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—-Important Message For Men—-

“How can I get out of my own head during sex?”

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  • “Sex doesn’t feel as good as I think it should.”
  • “I wish I had control over my ejaculation, not the other way around!”
  • “I get anxious before, during or after sex.”
  • “I think I have some sexual trauma or shame that I can’t get past.”
  • “I’m in my head during sex.”
  • “I don’t know what I’m doing in the bedroom. I wish I were more confident.”

If this is you — this is the most short important report you’ll ever see


How to correct vitamin D deficiency in 10 days or less

Vitamin D deficiency is very common.

Most people do not get enough sunlight or are afraid of potential harm to their skin and so wear sunblock when in the sun.

Vitamin D deficiency can lead to chronic inflammation, osteoporosis, low testosterone, obesity, and type II diabetes.

Vitamin D is also essential for immune system functioning.

If you do not have enough vitamin D, you can be wiped out by an infection that a vitamin-D-sufficient person may not even know they had.

Normally when people test vitamin D levels and find out that they are low…

…they will take a few thousand international units of vitamin D per day and test again in 6 to 8 weeks…

Repeating the process until vitamin D levels are replenished.

But there is research showing that increasing vitamin D can be done much more rapidly.

This can be very important for people with vitamin D deficiency in times and places where there are high rates of risky infectious diseases.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. The paper was published in The New Zealand Journal of Medicine.

The authors of this study were primarily focused on osteoporosis.

They were working on different techniques to improve bone health, including increasing vitamin D levels.

“Treatment of vitamin D deficiency is an important aspect of the management of osteoporosis, particularly in the elderly.”

It is common for vitamin D deficient people to take relatively low doses of vitamin D3 for long periods in order to get their levels into the right range.

An average winter dose is about 5,000 iu per day in the darkest months.

“Most well-described regimens in current use involve daily dosing and thus require long-term compliance to be effective.”

But these researchers were working in New Zealand where these doses of vitamin D are not available.

“In New Zealand, no preparation containing only low-dose vitamin D suitable for daily use is available.”

So they carried out research in older people who had low levels of vitamin D.

The participants were given 50,000 IU of vitamin D every day for ten days.

This is about ten times as much vitamin D as most people would take during the winter.

“32 women aged 67-84 years with low vitamin D were treated with oral vitamin D3 50,000 IU daily for 10 days.”

That short, high-dose schedule was enough to bring almost all of the participants into the normal range for vitamin D.

“This regimen brought all but one patient within the reference range (14-76 microg/l).”

The researchers found that this produced a decrease in parathyroid hormone. Parathyroid hormone pulls calcium out of the bones.

Using vitamin D to lower parathyroid hormone improves bone health.

“Parathyroid hormone level decreased after treatment by 0.7pmol/l .”

The researchers also pointed to another study which used a massive, one-off dose of 300,000 IU of vitamin D.

This single dose was also effective at normalizing vitamin D levels.

“Data collected from a separate cohort of elderly inpatients showed that similar increases could be achieved with a single 300,000 IU dose.”

The researchers also commented on an interesting finding which shows that vitamin D levels in the blood halve about every 90 days.

“The research suggests that serum vitamin D levels decline with a half-life of 90 days.”

No adverse events were recorded in either study.

“This regimen provides a simple, safe and effective way of managing vitamin D deficiency. Its short-term nature may result in higher compliance than daily dosing regimens.”

The findings show that it is possible to use very high doses of vitamin D to safely increase blood levels in a dire situation.

However, in most cases it is best to use lower doses and check levels by testing every couple of months in the winter.

—-Important Message About Vitamin D—-

Beware this one hormone that’s draining men of their vitamin D levels

I’ve recently discovered one powerfully toxic hormone responsible for up to 80% of men’s health and sex problems.

And one of the first things this hormone does is drain men of their vitamin D levels…

…because nutrients like vitamin D are natural protectors against this hormone…

So this one hormone drains the body of these protective nutrients like vitamin D first… to better assault your body…

And then it gets worse…with bone loss and muscle loss…

…unwanted belly fat, increased inflammation…

…kidney stones, low T, prostate problems…

High levels of this one hormone can even lead to Alzheimer’s!

That’s why it’s so important to stop this toxic hormone — and fast.

I’ve come up with a very simple method for lowering this one bad hormone, and it helps keep natural protectors like vitamin D in high supply.

It’s all about keeping the right nutrients in the right ratio…with just a few special foods…


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.
Efficacy of an oral, 10-day course of high-dose calciferol in correcting vitamin D deficiency