Whatever you do, don’t put this in your coffee

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This particular creamer LOADS your coffee with feminizing estrogen, but most men still use it…

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Fat-burning myth for diabetes (stuck in lipolysis)

Something strange happens when a man is diabetic – his body just doesn’t burn sugar, it can only burn fat.

In fact, type 2 diabetics are great fat burners. Did you know that?

That’s why diabetics have high blood sugar – because their cells are UNABLE to burn sugar and can ONLY burn fat.

Scientists call this fat burning “lipolysis.”

Diabetics are stuck in lipolysis…stuck in fat-burning mode…

And the answer from Big Pharma is to load them up with drugs…rather than REVERSE the diabetic “stuck in fat burning” situation…

However, there is a NATURAL way to kick-start the cells into burning sugar again.

Blood sugar NORMALIZES. Diabetics can (with their doctor’s blessing) throw their medications in the trash.

But don’t expect to hear about this anywhere else – Big Pharma makes $35 billion in diabetic TREATMENTS and zero in CURING diabetes…

Here’s the simple secret to kick-starting your body into burning sugar again, REVERSING diabetes

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Whatever you do, don’t put this in your coffee

“I’ve got to kick this caffeine habit.”

We hear this all the time from people who think caffeine is bad for you.

They obsess over it. They give themselves caffeine headaches and all kinds of other health issues.

And let’s face it…

Caffeine can be not so great.

Especially if you’re taking caffeine supplements in super-concentrated forms and at very high doses.

If you do that, you can make yourself jittery and feel like crap.

But caffeine (in higher doses than people think) can have a protective effect on your whole body.

This particular study is specific to the heart.

But you know what I always say…

What’s good for the heart is good for the penis.

And in this case, it’s especially true.

Caffeine is GOOD for you.

This sounds CRAZY, but all those people who say caffeine is bad for you are dead wrong.

Caffeine isn’t just good for you… It also seems to have a protective effect against multiple “aging” diseases.

You know the diseases we get as we get older and that have the potential to kill us or make our lives miserable?

I’m talking about things like stroke, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.

You know I want to prevent ALL of that!

And caffeine is an EASY and delicious way to lower your risk.

“Caffeine consumption has been associated with lower risks for multiple diseases, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, but the mechanism underlying these protective effects has been unclear.”

Until now, though there has been no clear reason as to the WHY in all of this.

It’s just been a bunch of guesswork as to the link between caffeine and prevention against “aging” diseases.

But now we know a little more.

This study shows that caffeine affects how a regulatory protein moves into the mitochondria.

And this protein has a protective effect on the heart.

“A new study now shows that caffeine promotes the movement of a regulatory protein into mitochondria, enhancing their function and protecting cardiovascular cells from damage.”

But, as amazing as that heart protection effect is, that’s not all caffeine does!

It also improves the functional capacity of the cells that line the inside of the blood vessels.

This is a really big deal.

Because (obviously) blood vessels aren’t JUST in your heart.

Blood vessels are found throughout your entire body – and some of the smallest and most sensitive ones are in your penis.

So, if you can improve the lining of your blood vessels, you are likely to help boost penile blood flow.

Of course, better penile blood flow can also mean better erections.

And you know how important great erections are to me (and to Jodi, but that’s another story).

Caffeine improved the functional capacity of endothelial cells, which line the interior of blood vessels, and that the effect involved mitochondria, the cell’s energy powerhouses.”

The easiest way to get caffeine is through coffee.

Plain coffee, or coffee with regular table sugar is best.

Coffee also contains other protective nutrients.

How much coffee should you drink to get the right amount of caffeine?

There is a magic number for this – and it’s four cups.

Drinking four cups of coffee a day has a real physiological effect on the body and can give you great health benefits.

“The protective effect was reached at a concentration equivalent to consumption of four cups of coffee, suggesting the effect may be physiologically relevant.”

But here is a caution about specialty coffee drinks!

A Starbucks habit is probably pretty good for you, but not if your daily cups of coffee have a bunch of fat in them.

Because an overabundance of fat in your diet can LEAD to the stuff that the caffeine protects you from.

If you want to lighten your coffee, go for skim milk.

Sugar is fine (real sugar… but NOT sugar substitutes.)

Whatever you do, don’t put soy milk in your coffee

That’s because soy is HIGHLY estrogenic and can cause your testosterone level to drop.

I think it’s fabulous that caffeine is great for you in moderate quantities.

So, go ahead and drink that coffee. You’ll be glad you did.

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How to naturally raise your testosterone: Why didn’t your doc tell you this?

The doc said, “I’ll give you these patches to use. They contain medical testosterone.”

But medical testosterone will downregulate your natural production.

And medical testosterone can harm men.

So… I found a way to raise testosterone naturally… It works by stimulating the Leydig cells in a man’s testes. The Leydig cells make your own natural testosterone…

But…these cells have stopped producing testosterone in many men 50 years old or more…

…but fortunately, here’s how you can kick-start your Leydig cells to make youthful amounts of testosterone…this can work within hours to cause your testosterone to skyrocket

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When can ads intensify unhealthy cravings? Holistic thinking patterns can influence responses to food advertisements https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180615154508.htmCDKN1B/p27 is localized in mitochondria and improves respiration-dependent processes in the cardiovascular system—New mode of action for caffeine http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2004408