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This will guarantee you’re the best lover she’s ever had

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There are really only two ways to give her a nice, long, satisfying stretch of penetration that ends in a pleasure explosion for her…

1. You can learn to last a really long time during intercourse, without blowing your load…

(and without having to rely on costly pills, creams, etc.)


2. You can simply put her in this 1 position… 


They’re wrong about this hormone causing prostate cancer

Inflammation of the prostate gland is the trigger for benign prostate hyperplasia

The uncomfortable swelling many men suffer from.

Prostate swelling doesn’t necessarily lead to a diagnosis of prostate cancer…

But inflammation is centrally involved in prostate cancer diagnosis too.

(Prostate cancer is massively overdiagnosed and overtreated – but you still want to keep inflammation down to avoid a “diagnosis” in the first place.)

In the last 50 years, simplistic ideas about hormones have led to some very dangerous dead-ends in the search for the cause of prostate problems.

Researchers theorized that the male hormones, particularly DHT, must be responsible for inflaming the prostate.

Years back, they even tried giving men estrogen to treat prostate problems. That was a terrible failure.

We know now that it’s not male hormones that irritate the prostate gland…

Rather it’s the “female” hormones like estrogen and prolactin which trigger an inflammatory cascade.

This cascade leads to benign prostatic hyperplasia and even prostate cancer diagnosis.

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These animal experiments were performed at Tufts University in Massachusetts. The findings were published in Prostate.

In these experiments, rats were exposed to estrogen or estrogen + DHT.

The researchers then looked at the effects of those hormones on inflammatory proteins linked to prostate hyperplasia.

Many of these proteins are also increased in prostate cancer and other chronic diseases.

“Adult male rats were given chronic exposure to estradiol + DHT by capsule implantation or were injected with estradiol alone.”

There are different types of estrogen produced in the body. In this study, the researchers used estradiol.

This is the most powerful and potent form of estrogen.

Estradiol is produced in men all throughout the body. In disease, estradiol production is increased primarily in fat cells.

But the inflamed prostate can also begin to produce massive amounts of estradiol locally, in the prostate itself.

The researchers found that long-term supplementation with DHT and estrogen cause an increase in harmful inflammatory proteins.

These proteins are tied to prostate hyperplasia and many other diseases.

“After four weeks of treatment with estrogen and DHT we saw a significant increase in inflammatory proteins.”

If this was the only experiment carried out, many people would be inclined to assume that it was DHT which caused inflammation.

But because they supplemented 2 different hormones, it is really impossible to tell exactly what’s going on.

Yet in these series of experiments the researchers also supplement estrogen alone.

A few days of estrogen only supplementation was sufficient to cause a similar increase in inflammatory proteins.

“We observed up regulation of inflammatory proteins after only four days of treatment with estradiol.”

This study, like many others, clearly shows that estrogen causes prostate inflammation.

Numerous other studies have shown that the male hormones like DHT, testosterone, and others actually have an anti-inflammatory effect on the prostate.

The anti-inflammatory effect of male hormones has been shown in cell experiments, animal experiments, human observational studies…

…and even some small human trials using male hormones to treat prostate cancer.

The male hormones are not to blame for prostate problems.

Rather, estrogen and a cadre of other inflammatory allies trigger prostate problems.

“Upregulation of pro-inflammatory proteins occurred shortly after exposure to estrogen and well before any inflammation was observed in the prostate.”

The misunderstanding of the role of different hormones in prostate problems has caused immeasurable harm to men over the last few decades.

But the science is in at this point – we know what causes and what fixes prostate problems.

The prostate question is one that “science” – or rather the powerful medical establishment – has gotten completely wrong over the last 50 years.

Only now is it beginning to acknowledge the truth.

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This cancer-fighting nutrient helps shrink the prostate

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Men can have a prostate the size of a lemon… sometimes even larger…

With this special cancer-fighting nutrient I’ve discovered, you may be able to shrink a lemon-sized prostate down to a walnut…

…the normal size, with good urinary function.

And you may be able to do this at home, without medications or procedures, or even a doctor’s visit.

See, most men are deficient in this special nutrient that’s been called the “anti cancer nutrient” by some scientists.

It fights back against toxins and chemicals in the testicles to protect your prostate and keep it healthy.

And now I’ve found a very simple way to increase this cancer-fighting nutrient in the body — here’s how.


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.
Expression of proinflammatory genes during estrogen-induced inflammation of the rat prostate