Penile fibrosis

Many men don’t realize that THIS is what’s stopping them from getting excellent rockiness…

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Remove penile fibrosis with this toothbrush technique

Lots of men who suffer from erections problems are actually suffering from penile fibrosis.

Penile fibrosis is when hard plaques clog up a man’s penile chambers and interfere with blood flow:

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These plaques can make it nearly impossible for a man to get stiff, and it can also make his loads small and unimpressive.

But I’ve discovered a simple at-home toothbrush trick that can completely reverse penile fibrosis in as little as 20 minutes.

This toothbrush trick unclogs the penile chambers and restores good blood flow…

So men start getting great erections again and even start shooting much bigger loads.

But you might need a new toothbrush after doing this at-home trick…

Here’s the simple at-home trick that reverses penile fibrosis and allows men to get great erections again


Penile fibrosis

Hey, Matt Cook here, and I study the metabolism pretty often…

Over decades of research, I’ve discovered just how important the metabolism is to health, energy, and vitality.

If the metabolism isn’t working well, the rest of the body is going to suffer.

And I’ve found that inflammation and fibrosis are 2 common factors of metabolic disorders.

Most people understand inflammation – it’s pain and swelling – but fibrosis is less well understood and more problematic.

Fibrosis is the growth of weblike scar tissue inside the body.

It strangles and suffocates organs – kind of like how ivy suffocates trees.

Fibrosis can cause heart problems, liver problems, erections problems, and shrinkage of the penis.

The metabolic problems associated with inflammation and fibrosis can be caused by a number of different dietary factors.

The most common is a high-fat diet, particularly diets high in vegetable oil.

But animal experiments have shown that getting adequate calcium can protect against inflammation and fibrosis caused by these “Western style” diets.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the University of Michigan. The findings were published in the journal PLoS One.

The modern “Western style” diet has a number of different characteristics.

One of these is a relatively large amount of fat – particularly from unsaturated/unstable sources like vegetable oil.

These high-fat, high-vegetable oil diets cause metabolic problems. This leads to type II diabetes, obesity and liver disease.

“A high-fat “Western-style” diet promotes obesity -related conditions including non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, the structural manifestation of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.”

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the buildup of fat in the liver. It’s very common in people with obesity or type II diabetes.

Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis is an advanced form of this liver disease where the liver becomes infiltrated with fibrotic scar tissue.

Another element of this Western diet which causes inflammation and fibrosis is calcium deficiency.

“Calcium-deficiency is an independent risk factor for many conditions associated with the Western-style diet. Calcium has not been widely evaluated in the context of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.”

So, the researchers designed an experiment to look at the effect of different levels of calcium on inflammation and fibrosis in animals fed a western-style diet.

“The goal of this study was to determine if dietary calcium supplementation could protect mice fed a high-fat, western-style diet from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and liver fibrosis.”

The researchers fed different groups of lab mice different diets.

The difference in the diet was simply the amount of calcium the animals were given.

All of the animals were on an otherwise identical, high-fat, Western style diet.

“Mice were maintained for 18 months and a high-fat, western-style diet containing either 0.41 g/Kg of calcium or 5.25 g /Kg of calcium.”

Mice eating more calcium had less liver fibrosis and inflammation – even though the diets were otherwise identical.

“Calcium-supplemented mice were protected against downstream consequences of hepatic steatosis, manifested by lower inflammation and less fibrosis.”

The different groups of mice had distinctly different populations of bacteria in their intestines.

Bacteria can generate a lot of inflammation and trigger fibrosis.

The high-fat, Western style diet is known to cause an explosion in the growth of bad bacteria.

Calcium seems to prevent this pathogenic bacterial overgrowth.

Calcium can prevent fibrosis, even on a very unhealthy diet. But fibrosis is not simply limited to the liver.

The heart and the penis are the other organs most commonly affected by fibrosis.

“Calcium was protective against progression of diet-induced hepatic steatosis to gnash end-stage liver disease. This occurred in concert with calcium-mediated shifts in gut bacteria.”

High-fat diets are bad news. The only real exception is in the case of people who get most of their fat from dairy.

Dairy contains healthier types of fat, saturated fat. Dairy also provides a lot of calcium which can help to control gut bacteria.

Calcium is important, not just for the bones, but for the entire body.

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5 foods that can help improve blood flow and restore rockiness

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There are 5 delicious foods that I eat every week because they are so good at removing the fibrosis that can build up in the arteries.

These foods contain nutrients that eat away at the fibrosis… removing the plaque and clearing out the blood vessels…

And the result is much better blood flow…

Better blood flow to the heart, to the brain, and even to the penis.

Here are the 5 nutrient-rich foods that can boost blood flow and restore erections in men


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.
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