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How increasing penile oxygen can give you better erections than you’ve had in years

You know the little pulse oximeter the nurse puts on your finger at the doctor’s office to measure your heart rate?

Well a device similar to that can be strapped to the male member and a probe measures blood oxygen levels…

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And men with higher penile oxygen levels experience fuller, longer-lasting boners…

…and even while flaccid, their members look bigger and more engorged.

But you don’t need a probe or to strap anything to your member…

I have a super simple way of increasing penile oxygen — it works in 7 minutes.

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Men should only be eating rice this 1 way

Do you ever find yourself irritable or anxious on certain days for reasons that you cannot put your finger on?

One of the reasons for this may be that something you’ve eaten has been fermented by some problematic bacteria…

…rather than being absorbed by your body.

Highly fermentable foods provide sustenance for bacteria which can rapidly explode in population

…infiltrating the rest of the body and causing mood disturbances…

or producing chemical messengers which themselves lead to massive changes in mood and behavior.

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The animal experiments were performed at the University of New England in Australia. This paper was published in Physiology and Behavior.

The authors of this study were investigating potential changes in lactic acid in the digestive system in response to consumption of fermentable carbohydrates.

You can think of these as fibers which humans can’t digest but which can feed bacteria – sometimes “bad” bacteria.

“Lactic acid accumulation in the caecum and colon resulting from the fermentation of carbohydrates can lead to deleterious effects in animals, including humans.”

The researchers carried out their experiments on three groups of rats.

One group was given a standard lab rat diet.

Another group was given a diet with plenty of soluble carbohydrates…

Carbohydrates that can be absorbed by the animal in the upper part of the digestive system.

The final group were given a diet high in fermentable carbohydrates – which are difficult or impossible to absorb.

These fermentable carbohydrates travel further down the digestive system and provide a feast for bacteria that reside there.

“In the present study, we examined the behavioral effects of two types of commonly consumed foods: soluble and fermentable carbohydrates.”

The soluble (digestible) carbohydrate came from highly processed wheat.

“Thirty-six male rats were fed either a commercial rat and mouse chow, a soluble carbohydrate-based diet or a fermentable carbohydrates-based diet.”

The fermentable (digestible) carbohydrate came from cooked and then cooled rice.

“A wheat-based diet was used as the soluble carbohydrate diet and was likely to be digested predominantly in the stomach and small intestine.”

Note that well cooked, freshly cooked white rice is extremely well digested by most people.

The process of allowing cooked rice to cool before reading it completely changes the structural composition of the rice making it something else entirely.

It is the cooling of cooked rice which makes it fermentable food for potentially bad bacteria.

“The fermentable carbohydrates diet was based on the main ingredient of cooked and cooled rice. This diet was expected to be relatively higher in retrograded starch after cooking and cooling and was likely to be fermented by bacteria.”

The researchers carried out numerous behavioral experiments on these animals.

“Social interaction, anxiety, aggression and locomotor activity were examined by employing a social interaction test and a light/dark emergence test.”

Later, the animals were sacrificed as the researchers looked to see what was going on in their gastrointestinal systems.

“Physical parameters of hindgut fermentation were examined after sacrifice, either 3 or 21 h after feeding.”

Animals consuming the indigestible, fermentable carbohydrate were extremely anxious compared to the other groups.

“Results showed that anxiety (spending less time in the light compartment during the light/dark emergence test) was raised following raised concentrations of fermentation end products.”

These anxious animals which were consuming large amounts of fermentable starch were also much more aggressive.

“Aggression (increased fighting during the social interaction test) was increased following raised concentrations of fermentation end products, such as lactic acid and volatile fatty acids in the caecum of rats.”

The researchers were not able to link these behavioral changes to changes in serotonin dopamine in the brain.

Not entirely surprising given that the gut is now known as “the second brain”…

“These associations occurred regardless of dopamine and serotonin concentrations in the prefrontal cortex.”

In truth, these types of fermentable fibers can have a wide variety of detrimental effects.

They can physically irritate the gastrointestinal system, increasing anxiety-producing substances like estrogen, serotonin and histamine.

These fibers can also lead to an explosion in bad bacteria.

These bacteria themselves can alter mood – and they can alter mood indirectly by producing toxic byproducts.

The effects of these types of indigestible carbohydrates can be felt pretty quickly by some people.

For others they may not be noticed until the next day – depending on how rapidly things move through the individual’s digestive system.

“These results provide evidence supporting a general effect of fermentable carbohydrates on behavior.”

With been told over and over again about the importance of fibers and fermentable foods for healthy gut bacteria.

This may be true to a point – but we need to be really careful about which fibers we are eating and which bacteria we are feeding!

These choices can literally change your personality.

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Do this red beet test to see if you have gut problems

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Most men have guts that are way too fast or way too slow.

So I’ve come up with a quick way for a man to test out his gut health at home.

I call it the Red Beet Test, and all you need is some beets.

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Eat them raw or cooked, however you prefer, and then wait to see them pass through your stool.

If it takes longer than 12 hours, your gut is too slow.

If it takes less than 12 hours, your gut is too fast.

And both mean you are suffering from a leaky gut, which is when poisons are spewing out of your gut and into the rest of your body.

But don’t worry — I’ve found a simple fix for both problems and it’s just as simple as the red beet test.

I’m calling it my Clean Organ Protocol, and it will get your gut in great working order (and improve erections too)


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.
Anxiety and aggression associated with the fermentation of carbohydrates in the hindgut of rats