Why women really love big loads (not what you think)

There’s one very specific reason why she loves you shooting out ribbon after ribbon…

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—-Important Message From Adam Armstrong—-

Why women love it when you blow a big load (not what you think)

Very few men know that almost every woman has the same little-known desire in the bedroom…

Call it a “fantasy”, a “fetish”, call it whatever you like…

The truth is… almost every woman LOVES it when she goes to bed with a man who can blow a freakin’ HUGE load.

And it’s not for the reason you may be thinking…

This is why… 

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This sweet treat gives men perfect blood sugar

There has been a lot of unfair demonisation of sugar in the last couple of decades.

I have written at length about how certain types of fats (not sugar) are responsible for the increase in chronic diseases in recent years.

Yet many people still believe that high-sugar medicinal foods like honey are nothing but empty calories.

But there is a lot of research showing remarkable health benefits to consuming honey.

Honey decreases chronic inflammation – something many people are suffering with these days. 

It decreases inflammation most in people who need it most too.

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The human research was carried out at Dubai Specialized Medical Center and Medical Research Laboratories, Islamic Establishment for Education in Dubai, UAE.

The paper was published in The Journal of Medicinal Food.

The project involved a total of seven different human experiments.

The researchers gave people drinks of water + honey, or water + fake honey, or water + dextrose.

Dextrose is another name for glucose – it is pure, simple sugar.

These drinks were given to healthy people, people with high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and type II diabetes.

The researchers then carried out blood tests looking at metabolic factors and inflammatory markers over the next few hours.

Honey causes significantly less variations in blood sugar levels compared to glucose.

“Dextrose elevated blood level at 1 (53%) and 2 (3%) hours, and decreased plasma glucose level after 3 hours (20%).”

Things were much more stable in people who consumed the same amount of honey in a drink…

“Honey elevated plasma glucose level after 1 hour (14%) and decreased it after 3 hours (10%).”

 

The researchers also found that increases in insulin were significantly less after consuming honey.

Honey is a mixture of different sugars, some of which do not require insulin.

“Elevation of insulin was significantly higher after dextrose than after honey.”

In people with high triglycerides, consuming honey for a couple of weeks led to decreases in total cholesterol.

There were insignificant changes in HDL and LDL.

“Honey consumed for 15 days decreased cholesterol (7%)in people with hypertriglyceridemia.”

One of the reasons for elevated cholesterol is a bacterial inflammation in the body.

Honey is remarkably good at balancing bacteria and other gut critters.

This explains why markers of systemic inflammation decreased alongside total cholesterol in people with high triglycerides.

“15 days of honey consumption decreased CRP (7%) and homocysteine (6%).”

C-reactive protein (CRP) is a great test for systemic inflammation.

Homocysteine is a marker for inflammation which can lead to cardiovascular disease.

Decreasing both of these markers is a great sign for people who consume honey.

The effects were even better in people with high cholesterol.

Two weeks of honey consumption decreased total cholesterol by 8% and LDL by 11%.

More importantly, honey decreased the inflammatory protein CRP by 75% in people with high cholesterol!

“Honey decreased cholesterol (8%), LDL-C (11%), and CRP (75%) in people with hyperlipidemia after 15 days.”

There are also benefits to diabetic patients.

These people saw a significantly lower rise in blood sugar after consuming honey compared with glucose.

“In diabetic patients, honey compared with dextrose caused a significantly lower rise of plasma glucose level.”

Honey also decreased homocysteine ( a marker for cardiovascular disease) in people with high cholesterol.

“Honey reduces blood lipids, homocysteine, and CRP in normal and hyperlipidemic subjects.”

I think the results of this study are pretty clear.

Honey is superior to sugar in terms of cardio metabolic health.

Honey is a pretty potent anti-inflammatory, more so for those who need it most.

Honey has particularly potent effects on inflammation in people with high cholesterol.

Inflammation and elevated cholesterol often sourced from the same place – the gut.

There are numerous studies showing the benefits of honey in people and animals with gut problems…

Even severe gut problems like inflammatory bowel disease.

—-Important Message for Men—-

5 foods giving men prediabetes and diabetes — and these are so-called “healthy” foods!

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For decades, they’ve been telling us to eat these 5 foods…

And yet, countless studies show that these 5 foods are CAUSING prediabetic and diabetic symptoms in men.

Now today, following these guidelines, we’re sicker than ever.

More than 29 million adults in the U.S. — over 10 percent of the population — currently have diabetes or prediabetes symptoms.

And most shockingly — the foods that Big Pharma and dieticians and even the government keep recommending…

…they are actually making the symptoms WORSE!

That’s why I put these 5 bad foods here — prepare to be shocked…

You probably ate 2 of these foods just for breakfast…

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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 https://www.dailymedicaldiscoveries.com/generic-propecia-cost/ to ensure accuracy.
Natural honey lowers plasma glucose, C-reactive protein, homocysteine, and blood lipids in healthy, diabetic, and hyperlipidemic subjects: comparison with dextrose and sucrosehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15117561/