Why this simple gut protocol makes men last longer

This has men lasting 20, 30, even 40 minutes with a woman

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Matt Cook here, and one of the reasons I love this particular gut protocol so much is because of what it does for my lasting power…

I’ve been lasting almost twice as long in bed with my wife now that I’ve removed the toxic sludge in my gut.

This toxic sludge slows down our system… clogs up the pipes down there… and erections takes a hit…

But now it’s very easy to clean the gut up again and double or even triple how long you last with a woman…

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I’m Dr. Leo Shub, and I discovered a hormone that makes the prostate swell like a baked potato.

And the weird thing is, it’s in most men’s bodies to one degree or another.

It is also capable of suppressing testosterone and increasing the chances of getting gynecomastia, hypogonadism and more.

Not good.

But the worst is its effects on the male prostate.

Here’s how to avoid and also lower this prostate-swelling hormone in the male body before it’s too late

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Why this simple gut protocol makes men last longer

I talk about two things all the time…

One is gut health, and the other is chronic internal inflammation.  

There’s a reason I do that…

And it’s because these 2 things have a HUGE impact on overall health.

Gut health dramatically affects levels of chronic internal inflammation in the body…

And if you have too much chronic internal inflammation, then you are almost always going to get loads of chronic aging illnesses.

These are things like diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure, and more.

Now, even though I talk about this all the time, sometimes people still don’t believe me when I tell them about it.

So I want to show you a study that shows just how important taking care of the gut is.

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This is a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine by an international team of researchers.

This research was done on children who lived in areas of the world where getting enough nutrition is difficult.

It’s a sad study, but the intervention that the scientists did is very encouraging.

One group of kids got a high quality diet and the other group of kids got a high quality diet that is specifically geared toward developing a good microbiome.

They split the recruits into two groups: 59 children were given an experimental diet (which they called microbiota-directed complementary food prototype, or MDCF-2

By the end of MDCF-2 supplementation, children in the upper quartile had the largest increases in mediators of bone growth and CNS development…

…and the largest decreases in effectors of inflammation.

Even though both diets were considered good, the group of kids that had a diet that fixed their guts had much bigger changes.

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I would expect these kinds of increases in health to occur with a diet with more calories, which both of these are.

But it’s remarkable HOW much better the kids did on the MDCF-2 diet that was specifically designed to fix the microbiome of the gut.

By the end of MDCF-2 supplementation, children in the upper quartile had the largest increases in mediators of bone growth and CNS development and the largest decreases in effectors of inflammation.

One of the remarkable things about this diet was that it decreased inflammation dramatically.

This is important, because inflammation is a huge contributor to almost every chronic disease.

Which is why I focus so much on gut health.

If you get your gut healthy you are so much more likely to have good overall health.

Now, unlike in this study, where the kids are very sadly starting off undernourished…

Most people I work with don’t have such dramatic issues and they can fix gut health with fewer interventions.

The bottom line is that taking care of your gut will help you to unlock better health.

I’ve even seen people reverse diseases like diabetes by making sure their gut is healthy.

—-Important Message About Fixing the Gut to Last Longer in Bed—-

Use my free protocol to clean out your gut and enjoy longer-lasting erections in as little as 2 weeks

  • How does your gut microbiome help or hurt your penis? Once you know how to spot toxic Microbiome Mayhem and reverse its effects, your gut flora will be sending rich nutrients throughout your body, so you can last for 30 minutes or more, effortlessly…now sex becomes a lasting affair, sometimes hours of pure pleasure…

  • My Open the Gate Mechanism ensures that these rich nutrients will be able to surge through the lining of your penile blood vessels. Now nutrient-rich blood will always be able to reach your crotch dragon, so that you can make it roar whenever and wherever you want…even if you took your princess just 30 minutes ago.

  • I’ll teach you how to use my Gut Stamina Method so that you have the kind of endurance she’ll tell all her friends about. Now you’re realizing that you have the stamina to satisfy her every single time — 30 minutes to an hour of hot, steamy lovemaking… And when you do finish, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you get erections again, much to her delight…

All this and much more with this simple gut fix — free today

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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 cipro bronchitis to ensure accuracy.
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2023294https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/microbiome-malnutrition