Why Megan keeps feeding this 1 food to her husband

It’s making him want me morning, noon, and night!

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—-Important Message From Megan—-

How men are raising libido with this one sweet treat

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Hi, I’m Megan 🙂 and my 53-year-old husband just went from ZERO desire for me…to rocking my fricken socks off in bed…

…sometimes even 2-3 times a day!

And he made this transformation in a little over a week.

I’m gonna show you how he did it because I get so angry when I see bad advice online about how low libido is strictly a lack of testosterone…

That’s only HALF the story, and only HALF of the truth…

And by the way, even if you’re over 40, your body still makes enough T to keep your libido going strong…

The real problem is there’s something else getting in the way… and low T isn’t the whole story!

Here’s the food that turned my husband into a sex crazed monster — and I LOVE it 🙂


How to avoid iron overload

Iron is an essential nutrient and iron deficiency can cause a number of health problems.

But the modern diet, and fortification of said diet with iron, has reduced the likelihood of iron deficiency substantially.

Instead, we are left with an increasingly common problem of iron overload

Or a deficiency of other nutrients like copper which are needed to handle iron safely.

Because of these issues, health problems related to excess iron…

…and health problems which can be improved either by removing iron from the body or improving the overall nutritional status so that iron does not become so toxic…

…are more common than iron deficiency.

In one example, Italian researchers showed that iron plays a role in insulin resistance.

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The human research was carried out at The University of Milan in Italy. This paper was published in Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics.

The researchers were following up experiments which show that iron can change the degree of insulin sensitivity in liver cells.

The liver is extremely important for all sorts of metabolic processes.

“Preliminary clinical and experimental results suggest that iron can modify hepatocytes’ insulin sensitivity by interfering with insulin receptors and intracellular insulin signaling.”

The researchers looked at the effect of iron on insulin resistance in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

“We evaluated the influence of iron on insulin resistance and insulin release in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and in vitro the interaction between iron and insulin sensitivity.”

They also carried out some cell experiments looking at how different levels of iron affect insulin receptors in human liver cells.

“We also analyzed the effect of iron manipulation on insulin receptor expression in hepatoblastoma HepG2 cell line.

When they put the participants on a low iron diet, they found a significant improvement in insulin sensitivity.

In other words, insulin resistance decreased.

“Insulin resistance evaluated by homeostasis model assessment (HOMA), significantly decreased after a low iron diet.”

When the participants had their iron levels reduced further by phlebotomy, similar to blood donation, insulin resistance improved even more.

“A further reduction in insulin resistance was observed after phlebotomies.”

The cell experiments showed that substances which decrease iron increased the activity of insulin on insulin receptors.

Adding more iron had the opposite effect, decreasing the activity of insulin on insulin receptors.

“Iron depletion by desferrioxamine increased by twofold the 125I-insulin-specific binding, whereas iron addition reduced insulin binding.”

The experiments outline a number of different mechanisms by which iron can negatively affect insulin sensitivity.

The experiments showed that this does happen in the real world.

“Iron status affects insulin sensitivity by modulating the transcription and membrane expression/affinity of insulin receptor expression in hepatocytes.”

Like other experiments, these experiments show that altering iron levels can have a profound effect on metabolic health.

Excess iron has been strongly linked not only to insulin resistance, but also to obesity, type II diabetes, and cancer – the major metabolic diseases.

“Iron status also influences insulin-dependent gene expression suggesting that increased insulin clearance and decreased insulin resistance may contribute to the positive effect of iron depletion in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.”

Decreasing the amount of iron in the body can be very helpful for people with high iron.

But even people who don’t have high iron on blood tests can have issues with iron toxicity because of other factors.

For example low levels of copper can trigger iron problems because copper is needed to manage iron properly in the body.

—-Important Message About Defatting the Liver—-

These simple supplements clean out the liver and boost rockiness

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I’ve been using a special form of vitamin E along with a combination of other inexpensive supplements to clean out my liver…

And the effect on my rockiness has been nothing short of outstanding!

My wife is even noticing how much rockier I’ve been getting…

“You feel like solid steel inside of me!” she says and I’m walking around all day with a smile on my face.

It’s insane how much your erections can improve when you clean out your liver this way.

So give it a try — here’s what I’m doing and you can do this too


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.
Iron and insulin resistancehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16225476/