This is why men should eat lots of carbs

The liver tells the full story…how you can eat sweets like crazy and still enjoy a lean liver and high sexual function…

—-Important Message—-

Men who aren’t experiencing the joys of erections all the time: Is your liver causing the problem?

Many men have bogged down their livers… And this causes LOW TESTOSTERONE and LOW sexual performance…

That’s because a fatty liver causes toxins to build up in the bloodstream.

And the toxins injure the delicate testosterone-producing Leydig cells in the testicles.

They even reach the brain and may cause Alzheimer’s.

You have a fatty liver IF you have stubborn belly fat.

A belly and a fatty liver go together. The liver is the largest organ in the body… And when it gets even bigger and becomes inflamed, it shows up as a belly.

Fortunately, I’ve created a simple protocol that cleans your liver so you testosterone levels will rise.


This is why men should eat lots of carbs

Are carbs healthy?

Can carbs turn into fat in the liver, clog your arteries, and ruin blood flow to your penis?

Well, we’re going to start off this discussion by looking into blood sugar problems and type 2 diabetes.

Many herbs and supplements can protect against damage from type 2 diabetes.

But usually these treatments only work for a small number of the symptoms.

However, a number of Chinese herbal remedies are useful for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

And recently, researchers put one of these remedies to the test.

They found it to be remarkably effective against a whole host of diabetic symptoms – including fatty liver disease.

These researchers did animal experiments at the Cheng Hsin General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan. The Journal of Ginseng Research published the results.

Increasingly, research implicates high levels of dietary fat as the cause of myriad health problems.

“Dietary fat has been suggested to be the cause of various health issues.”

Animal and human research points towards these diets as a causal factor in the most common chronic diseases.

“Obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, dyslipidemia, and kidney disease are known to be associated with a high-fat diet.”

And researchers are finding that liver disease often accompanies these chronic metabolic problems.

“Obesity and associated conditions, such as type 2 diabetes mellitus and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, are currently a worldwide health problem.”

The Chinese use one particular traditional herbal remedy to control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

“A traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng-plus-Bai-Hu-Tang, is widely used by diabetic patients to control glucose level.”

This researchers designed this study to test the effect of this remedy on liver disease and other metabolic problems associated with type 2 diabetes.

“Whether ginseng-plus-Bai-Hu-Tang has therapeutic effects on fat-induced hepatic steatosis and metabolic syndrome remains unclear.”

Bai-Hu-Tang is a combination of four different herbs.

The remedy has been in use in China for almost 2,000 years.

And ginseng is one of the most widely used herbal remedies everywhere.

The researchers combined ginseng with Bai-Hu-Tang.

“The study was conducted to examine the therapeutic effect of ginger and Bai-Hu-Tang on obesity, liver disease, and insulin resistance.”

For the experiments, they gave the lab mice a high-fat diet.

This diet causes the animals to become diabetic and develop liver disease and other metabolic problems.

And they supplemented half of the mice on the high-fat diet with the Chinese herbal remedy.

At the end of the 12-week trial period, they compared those two groups of rats against healthy rats on a normal diet.

The herbal remedy prevented weight gain in the animals on the high-fat diet.

It also prevented increases in blood lipids and spikes in blood sugar.

“Ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang protected mice against body weight gain, hyperlipidemia, and hyperglycemia.”

The herbal remedy prevented fat gain normally caused by a high-fat diet.

“Ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang inhibited the expansion of adipose tissue and adipocyte hypertrophy.”

The experiment showed that this combination of herbs could also protect the liver from metabolic damage.

Ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang prevented the onset of fatty liver disease.

“No ectopic fat deposition was found in the livers of high-fat-diet mice treated with ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang.”

The treated animals had better glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity.

“Glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity in high-fat-diet-fed mice was also improved by ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang.”

According to the results of these experiments, this herbal combination is remarkably effective against many symptoms associated with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

“Our findings provide evidence for the traditional use of ginseng and Bai-Hu-Tang as therapy for the management of metabolic syndrome.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner for the treatment and diagnosis of health-related problems.

—-Important Message for Men Who Are Sick of Diabetes Symptoms—-

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