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Here’s how to have sex more than any other guy you know…

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Use the “sexual lens” method to restore your wife or girlfriend’s enthusiasm for sex — perfect for guys in long-term relationships

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With just a touch, you can excite her enough to make her want you right then and there… 

She will be fantasizing about you taking her upstairs, or bending her over the couch… 

And you barely have to do a thing… the sexual lens method does it all… 

You can go from having sex rarely or never… to doing it 3-5 times a week… 

…even if she’s told you she’s “done” with sex or not been interested in doing it in a while… 

Here’s how to use the sexual lens method to restore your wife or girlfriend’s sex drive… 


Rockiness problems often caused by deficiency of this vitamin

Let’s talk about a common vitamin that when deficient leads to erections problems in men.

Specifically men being treated for diabetes. Men given metformin.

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Metformin can cause B12 deficiency.

Metformin is a wildly popular med for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. 

If you are taking metformin, don’t ever go off it without working with your doctor. I’m not a doctor. I can’t give you medical advice. I’m just here to make sure you have solid info based on research.

In this study, researchers looked at 26 different papers to see if there is a link between metformin and vitamin B12 deficiency.

“Metformin is the most widely used oral hypoglycemic drug, but it may lower B12 status – which could have important clinical implications. We undertook a systematic review and meta-analysis of the relationship between metformin use and vitamin B12 deficiency in persons with type 2 diabetes.”

And they found a strong association between the use of metformin and deficiency in this important mood-regulating vitamin.

“Twenty-six papers were included in the review. Ten out of 17 observational studies showed statistically significantly lower levels of vitamin B12 in patients on metformin than not on metformin. Meta-analysis performed on four trials demonstrated a statistically significant overall mean B12 reducing effect of metformin…after 6 weeks to 3 months of use.”

This doesn’t seem like a big deal until you know the repercussions of being deficient in vitamin B12.

Low levels of vitamin B12 are linked to depression.

I can almost guarantee that if you go to the doctor or psychologist for depression, they are not likely to test your B vitamin levels before prescribing medications to treat the depression. 

And yet… depression is a known side effect of deficiencies in vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and folate.

“Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins play a role in producing brain chemicals that affect mood and other brain functions. Low levels of B12 and other B vitamins such as vitamin B6 and folate may be linked to depression.”

This is EXACTLY what I’m talking about when I say that sometimes side effects from certain treatments aren’t always a straight line and aren’t always well-known.

There is a good deal of evidence that metformin lowers levels of vitamin B12 and that deficiencies in this vitamin can cause depression. 

But, because there is not a direct line between metformin and depression, many doctors don’t put the two together.

As a side note, most people can reverse type 2 diabetes –  even if they are already on treatments such as metformin. I’ve seen it happen many times. (But that’s for another article.)

For now, what you need to know is that if you are on metformin and experiencing depression, ask your doctor to test your vitamin B levels. 

If you are borderline or deficient in vitamin B (especially B12), the cause may be metformin. And that deficiency can CAUSE depression.

A severe vitamin B12 deficiency can also lead to memory loss, incontinence, paranoia and delusions, loss of taste and smell, and more.

Sometimes supplements can help. But sometimes you have to go off the treatment. 

You need to talk with your doctor for the best path forward.

“If you have a vitamin B12 deficiency, taking a daily supplement that includes vitamin B12 may help your body get the nutrients it needs. But study results have been mixed and questionable on whether vitamin B12 supplements can help reduce the risk of depression. Because B12 and other vitamin supplements can interact with some medications, especially in high doses, talk to your doctor before you take a vitamin supplement.”

So now you know. If you are taking metformin then you should watch out for depression as a potential side effect.

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Why are so many doctors getting diabetes?

If diabetes treatment works so well, why are more and more doctors becoming diabetic?

Fact: diabetes is skyrocketing amongst the entire population, ESPECIALLY amongst physicians.


Maybe it’s because today’s diabetes treatments actually CAUSE diabetes to get worse and worse.

I do not know ANY diabetic men who are potent in the bedroom…

My dad revealed this diabetes secret that changed everything — and has resulted in countless men gaining tremendous potency and stamina in the bedroom 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.


Association between metformin and vitamin B12 deficiency in patients with type 2 diabetes: A systematic review and meta-analysis.


Vitamin B12 and depression: Are they related?