She thanked him for his service in more ways than one

And now couples everywhere are thanking him DOUBLE for his service…

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—-Important Message From Ryan Masters—-

Vietnam vet discovers jungle food that gives men INTENSE rockiness

He found it deep in the jungles of the Kontum region when he was fighting there.

And he noticed that whenever he ate this food, he got huge engorged erections and could last for hours.

Now today at quite an old age, he’s still using it to perform like a young man in bed.

Here it is — this strange Vietnamese secret found in the jungle…

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Proof the so-called gurus are wrong

There is a very long philosophical conversation about the purpose of man…

And this conversation will probably go on forever without any consensus on the right answer.

But things are much simpler for animals.

For male animals, reproduction is the prime directive.

And within most animal social orders, dominance determines a male’s ability to reproduce.

Guinea pigs are quite typical in this context.

Healthier, dominant male guinea pigs are the ones who will reproduce.

So what determines who gets to be top guinea pig?

You might think it’s luck – or genes…

But experiments have shown that the type of fat a male guinea pig consumes has a massive effect on his hormones…

And on the likelihood of becoming a dominant or submissive creature.

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The animal experiments were carried out at the Department of Behavioural and Cognitive Biology at the University of Vienna in Austria. The findings were published in Hormones and Behaviour.

There are 3 major types of fats – saturated fats, monounsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats.

Saturated and polyunsaturated fats are very different from each other.

Monounsaturated sit in between both in terms of structure, stability and health effects.

I write a lot about the risks of consuming large amounts of unstable polyunsaturated fats.

One reason for this is the changes in behavior and hormones caused by consuming these fatty acids.

“Dietary intake of polyunsaturated fatty acid or saturated fatty acids differently modulates neurophysiological and behavioural functions.”

In these experiments, researchers evaluated the effects of these fats on hormonal and social aspects of the lives of male guinea pigs.

“We investigated dietary supplementation with polyunsaturated fat or saturated fat affected body mass gain, cortisol and testosterone, and social behaviour in male guinea pigs from adolescence to adulthood.”

3 groups of guinea pigs were fed different diets.

A standard guinea pig diet.

The standard diet with added walnut oil – high in polyunsaturated fatty acids.

And finally, the same standard diet with added coconut oil – adding extra saturated fat.

Guinea pigs given supplemental coconut oil tended to get in more conflicts as young animals.

The researchers found increases in cortisol and testosterone in those males.

Increasing cortisol is not a good thing…

But when testosterone increases at the same time it can overpower the negative effects of cortisol.

In human studies, the testosterone to cortisol ratio is often found to be even more important than the absolute levels of each one individually.

“Saturated fats escalated conflicts and stimulated cortisol and testosterone concentrations.”

On the other hand, the animals given supplemental polyunsaturated fats gained more body weight.

These fats tend to lower metabolism and make animals gain fat.

“Polyunsaturated fatty acids enabled the strongest body mass gain.”

But the most interesting results in this experiment were regarding the likelihood of these males becoming dominant or submissive in adulthood.

By mating age, guinea pigs given supplemental polyunsaturated fatty acids had lower testosterone levels… 

They were also much more likely to be submissive – decreasing the likelihood of reproducing.

“A higher number of subdominant individuals and lower concentrations of testosterone were related to increased cortisol concentrations in adult males supplemented with polyunsaturated fatty acids.”

It shows once again the major effects on health and life outcomes caused by different choices of dietary fats.

I often write about the hormonal and carcinogenic roles of these different fats.

But they affect everything, right down to basic animal behavior.

“The research demonstrates the importance of dietary fatty acids regarding behavioural and hormonal development processes and adaptations.”

No matter what aspect of health you look at, the result is always the same.

Eating saturated fatty acids like coconut oil, butter and beef fat lead to far better outcomes than polyunsaturated fats like vegetable oil and fish oil.

—-Important Message About Boosting Testosterone—-

You won’t have high T until you clean out your liver

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It sounds weird, but it’s true.

As we age, our livers get clogged up with fatty deposits and various toxins.

And this messes with our liver’s ability to produce testosterone.

And you probably know that low testosterone can make erections very difficult if not impossible…

So if you want good, high testosterone and great, long-lasting rockiness, you must clean out your liver.

And I’ve developed an incredibly simple and surprisingly powerful natural liver cleanse just for men…

I call it the CT Cleanse — and you can have it today for free.


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 to ensure accuracy.
Effects of dietary fatty acids on the social life of male Guinea pigs from adolescence to adulthood