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—-Important Message From Lloyd Lester—-
“I could feel my juices running down my legs”
You’ve got to hear this fascinating story of Joyce Anderson…
…and how her husband did something radically different that rocked her body in ways she never imagined…
You see, as his fingers entered her and touched her in a new, exciting way…
She saw ribbons of light flash behind her closed eyelids and she could feel her chest heave…
Her thighs began to quiver, and her back arched as a shockwave of ecstasy surged through her whole body…
This new sensation wasn’t like any kind of pleasure she’d felt before, and all Joyce knew in that moment was she didn’t want him to stop.
She could feel her stomach contract and her breathing grow shallow while her deep moans of pleasure rattled the air…
And as the intensity reached its peak… a series of contractions seized her in between her thighs and then…
She released… a stream of her juices gushing out like a high-powered sprinkler…
The only thing that kept her from losing consciousness was another wave of prickling pleasure seizing control of her body…
Soon she was completely overcome with yet another gripping climax…
And then another… and another after that…
Until she collapsed like jello, a wet puddle of her juices soaking their bed sheets…
This cheap vitamin treats and prevents liver toxicity
Anemia is the inability of the blood to carry enough oxygen around the body.
A long time ago, it was discovered that iron could increase the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood and help with anemia.
Since then it has been assumed by many people that low iron is the only cause of anemia (not true).
Because of this, many foods and supplements are now fortified with iron and people are getting a lot more iron than they need.
The unfortunate aspect of this is that excess iron is extremely damaging to the body.
Excess iron messes up the gut bacteria and increases the risk of obesity, Alzheimer’s, insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome.
It also kills the liver.
Vitamin E is one of the nutrients we can use to protect ourselves against the dangers of iron overload.
The animal experiments were carried out at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada. The paper was published in the Journal of Nutrition.
The liver is one of the primary targets for excess iron.
“This study examined the effect of excess dietary iron on liver function, iron and vitamin E status and the protective activity of vitamin E.”
Mice were fed different diets containing varying iron contents.
The more iron in the animals consumed the more harmful iron was deposited in their livers.
The researchers also noticed that more iron was associated with lower vitamin E in the liver…
“Consumption of excess dietary iron compared with consumption of the control diet by male mice for 7 wk resulted in accumulation of iron in liver, increased relative liver weights and a reduction in hepatic vitamin E stores.”
We see the same accumulation of harmful excess iron in the livers of many people today.
The researchers saw that the more vitamin E was in the liver, the less iron accumulated there.
“The concentration of vitamin E in the liver was negatively correlated with dietary iron concentration.”
In the next experiment, they gave some of the animals supplemental vitamin E.
They found that vitamin E prevented damage to the liver caused by excess iron.
“Weekly administration of vitamin E prevented iron-induced liver damage without altering hepatic iron stores.”
Next, mice were given a lethal dose of iron, a dose which kills all of the mice.
But when mice were given a large dose of vitamin E the day before a toxic dose of iron they all survived!
“Pretreatment of adult male mice with a single subcutaneous dose of vitamin E 24 h prior to a lethal dose of iron (60 mg/kg, intraperitoneally) resulted in 100% protection.”
When mice were given a dose of vitamin E shortly before the toxic dose of iron, most of them survived.
“A similar dose of vitamin E given 5, 30 or 60 min after iron intoxication enhanced survival to 90, 70 and 80%, respectively, compared with the untreated control group.”
3 searchers found that vitamin E was similarly effective to Desferal, a chemical used to remove iron from the blood in cases of iron toxicity.
“Vitamin E treatment 30 min after iron intoxication reduced mortality by 75% compared with intravenous treatment with 10 mg/kg of deferoxamine (Desferal).”
The study shows that vitamin E is remarkably effective at preventing the potentially fatal effects of excess iron on the liver.
“Data in this study indicate that vitamin E may be a useful antidote for iron toxicoses and that iron-induced depletion of vitamin E may play a role in the pathogenesis of iron toxicity.”
The primary tactic regarding iron overload is to limit iron intake.
But if you already have a lot of iron in your system then taking vitamin E can be very protective against its toxic effects.
Out of the 48,468 men I’ve helped, none have gotten great sexual and physical energy until they’ve cleaned out their liver…
Typically, men using the my liver protocol go through several stages:
- Total disbelief that the liver has such a massive effect on rockiness
- Starting my liver protocol and being surprised at such strong morning wood…that hasn’t happened in a long time…
- Noticing how girls are much more interested and intrigued by your new confidence
- Discovering that you lost 2 inches off your waistline without changing anything in your diet or doing back-breaking workouts
- Super horny all the time now…testosterone is high and erections happens all the time now
The Liver Cleanse Protocol cleans your liver in weeks, so you have a working youthful liver again…
And a working liver causes high testosterone by suppressing cortisol…
…and it helps you lose fat fast.
But more importantly, it makes sure things stay really, really rocky down there.
So if you’re curious about cleansing your liver and feeling a surge of energy, manliness, and confidence — give my liver cleanse protocol a try
I think you’ll be glad you did!