Simple method gets a woman hyper aroused in 37 seconds

This lights up her “lust meter” and delivers electric jolts of arousal

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This simple method gets a woman hyper aroused in 37 seconds

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If you’re struggling to get your lady “in the mood”…

…and if you notice the passion, frequency, and satisfaction of your bedroom life is suffering because of it…

Wait until you hear about this simple method of lighting up her “lust meter” and sending jolts of erotic electricity through her body at will.

In fact, this can get her feeling uncontrollably horny in just 37 seconds…

(I know because I actually counted myself)

Discover what I’m doing to up my wife’s drive and try it with your lady tonight


Why 1,000s of men are starting to take pure glycine

Glycine is an amino acid – a building block of protein.

It is a rare, anti-inflammatory, stress-lowering amino acid.

Gelatin and collagen are the best whole food sources of glycine.

It is only abundant in foods which have gone out of fashion in the last few decades.

That’s a shame, because glycine has a vast array of health benefits.

For example, glycine has a remarkable ability to normalize blood sugar.

This is just one reason why people with type II diabetes should look at consuming collagen or gelatin proteins regularly.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Minnesota. The paper was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Insulin is a hormone released by the pancreas which helps the cells to absorb sugar.

Normally higher levels of insulin lead to lower blood sugar.

It is actually much more complicated than this though. Fats in the blood block sugar from entering into the cell.

These fats, called free fatty acids, can lead to high blood sugar – irrespective of insulin levels.

This study was designed to look at the effect of glycine on blood sugar and insulin levels.

Glycine is a component of protein – and protein has the ability to stimulate insulin – just like sugar.

“The objective of the present study was to determine whether glycine per se stimulates insulin secretion or reduces the glucose response when ingested with glucose.”

The researchers carried out their experiments on healthy people. All participants took part in 4 different experiments.

The experiments looked at blood sugar levels over a 2 hour period.

The 4 different experiments tracked blood sugar and insulin levels after consuming the following:

  1. Water
  2. Glycine
  3. Sugar
  4. Glycine plus sugar

Of particular interest was the difference between the blood sugar responses when people consume sugar alone…

…or the same amount of sugar with glycine.

The addition of glycine prevented much of the blood sugar increase caused by drinking glucose.

“When glycine was ingested with glucose, the plasma glucose area response was attenuated by > 50% compared with the response after the ingestion of glucose alone.”

The study proves that glycine can help people to control blood sugar spikes.

The researchers speculated that the blood sugar normalizing effects of glycine were due to some unknown hormone produced in the gut.

“The results are compatible with the theory that glycine stimulates the secretion of a gut hormone that potentiates the effect of insulin and glucose removal from circulation.”

You see, glycine didn’t have nearly enough of an effect on insulin for us to say that its blood sugar lowering properties are due to insulin.

While there may be some unknown gut hormone which is affected by consuming glycine – there is a simpler explanation.

You see, those blood fats (free fatty acids) that I mentioned earlier compete with sugar to be absorbed by the cells.

Glycine decreases the concentration of these problematic free fatty acids in the blood – making it easier for cells to absorb sugar.

This has been shown in numerous experiments – including this one where rodents were given 1% glycine in their drinking water.

“Total free fatty acid content in the blood of the rodents was significantly decreased by glycine intake.”

Pure glycine supplements are available – but quality control is a real problem.

For this reason I think it’s better to consume glycine-rich, natural foods like gelatin and collagen instead.

These are between 20% and 30% glycine by weight.

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This is why so many doctors are getting diabetes — what NOT to do

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Ask yourself this — if blood sugar treatments worked, why are more and more men becoming diabetic?

Even doctors are suffering from blood sugar problems.

And it’s because of the treatments Big Pharma pushes…

My doctor dad, he took the same treatments he prescribed to his patients…

And he ended up a diabetic, and became SICKER as a result of taking these treatments…

So here’s what actually works for men with blood sugar problems — and it restores potency as well…

In fact, men with blood sugar problems are seeing their symptoms “melt away” with this simple tweak…


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 Metabolic Response to Ingested Glycine Glycine intake decreases plasma free fatty acids, adipose cell size, and blood pressure in sucrose-fed rats