This is what women are really craving in bed

This is something women desperately want us guys to know…

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—-Important Message From Jeff—-

This is what women are really craving in bed

It turns out that there’s a hidden magical spot inside a woman that gives her a super O…

And no, this spot is NOT the G-spot.

This spot is actually along the deepest part of the vagina along the back wall, slightly past her cervix…

And this spot is super difficult for most men to reach — because most of us aren’t hiding some monster in our pants…

So what can a man do to give a woman this super O she’s craving?

It’s called “phalogenic traction” and it’s working for me and over 6,000 other men to add length and girth down there

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Are you eating the wrong type of fiber that may increase colon cancer?

Colon cancer is one of the most common cancer diagnoses in the United States – with over 100,000 new diagnoses every year.

A number of things can influence the likelihood of developing colon cancer…

The most well-known of which is dietary fiber intake.

Dietary fibers can prevent colon cancer.

But fiber can also be a major cause of colon cancer – and this is more often the case.

Unfortunately, theories about the effects of different types of fiber which were disproven decades ago are still dominant in the minds of many people.

What’s more, many people are advised to supplement with types of fibers that are actually proven to cause cancer rather than prevent it.

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This academic review of human and animal research was published in Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology – Essential Nutrients in Carcinogenesis.

This review was carried out as part of a larger project looking at the role of different dietary elements in cancer risk.

This part of the project looked at experiments which tested the effects of fibers theorized to affect the rate of cancer in humans and animals.

“We reviewed the literature concerning the effect of individual dietary fibres on the experimental induction of colorectal cancer.”

Because of educational drives over the last few decades, many Americans believe that more fiber is a good thing.

But this is not what the research shows.

Many fibers, including those which are often recommended by doctors to improve health, increase cancer in experiments.

“Numerous fiber supplements enhance tumor development. These include pectin, corn bran, carrageenan, agar, Metamucil, and alfalfa.”

These cancer-causing fibers come from various sources.

Metamucil is a supplement which is also considered a chemical treatment in many countries.

It can be bought in health food shops, but is often recommended by doctors for various gastrointestinal complaints.

Metamucil is a standardized preparation of psyllium husk.

Carrageenan and agar are fibers which are often added to processed foods to change the mouth feel.

Carrageenan is particularly worrying.

Rudimentary experiments often conclude carrageenan is harmless.

But the problem with carrageenan occurs when it enters into the human digestive system.

There, it’s broken down into a second substance which is highly inflammatory and carcinogenic too.

Fibers can increase the risk of cancer by a number of different mechanisms.

These include mechanical stress triggering inflammation…

Feeding pathogenic bacteria which go on to suppress metabolism and increase inflammation.

Fibres can inhibit colon cancer by diluting and absorbing possible cancer-causing elements contained within the intestines.”

Some types of fibers also slow down gastrointestinal transit time.

This allows the body to absorb toxins which were meant to be excreted.

These toxins include pathogenic bacteria and excess estrogen – both of which increase inflammation and the risk of developing cancer.

Just as some fibers can slow things down and cause things to be reabsorbed by the body – other fibers can do precisely the opposite.

Things like raw carrot fiber and well cooked mushrooms tend to speed up transit time without causing mechanical irritation.

These beneficial fibers also absorb estrogen and excess bacteria – thereby lowering the risk of developing cancer.

“Some dietary fibres bind not only carcinogens, bile acids and other potentially toxic agents but also essential nutrients that can modify the carcinogenic process.”

It’s critically important to understand the right types of fibers to consume.

Cooked mushrooms, grated raw carrot, and plenty of fruit are the optimal fibers for the human digestive system.

Many of the other recommended dietary fibers actually cause an increase in cancer-causing bacteria and trigger inflammation in the colon.

“Dietary fibres can produce structural and functional changes in the intestine and modify rates of cell proliferation and migration.”

Fiber is important in lowering your risk of colon cancer…

But the right fibers also influence overall health…

Otherwise these toxic bacteria and other inflammatory agents find their way into general circulation and poison the entire body.

—-Important Warning for All Men—-

Is your toilet paper poisoning your prostate?

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I’ve discovered something terrible about many common toilet paper brands…

They contain toxins that go directly from the paper into your skin…

…directly poisoning your prostate every time you wipe…

They can lead to hair loss, low testosterone levels, erections problems…

These toxins can even lead to prostate cancer!

So please, do me a favor and check this out —

Here are all the toilet papers that are hurting your prostate and literally poisoning your body every time you use them

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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 how much does sildenafil cost to ensure accuracy.
Modification of experimental colon carcinogenesis by dietary fibershttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3035896/