intestine quickly.

When motility slows, it provides the opportunity for bacterial overgrowth, which can lead to many knock-on problems, including bloating and bacterial toxicity.

The relationship between low thyroid hormones, hypothyroidism, and constipation is very well known.

Hypothyroidism slows gastrointestinal motility.

“Hypothyroidism is associated with altered GI motility.”

The authors of this study reviewed numerous papers on these topics to summarize the current knowledge.

It’s now well-proven that slow motility issues can cause SIBO.

To prevent bacterial overgrowth, things need to be moving at a fast, healthy rate.

“Altered GI motility leads to SIBO.”

People with hypothyroidism generally have slow motility – so, surprise, surprise, hypothyroidism is associated with SIBO.

“SIBO is common in patients with hypothyroidism.”

Accelerating gastrointestinal motility prevents bacterial overgrowth.

(This cannot be done by correcting thyroid hormones in people with hypothyroidism, often no other treatments are needed.)

“In healthy individuals, normal small GI motility prevents the overgrowth of bacterial microorganisms.”

The majority of people with hypothyroidism have small intestinal bacterial overgrowth.

“It has been reported that SIBO may be present in more than half of patients with hypothyroidism. Constipation is common in hypothyroid patients.”

Food and waste are simply hanging around too long, providing sustenance for rapidly multiplying bacteria, which should not be there in the first place.

Thyroid hormones are also involved in the production of antimicrobial substances.

The slow gut caused by low thyroid hormones leads to bacterial overgrowth.

“GI hypomotility in hypothyroidism may promote bacterial overgrowth leading to chronic GI symptoms.”

With hypothyroidism, doctors often focus on seemingly more pressing issues.

The cardiovascular issues related to hypothyroidism are particularly interesting because we now know that inflammatory bacteria which leak from an unhealthy gut are a massive cause of cardiovascular issues.

“GI symptoms may be ignored in hypothyroidism due to other systemic symptoms involving cardiovascular, neuromuscular or ophthalmic systems.”

As I often say, when people have low thyroid function, you can usually fix a lot of their health problems by optimizing the thyroid.

“SIBO may be responsible for chronic GI symptoms in these patients.”

The authors recommend testing hypothyroid patients for SIBO and possibly using antibiotics and other treatments to try and kill off the bacteria.

“It is prudent to evaluate the possibility of SIBO in patients with chronic GI symptoms in hypothyroidism.”

But killing off the bacteria won’t solve the problem long-term because the cause of the issue is low thyroid hormones leading to slow gastrointestinal motility.

“Both antibiotics and probiotics have been studied and found to be effective in the management of SIBO.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

—-Important Message—-

This forgotten “whole animal” nutrient can boost thyroid function by 80%

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There’s an essential nutrient almost all men are deficient in that was first discovered by Broda Barnes in 1950…

I call it the “whole animal” nutrient because it is found naturally in pigs and cows and other livestock.

And men used to get a big healthy dose of this whole animal nutrient at practically every meal time.

But nowadays, we don’t eat the same way…

When you go into the supermarket and see the burger and meat trays… the whole animal nutrient has been taken out…

So most men are terribly deficient in this essential nutrient — and it’s making men feel older, sicker, and struggle in the bedroom.

Fortunately, I’ve discovered a natural way to get more of this whole animal nutrient and potentially add decades to your life.

In fact, Dr. Barnes tested this nutrient on 3,000 men who began reporting powerful health benefits like a faster metabolism, perfect blood pressure, more stamina, even better sexual abilities…

Here’s how to get more of this forgotten whole animal nutrient before it’s taken away again


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.
Link between hypothyroidism and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth