I went from a size 38 waist to a size 32 using the 45-second activity… And better yet, I started getting great morning erections again…
How I went from a 38 to 32 waist size with this 45-second activity
Many men struggle to lose weight because of a deadly type of lipid called blood fat.
Have you heard of blood fat before? Almost nobody talks about it, not even doctors…
Blood fat builds up in men’s bodies very quickly, without us even knowing. And it’s almost impossible to get rid of…
But now there’s finally a way to destroy blood fat. I’ve discovered a simple 45-second activity that gets rid of harmful blood fat.
This 45-second activity gets the body to safely and naturally burn off blood fat as energy instead of storing it away in the fat cells.
And once this blood fat is gone, men will begin effortlessly losing weight without even having to diet or exercise.
I went from a size 38 to a size 32 in just 4 short weeks, thanks to this 45-second activity.
And it allowed me to get much better, longer-lasting erections too. Because blood fat hurts men’s erections BIG time…
And it’s not just me using this 45-second activity… Here’s what Elliot has to say about using the 45-second activity to burn fat and get better erections…
The easiest way to get a boost in the bedroom
Lots of men want to just pop something in their mouths for a great sex life…
But being significantly overweight can be really bad for guys…
Because, in addition to all of the other bad things it does, it makes it harder to get and keep good erections and have great sex.
“Hormonal changes, a drop in sexual functioning, and less satisfaction in bed are among the many downsides of obesity. Obese men, in particular, are known to experience lower testosterone levels, lower sexual satisfaction, and reduced fertility compared to men of normal weight.”
I know it may seem shallow… But to me, as a man, good sex is one of the most important things in my life.
And from working with thousands and thousands of men over the course of several years, I don’t think I’m alone in that feeling.
So, correcting weight gain is important because it’s important for good sexual performance.
This isn’t a judgment – dealing with being overweight can be very difficult.
That’s one reason why lots of men turn to bariatric surgery as a solution.
But does it work to help with having a great sex life? And is it safe?
The mythical promise of bariatric surgery
Bariatric surgery is usually sold to patients as an “easy and permanent” solution to losing weight.
But it’s not so easy and it’s not so permanent.
Bariatric surgery can involve restrictive procedures to reduce the amount the stomach can hold…
…or malabsorptive procedures that decrease the amount of calories the small intestine can absorb.
Both of these types of procedures can screw up the way your body absorbs nutrients.
According to the lead author of the study:
“This may be because any positive hormonal changes after bariatric surgery are counterbalanced by nutritional malabsorption and insufficiencies…”
In addition, many people who get bariatric surgery end up gaining all the weight back.
Crazy. But true.
However… It’s not all bad.
It seems that bariatric surgery can help correct hormonal issues in men.
Interestingly, even with this nutritional malabsorption problem, bariatric surgery did result in men INCREASING testosterone and DECREASING female sex hormones.
“…patients’ testosterone levels significantly increased after they had undergone bariatric surgery. Consistent with an increase in testosterone, levels of the hormones LH (luteinizing hormone), FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), and SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) were also boosted. The amount of the female sex hormones estradiol and prolactin also notably dropped.”
With these hormonal changes, there was also an increase in erectile function for men who had bariatric surgery.
“These hormonal changes meant that erectile function also significantly increased after bariatric surgery.”
But should you get bariatric surgery to help correct being overweight and to improve your sexual function?
I’m not a doctor and I can’t give you medical advice. And I would never do that.
Bariatric surgery can come with a huge amount of complications that can make it very problematic and I’m not willing to risk my health that way.
It’s better to lose weight in ways that are sustainable and don’t cause potential nutritional deficiencies and other long-term problems.
Because when it comes to erections and male hormones such as testosterone, it’s not the bariatric surgery that’s the magic…
It’s the weight loss.
If you lose fat, you are likely to raise your testosterone and decrease the female hormones in your body.
But… here is something else you should know…
You don’t even have to lose weight to be able to have great sex.
Any man can have great sex regardless of his weight or what his penis wants to do at the moment.
—This has helped thousands of men to enjoy mind-blowing sex even if they are overweight—
Want the sexual benefits of bariatric surgery without the hospital visit? Just pop one of these Booster Bites in your mouth for an instant boost in the bedroom
You can use one right before you go upstairs to have sex with your wife…
In the car on your way to your girlfriend’s house…
Or in the bathroom after a first date that’s gone amazingly well…
And you will instantly get a boost of testosterone that skyrockets your confidence and improves your sexual performance.
You don’t need dangerous weight-loss surgery or fad diets… Booster Bites will give you the boost you need in the bedroom to have great sex.
- Could bariatric surgery make men more virile? https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/10/181031124909.htm
- Impact of Bariatric Surgery on Male Sex Hormones and Sperm Quality: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11695-018-3557-5
- How Bariatric Surgery Works https://www.webmd.com/diet/obesity/video/bariatric-surgery
- Types of Bariatric Surgery | NIDDK https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/weight-management/bariatric-surgery/types
- Bariatric surgery - Mayo Clinic https://kcms-prod-mcorg.mayo.edu/tests-procedures/bariatric-surgery/about/pac-20394258