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My two step size system for men

You may or may not know that the male unit is made up of three chambers or columns of tissue:

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The blood flow to these three chambers is often blocked. This restricts blood flow.

Not good if you want to last 30 minutes or more…

And it affects size: the size of the male unit is dictated by how much blood the two big chambers can hold.

To “embiggen” your unit there is one thing that we must achieve, to get these chambers to take more blood… 

Here’s the two step size system that makes your penile chambers expand more and makes your member bigger.


The gut poisons causing cognitive decline

Endotoxins, or Lipopolysaccharides (LPS), are molecules found in the outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria. 

Endotoxins are increasingly associated with various health conditions.

Although certain “good” bacteria have attained somewhat of a positive standing in recent years through the popularity of kombucha, kimchi, kefir, and others…

…bacteria in general remain very problematic in many circumstances.

Although endotoxins were discovered a century ago, and have generated sustained research interest, their recognition as causative agents for many conditions is a relatively recent development. 

Pathogenic bacteria, by passing through either through the gums or the intestines, can elevate the levels of serum endotoxin:

Blood plasma levels of endotoxin are normally low, but are elevated during infections, gut inflammation, gum disease and neurodegenerative disease. Adding endotoxin at such levels to blood of healthy humans induces systemic inflammation and brain microglial activation. -Brown (2019)

Many diseases which have been associated with other causative agents, like how cholesterol causes cardiovascular disease and (atherosclerosis in particular), are now being tied specifically to endotoxins, instead of the original causative agent.

In recent years, the bad cholesterol narrative has lost a lot of steam, and more recent research has linked atherosclerosis to the presence of gram-negative bacteria:

(…) bacteria of the gut and the oral cavity may contribute to the pathogenesis [of] atherosclerosis  -Nemati et al. (2017)

Various diseases of “neurodegeneration,” like Alzheimer’s and ALS, are linked to elevated endotoxins:

“Blood and brain endotoxin levels are elevated in Alzheimer’s disease, which is accelerated by systemic infections, including gum disease.”

“Blood endotoxin is elevated in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.”

Similar to humans, injections of endotoxins into mice have also been shown to lead to causal changes, notably inducing the pathological changes of Parkinson’s. 

Depending on the amount of plasma endotoxins, various conditions can emerge:

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Overall, the evidence linking bacterial infections, endotoxins, and various conditions is astounding.

However, the precise causal relationship between the systemic effects of endotoxins and chronic disease is not yet fully established. 

Nonetheless, any steps taken to improve digestive and oral health should limit the potential harmful effects of endotoxins.

Antibiotics can have lots of positive benefits working against endotoxins.

There are also many herbs and natural substances with antibiotic effects which can help control excessive bacteria.

—-Important Message for Men Who Drink Alcohol—-

Men: beware these cancer-causing toxins hiding in beer and wine bottles

Researchers from the University of Plymouth in the UK have just made a shocking discovery…

They’ve found that many glass bottles of beer, wine, and spirits contain dangerous toxins that have been banned in the U.S. for decades.

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Nearly 89 bottles and pieces were examined using x-ray fluorescence spectrometry, and 76 had low levels of lead and 55 had positives for cadmium.

Chromium was also identified in bottles, up to 40% in brown bottles specifically.

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And here’s the kicker — these toxins not only mess with men’s testosterone, blood pressure, metabolism, and rockiness…

…they can even cause cancer..

And it turns out, they’re almost impossible to avoid…

Luckily, I’ve discovered an ordinary-looking white powder with extraordinary properties…

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This white powder can neutralize these toxins and even kill cancer cells in the body.

And it’s completely natural. You can find it at any grocery store.

Discover the ordinary-looking white powder that can protect men from toxins and even cancer (costs less than $1 for a whole pound)


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.


Nemati R, Dietz C, Anstadt EJ, et al. Deposition and hydrolysis of serine dipeptide lipids of Bacteroidetes bacteria in human arteries: relationship to atherosclerosis. J Lipid Res. 2017;58(10):1999-2007. doi:10.1194/jlr.M077792

Deposition and hydrolysis of serine dipeptide lipids of Bacteroidetes bacteria in human arteries: relationship to atherosclerosis - PubMed


Brown GC. The endotoxin hypothesis of neurodegeneration. J Neuroinflammation. 2019;16(1):180. Published 2019 Sep 13. doi:10.1186/s12974-019-1564-7

The endotoxin hypothesis of neurodegeneration - PubMed