Nickel salt

And…men’s penile sensitivity declines 80%…

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—-Important Message From Dr. Ari Magill MD—-

How to increase male sensitivity

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Hey, it’s Dr. Ari Magill MD here, and I’ll be the first to say it:

Penile sensitivity is rarely talked about…

Yet it’s the leading cause of erections problems in men.

Most men don’t realize they are slowly losing sensation down there… slowly but surely over time…

By the time a guy turns 40 or 50, more than 80% of his penile sensitivity down there is GONE!

And that means less feeling, less pleasure…

…more grinding, more work…

And men are left feeling only a fraction of the pleasure they should be enjoying.

That’s why I came up with a simple sensitivity solution for men — helps restore full feeling down there (and makes thing look better too)


Nickel salt

Matt Cook here, and skin diseases such as eczema, urticaria, and dermatitis make life unbearable for 1000s of people.

Eczema is the name for a group of skin conditions that cause dry, irritated skin.

The most common symptoms of atopic dermatitis include the following:

  • dry, scaly skin
  • skin flushing
  • itching
  • open, crusted, or weeping sores

Research shows that more than 31 million people in the United States suffer from eczema.

And this number is increasing day by day.

The known causes of eczema are allergenic foods such as certain dairy products and nuts, and environmental factors such as detergents, perfumes, and cleaners.

Eczema can occur at any age.

I know how distressing and self-esteem-lowering eczema can be.

People spend a lot of effort, time, and money to solve it.

But the results can often be disappointing.

Today I am going to tell you about a not-so-well-known cause of eczema.

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This human experiment was conducted at the Asola Hospital, Italy. The paper was published in Allergy & Asthma Proceedings.

Of all metals in the periodic table, nickel is the most common allergen.

Many studies in the past have shown that nickel is a common cause of eczema and urticaria.

So why haven’t we heard about any of this?

Why is it being swept under the carpet?

Cosmetic brands and beauty centers are making 1000s of dollars from these patients.

You may have noticed that none of these products provide a complete cure – after a while, eczema always returns.

That’s because such skin problems have an invisible part like an iceberg.

Most of them come from within.

Which is why cosmetic products can only help, not cure it completely.

But Big Pharma never talks about this…

Now, on to the study.

Dermatologists back in the day knew that nickel was a common cause of skin problems.

Because in some patients, skin contact with nickel caused intense reactions.

So, they wanted to test whether this element could also cause these skin diseases from the inside.

Thus, they found 112 adult patients suffering from various skin diseases.

All of these patients were given a low-nickel diet for 4 weeks.

They were all asked to stop all treatments (antihistamines, corticosteroids, creams, etc.) for this period.

The patients kept a diet diary and they were observed by the researchers.

The results were collected at the end of 4 weeks.

Then, the patients were subjected to an oral double-blind, placebo-controlled experiment.

They were administered 2 doses of nickel salt.

“They were administered two successive, noncumulative doses of 10 and 20 mg nickel sulfate hexahydrate, respectively equal to 2.23 and 4.47 mg of elemental nickel.”

The reason for this experiment was to second-check the dietary changes.

At the end of 4 weeks, significant improvements were observed in most of the patients’ skin diseases.

The patients who followed the diet strictly had visibly improved eczema.

“A low nickel diet resulted in recovery or a significant improvement of skin disorders in patients.”

The experiment of giving a dose of nickel to the cured patients caused sudden relapses in most of the patients.

“In all of these patients, apart from one case, the oral challenge test with nickel salts was positive.”

The 10mg dose also caused symptoms, but the 20mg dose caused more intense ones.

“In 19 of 43 patients (44.19%), a positive response was only observed with a dose of 20 mg nickel. In all the other patients, a positive response to the test could also be observed with a dose of 10 mg; it was, however, generally weak and far less evident than the one caused by the higher dose.”

In other words, reintroducing nickel into the body quickly caused eczema and other skin diseases to reappear.

In fact, in some patients, the reaction was so intense that nickel supplementation had to be stopped immediately.

“In 12 patients (27.91 %), the relapse of skin disorders was so intense and evident soon after the intake of 10 mg nickel as to suggest stopping the test.”

The point is most people don’t expect something like this to happen.

Nickel is not a very common element, but it can cause problems like this.

If you are also experiencing such skin problems, pay attention to this study.

The primary source of nickel in the diet is food.

Common foods rich in nickel include tomatoes, potatoes, peanuts, and cashews.

Chocolate may contain up to 11 milligrams per 100 grams, depending on its type.

So you may want to cut these foods out of your life for a while and see if your skin improves.

—-Important Message About the Killer Lipid—-

Who would you rather look like?

Here’s a man in his 60s who is eating foods full of the killer lipid:

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And here is a man who has been avoiding the killer lipid — and he’s in his 80s:

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Which man would you rather look like at that age?

I know which one I’d choose… and that’s why I’m delivering this urgent warning to all men about avoiding foods full of the killer lipid.

Because it’s not just your appearance at risk…

It’s also your health! The killer lipid wreaks havoc with a man’s health and sexual function.

That’s why I’m also sharing a simple method for reversing the damage if you’ve been eating lots of this killer lipid without knowing it.

Just go here for my full breakthrough


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.