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—-Important Message For Men Who Want to Last Longer—-

My new Squeeze-Relax method letting me last 45 minutes or more

According to the Kinsey Institute for sexual health, most men are only lasting 2 or 3 minutes with a woman…

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…but a woman hasn’t even gotten started in just 2 or 3 minutes.

A woman needs more time to reach peak arousal and climax.

So how can you last long enough to rev her engine up and make her come again and again?

Well here’s what is working for me — my new Squeeze-Relax method that you can try out as soon as tonight


The power of food over genetics

For the last few decades, the idea of genetic predispositions to disease has been pushed by the medical establishment.

And to a certain extent genetics CAN make a difference whether or not you get many diseases including diabetes and Alzhiemer’s.

But with a few exceptions for diseases like sickle cell that are purely genetic…

…genetics aren’t the only thing that influences whether or not you get a disease.

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One of the more recent discoveries in science is something called epigenetics.

Basically, these are switches in your genes that determine how a gene expresses itself based on environmental influences.

That means that you have far more control over most of your health than what physicians have previously thought.

For instance, in a study published in PLOS

…they found that while genetic risk factors can give you a higher chance of developing type 2 diabetes…

…having a high quality diet LOWERED your risk even if you have genetic markers for the disease.

Genetic risk factors and diet quality are independently associated with type 2 diabetes; a healthy diet is linked to lower diabetes risk across all levels of genetic risk.

And that if you have a low-quality diet, your risk for getting type 2 diabetes goes up no matter what your genetic profile is.

The team found that, irrespective of genetic risk, a low diet quality, as compared to high diet quality, was associated with a 30% increased risk of type 2 diabetes (Pinteraction=0.69).

An unhealthy diet usually consists of lots of processed foods and PUFA fats (polyunsaturated fatty acids).

A healthy diet will have lots of fruit in it.

In another study of the UK Biobank, researchers found similar results in regards to cardiovascular disease.

Higher diet quality predicted lower risk of all-cause mortality, independent of genetic risk. Higher RFS was also associated with lower risk of CVD mortality and MI. These findings demonstrate the benefit of following a healthy diet, regardless of genetic risk.

People who ate a higher quality diet had a lower chance of dying from heart problems than those who had a low quality diet…

Regardless of genetic risk.

And in another paper from the U.S. government, nutrition is identified as being one of the most modifiable factors that affects epigenetics.

Nutrition is one of the most modifiable factors able to affect DNA methylation pathways. It has been demonstrated that nutrition can influence the epigenetic regulation of DNA methylation in different ways by altering the substrates and cofactors necessary for this process, by changing the activity of enzymes regulating the one-carbon cycle or by playing a role in DNA demethylation activity.

Sometimes people ask me why I focus so much on food as part of my Transformations.

It’s because food plays a huge role in how healthy you are and your individual gene expression.

What you eat (and don’t eat) has a profound impact on your overall health – even if you are genetically predisposed to a disease.

To me, that’s great news!

Because it means that I have a good deal of control over my own health and my own body, and you do too.

Don’t ever let the medical establishment tell you that you are doomed.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

You can take control of your health and you can start doing it right now.

—-Important Message—-

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…if you believe that they are treating heart disease in the best way possible…if you trust Big Pharma…

…then you probably won’t want to read any further…

But if you’re like me — if you’re a man over 50 years old and you feel that we are not being told the truth about heart attacks…

…if you want your body to be naturally healthy, and your heart to beat straight and true on its own, as God intended…

…then this will be the most important thing you ever see —

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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.,diet%2C%20regardless%20of%20genetic%20risk.