Metformin – fixes male problems?

Metformin - fixes male problems?

Can this allow men to have great sex again? And even fix problems like metabolic syndrome, erectile dysfunction, and even diabetes?

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Metformin – fixes erection problems?

Metformin is a medication used to treat diabetes.

It is said to act on blood sugar and the liver.

We have been told that too much sugar raises insulin.

And we’ve been told that sugar causes diabetes.

We’ve also been told that if people eat less sugar we will have fewer cases of diabetes.

But what if the root cause of diabetes lies elsewhere?

Understanding the root cause is even more important than you think because diabetes is closely associated with so many things:

  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Obesity
  • Heart disease
  • Erection problems
  • Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders
  • Dyslipidemia
  • Hypertension
  • And every imaginable gut problem

If we can find the root cause of diabetes we could also improve all of those conditions.

And if Metformin does not work primarily in the blood and in the liver as previously assumed, then perhaps we could start to understand the real causes of the diabetes epidemic…

…and the long list of associated diseases.

Maybe if we understand how Metformin really works we could address diabetes and its complications more effectively…

We could improve outcomes rather than simply treating the symptoms.

Now scientists are putting the pieces together and few doctors are following along…

In this series of human studies at a number of American universities, scientists investigated some of the mechanisms of Metformin.

There are a couple of Metformin formulas available to the public.

This study investigated an experimental formula. Let’s just call it “gut Metformin.”

Gut Metformin is released in a certain part of the gut. And the scientists had a hunch that releasing Metformin in that part of the gut would allow more of it to remain in the gut…

And, that way, they could examine its effect in the gut.

When the scientists tested the amount of Metformin in the blood, they found that the gut Metformin produced much lower levels of circulating Metformin than standard Metformin.

Using gut Metformin leads to 50% less Metformin in circulation.

Gut Metformin stays in the gut. This allowed the scientists to see clearly how and where Metformin worked.

In the second study, scientists compared gut Metformin with standard Metformin on markers of diabetes.

Scientists found that Metformin works even when it stays in the gut.

Compared to standard Metformin, the gut Metformin formula produced very similar results on average blood glucose levels over a period of 8-12 weeks.

By some measures, Metformin was even more effective when in the gut!

“The increase in potency was evident when comparing gut Metformin to standard Metformin.”

When they measured fasting glucose levels four weeks in, they found 600 mg gut Metformin was almost as good as 1,000 mg standard Metformin at controlling blood glucose.

Even though 50% less of it is getting into the bloodstream.

“Metformin accumulates in the intestine at concentrations 300 times greater than in plasma”

Metformin does not work as previously thought.

“…the gut is the primary site of action for the glucose-lowering effect of Metformin.”

But why?

Scientists are now thinking about why Metformin seems to work so well in the gut.

In India, scientists have proposed a solution based on multiple experiments – and I think they’re onto something.

Scientists propose that Metformin acts on the bacteria that live in our digestive system.

These gut bacteria affect everything!

The links between gut bacteria, diabetes, and obesity are very well described in rodent and human experiments.

In this particular paper, scientists put some of the pieces together with data showing that Metformin does, in fact, alter the growth of gut bacteria.

Moreover, Metformin alters the growth of the specific bacteria species relevant to diabetes.

Metformin’s anti-obesity and anti-diabetic effect could be because it alters gut bacteria.

“Metformin’s blood-sugar-lowering effect may be primarily mediated by the gut…”

It really does seem that the beneficial effect of Metformin seems to be due to its effect on gut bacteria.

That’s great news because there are many other things we can use to alter gut bacteria.

We could do better than the current treatments by using this new information.

You should speak to your doctor before making lifestyle changes or changing medication regimes.

Hopefully, the medical professionals can integrate these findings sooner rather than later.

So much depends on gut bacteria!

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Can you heal diabetes by healing your gut?

It turns out that gut inflammation is perhaps THE major cause of diabetes.

And that’s why this simple cellular smoothie may reverse the ravages of the desease…

By consuming this cellular smoothie, you can reverse gut inflammation and possibly reverse diabetes.

It’s like a chain reaction of fixes – First of all, you fix your gut. That fixes your blood sugar levels. And that helps fix your diabetes. 

One reason I know this is because my dad, a doctor, developed diabetes and it started with gut inflammation…

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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.
The primary glucose-lowering effect of Metformin resides in the gut, not the circulation: Results from short-term pharmacokinetic and 12-week dose-ranging studies exerts anti-obesity effect via gut microbiome modulation in prediabetics: A hypothesis 

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