You can avoid the side effects of statins and get higher testosterone at the same time…
—-Important Message for Men Who Want to Last Longer—-
Newly discovered “reflex mechanism” lets men last 30 minutes or longer
Remember being a 20-something year old and making love to a woman practically all night?
You could last and last and last…30 minutes was nothing to you…
And if you did blow your load… just a few minutes later and you’re ready to go again…
Well wouldn’t it be nice to have that ability at any age? Not just as a goofy, inexperienced teenager…
…but as a mature man, able to get “rocky” virtually on command and last 30 minutes or more without effort…
Well scientists now say it’s possible — using a newly discovered “reflex mechanism” that works by giving men complete control over their own release…
Men: use this to lower your cholesterol (statins cause erections problems)
I speak to guys about their most personal issues on a regular basis.
That might be some kind of sexual dysfunction like erections problems or not ejaculating.
Or it might be a combination of things.
These kinds of problems can be caused by prostate surgery, lifestyle issues (too much to go into here), or side effects from medical interventions.
One of the things that seems to go along with sexual dysfunction in men are blood sugar problems.
This isn’t always the case, but it’s pretty common.
Unfortunately, there are treatments that Big Pharma pushes on many of us.
They tell us we “have to take them everyday”…or else.
Some of these treatments, like statins, can increase the risk of blood sugar problems – while giving almost no actual protection from death. Crazy. I know, but it’s true.
What Are Statins?
Statins are commonly prescribed as cholesterol-lowering treatments.
They DO work for lowering cholesterol, but they come with side effects for many people.
And there is NO evidence that statins create a longer life.
Doctors often prescribe statins for people with high cholesterol to lower their total cholesterol and reduce their risk of a heart attack or stroke. While statins are highly effective and safe for most people, they have been linked to muscle pain, digestive problems and mental fuzziness in some people who take them and may rarely cause liver damage.
Statins include atorvastatin (Lipitor), fluvastatin (Lescol XL), lovastatin (Altoprev), pitavastatin (Livalo), pravastatin (Pravachol), rosuvastatin (Crestor, Ezallor) and simvastatin (Zocor, FloLipid).
Now… I’m not telling you to stop taking your statins. I’m not a doctor and I can’t give medical advice.
But I DO want you to know that statins increase the likelihood of getting blood sugar problems (which greatly increases the likelihood of sexual dysfunction issues).Statins Increase the Risk of Blood Sugar Problems
This isn’t something that doctors like to talk about. And the increased risk doesn’t appear huge.
But it is there.
3 different studies have shown an increase in the risk for developing diabetes when taking statins.
We identified 13 statin trials with 91 140 participants, of whom 4278 (2226 assigned statins and 2052 assigned control treatment) developed diabetes during a mean of 4 years. Statin therapy was associated with a 9% increased risk for incident diabetes (odds ratio [OR] 1.09; 95% CI 1.02-1.17), with little heterogeneity (I(2)=11%) between trials. Meta-regression showed that risk of development of diabetes with statins was highest in trials with older participants.
That was study 1. Here’s a second study.
Review of current, available clinical data suggest a possible association between statin use and incident diabetes in patients with underlying diabetes risk factors.
Here’s a third study.
The hydroxyl-methyl-glutaryl-coenzyme-A (HMG-CoA) reductase inhibitors of statin action are very effective and safe ‘treatments,’ and they are widely used for the treatment of hyperlipidemia and the prevention of primary and secondary cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). However, recent meta-analyses of previous studies done with statins have shown that these ‘treatments’ could induce new onset diabetes mellitus (NODM), especially in subjects prone to diabetes: obese, females, older age, Asian descent, and those with pre-diabetes or the metabolic syndrome
I’m not a big fan of statins at all.
But if you have a family history of blood sugar problems or are pre-diabetic anyway, then you might want to consider talking to your doctor about the extra risk of taking these treatments.
In general, I think it’s far better to take a preventative approach to staying healthy.
It’s certainly better than taking treatments every single day that do nothing besides line Big Pharma’s pockets.
I don’t think statins work in any way, shape or form.
And I think having HIGHER cholesterol is BETTER than lower cholesterol for many men.
But that choice is ultimately yours to make and not mine.
—-Important Message for Men Who Want to Lower Cholesterol Naturally—-
Men are using this to turn cholesterol into testosterone — check this out
It’s a natural protocol that can get your natural testosterone levels skyrocketing into the 1000s while safely lowering cholesterol…
This protocol naturally lowers men’s cholesterol in a way that’s good for the body.
And it keeps your cholesterol at optimal levels and turns whatever’s left over into valuable testosterone.
It’s like a little factory process that happens down in the testicles…
Cholesterol goes in. And testosterone comes out.
It all happens in the Leydig cells in a man’s testicles, thanks to a little something I call Protocol C2T (free for men today)…