The one thing NOT to add to your McDonald’s burger…

The one thing NOT to add to your McDonald’s burger


Your burger is safe and healthy but ONLY if you do NOT add this to it…

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My performance anxiety made it impossible for me to get an erection and have sex…it was a terrible self-fulfilling prophecy…

My knees were trembling, I felt my arms get heavier as I took my pants off in front of her…

Sweat was dripping from my armpits even though it was not warm in the room.

I could even smell my own fear.

I prayed that the lights would go off…anything but let her see my floppy, limp penis.

What would she think? What would she tell her friends?

And there she was waiting for me in bed…

I was dying inside.

But that was before. It’s different now…

Because ever since I started doing this simple exercise at home, I could feel my penis expanding, growing, getting fatter…a little at a time.

And I began feeling more confident – first a little, then a lot.

Each sexual success fueled my confidence…until all of my anxiety evaporated surging pleasure replaced it.

In fact, I have turned undressing into a small show with my current girlfriend…

The lights are always on because I want her to see how hard my erection is (thanks to this simple exercise).

Here is the simple exercise that gave me back my confidence…and erections practically on command.
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The one thing NOT to add to your McDonald’s burger…

Fats that you eat, fats that you add to food… they may be causing you to develop a fatty liver…and they might be lowering your testosterone and shortening your life at the same time.

Let me explain.

Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a liver disease characterized by inflammation and a buildup of fat in the liver.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a more advanced form of NASH.

When these conditions advance they lead to liver scarring, cirrhosis, and possibly cancer.

The American National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases estimates that between 30% and 40% of adults in the United States have NAFLD.

They estimate that 3% to 12% of adults in the United States have NASH.

And these figures have doubled in recent decades.

A new study indicates that some fats marketed as “healthy” for the past few decades may be a cause of these liver diseases.

Scientists at the University of Granada in Spain led this international study and published it in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.

This was a rat study which looked at the effect of different types of fats on the health of the animals over their entire lifespan.

The study compared the effect of three types of fats on the health of the rats as they aged.

“This study investigates the effect of fat sources rich in monounsaturated (virgin olive oil), n6 polyunsaturated (sunflower oil), or n3 polyunsaturated (fish oil) fatty acids in the aged liver.”

Groups of rats were fed diets containing these different types of fats.

Then they were sacrificed at 6 months or 24 months for examination.

The study found that the older rats had more buildup of fat in the liver.

But this buildup of fat – which indicates a progression towards liver disease – is simply more likely as the animals age.

But some types of fat led to accelerated liver damage.

The rats who received virgin olive oil as their fat source had the healthiest livers in this study.

“Virgin olive oil led to the lowest oxidation and ultrastructural alterations.”

Increasing oxidation and ultrastructural alterations are indicators of damage to the liver.

Fibrosis is another indicator of liver damage (it’s also called scarring, and it leads to cirrhosis).

These are the progressions seen in liver disease.

Indicators of liver damage were much higher in the rats who were fed sunflower oil.

“Sunflower oil induced fibrosis, ultrastructural alterations, and high oxidation.”

The rats who were on the fish oil diet had similar indicators of liver damage.

“Fish oil intensified oxidation associated with age, and lowered electron transport chain activity.”

The electron transport chain is a series of proteins that conduct electrochemical reactions within the cell’s mitochondria.

This is how we generate energy.

The lowered transport chain activity in the rats who ate fish oil means that energy production in their livers was impaired.

Sunflower oil and fish oils contain a lot of polyunsaturated fat (PUFAs).

Virgin olive oil, on the other hand, contains a lot of monounsaturated fat.

Polyunsaturated fats are much more reactive than monounsaturated fats.

The study showed that eating virgin olive oil – which is more stable and less reactive – led to healthier livers in the animals.

“Virgin olive oil might be considered the dietary fat source that best preserves the liver during the aging process.”

There is another even more stable type of fat… Saturated fat.

Fats like butter and coconut oil contain large amounts of saturated fat.

These fats are probably healthier than even virgin olive oil due to their increased stability.

One advantage of olive oil is that it has some protective compounds called polyphenols.

These polyphenols have been shown to protect against damage to many organs – including the liver.

Unfortunately, these days there’s a lot of fraud in the olive oil market… High-quality virgin olive oil with large amounts of protective polyphenols can be hard to source.

I try to get a little high-quality virgin olive oil in my diet.

You should see a healthcare professional about diagnosis and treatment of liver disorders.

* Oh, the food not to add to your burger? It’s mayonnaise! Eat the burger WITHOUT mayo (ketchup is fine) and you’ve got a healthy meal (so long as you avoid the fries of course.)

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Mystery solved: Why these diabetic men perform great sexually while other men cannot…

Some diabetic men have no sexual performance problems. Others suffer from erectile dysfunction and can’t have a sex life.

I think I have figured out how you can get rid of both diabetes and ED.

Start with this: In a man’s body, type 2 diabetes is the one that ruins a man’s erections and ravages his sex life…making the most pleasurable and desirable activity impossible…

I found that, generally, type 1 diabetics are okay. Type 2 diabetic men have a LOT of sexual performance problems…

So I wondered, what keeps type 2 men from being able to have sex when the type 1 men don’t have that problem?

It turns out that type 2 diabetic men have a particular metabolic problem that ALSO causes ED…

…I spent years figuring out what that metabolic problem IS…

And I stumbled on research that was 60 years old and has been replicated many times… showing that the answer is this simple $2 remedy…

This $2 remedy has now been used by thousands of men to potentially reverse their type 2 diabetes and have the sex life that all men want.

This $2 remedy increases testosterone, lowers estrogen, and normalizes a man’s insulin and blood sugar levels.

It’s true, even Harvard proved this (but they sat on the discovery, never publicizing it…)

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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.
Definition & Facts of NAFLD & NASH - NIH https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/liver-disease/nafld-nash/definition-factsGene pathways associated with mitochondrial function, oxidative stress and telomere length are differentially expressed in the liver of rats fed lifelong on virgin olive, sunflower or fish oils https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095528631730400X?via%3Dihub

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