This pointing finger technique will score you huge points in bed

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This pointing finger technique will score you huge points in bed (women LOVE this)

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Just one week after using the Pointing Finger Technique, I had my wife quivering from two powerful, rapid orgasms… back-to-back.

I hadn’t been able to do that to her in years!

Now with just my pointing finger, I’m able to pleasure her the way she craves and get her moaning my name again and again…

And it’s so sexy seeing her enjoy herself this way, and my confidence is soaring now that I know I can make her feel this good.

And it’s all thanks to this secret pointing finger technique… 

Try it tonight (it’s free) and blow your lady’s mind in bed!

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These B vitamins naturally lower men’s estrogen levels

I have written many articles and some newsletters which focus on the problems of excess estrogen.

Excess estrogen causes obesity, erections problems, cardiovascular problems, mood disorders, bone loss…

Well, the list is almost endless.

Much of our estrogen comes from testosterone – converted by an enzyme called aromatase.

Substances like zinc and foods like mushrooms can be useful for controlling estrogen because they block the aromatase enzyme.

In fact, chemical-grade aromatase inhibitors can be remarkably effective at fighting serious illnesses up to and including cancer.

They can come with nasty side effects too.

But there is another element of estrogen management which is safe, effective, and massively overlooked.

Much of our estrogen is deactivated or detoxified in the liver. And the liver needs a couple of B vitamins in order to do this.

Many people do not get enough of these vitamins, and increasing your intake could have a major effect on your estrogen levels.

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The animal research was carried out at the Memorial Hospital for the Treatment of Cancer and Allied Diseases, New York, and the Merck Institute for Therapeutic Research, Rahway, New Jersey. The paper was published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.

This is an older study – an extremely important one, long forgotten by many people…

Probably because the solutions provided by the research are extremely cheap.

The initial discovery was that liver samples taken from animals have a huge effect on estrogen metabolism.

“Several authors have investigated the role of the liver in estrogen metabolism. Liver slices from dogs, rats, and mice have been found to metabolize estrogens in vitro.”

Later studies showed that water-soluble B vitamins have a major effect on how the liver metabolizes estrogen.

B vitamin deficiency influences estrus in animals. Estrus is massively influenced by estrogen.

“Researchers carried out experiments in rats where an ovary was removed and the other transplanted into the spleen… These animals showed signs of estrus when maintained on a diet deficient in the vitamin B complex, whereas the controls fed a normal diet failed to do so.”

(In other words, B vitamin deficiency somehow supercharges estrogen levels.)

After that, researchers looked at the effect of individual nutrients on the metabolism of estrogen (estradiol) in the liver.

“The present paper deals with the effect of deficiencies of individual known members of the B complex and of vitamin A on the ability of rat and mouse liver slices to inactivate estradiol.”

Those experiments proved that the B vitamins needed to detoxify estrogen were vitamin B1 (thiamine) and vitamin B2 (riboflavin).

Animals deficient in either of these vitamins were unable to inactivate estrogen – leading to ever-increasing levels of estrogen in the body.

“Liver slices from B2 and B1-deficient rats are unable to inactivate estradiol under conditions in which slices from controls on the same diets, but receiving adequate amounts of these vitamins, possess this activity.”

Adequate levels of vitamins B1 and B2 allowed animals to detoxify estrogen.

But a deficiency in either of these vitamins meant they were unable to inactivate estrogen efficiently.

“This loss of inactivating ability parallels the change of riboflavin and thiamine content in the liver.”

This is a major and often overlooked factor in the control of estrogen levels…

And increasing your intake of these 2 nutrients can help to detoxify estrogen and improve the health of the entire body.

Estrogen is known as a feminizing hormone – and it is for men – it can lead to man boobs and a more feminine mindset.

But estrogen is better understood as an inflammatory hormone which causes pain and chronic disease.

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This 1 food dramatically raises your testosterone levels while lowering estrogen

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I’ve discovered 1 food acting as a natural aromatase inhibitor and it’s doing wonders for men…

An aromatase inhibitor is something that blocks the conversion of testosterone into estrogen…so your natural testosterone builds UP UP UP.

And this 1 food does just that…and you only need a couple teaspoons a day!

With this food, men’s precious natural testosterone STAYS testosterone…

So T levels climb higher and higher while estrogen stays low!

Here’s the 1 food that’s helping men live the high T life without patches, or gels, pellets, or injections…

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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 xanax compared to valium to ensure accuracy.
THE EFFECT OF VITAMIN DEFICIENCY ON ESTRADIOL INACTIVATION BY LIVERhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021925818719455