Wives and girlfriends exposed (watch)

This is something women desperately don’t want their husbands and boyfriends to know…

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Wives and girlfriends exposed (watch)

The truth is… size does matter…

Because most men aren’t able to reach this hidden magical spot inside a woman that gives her the kind of full body O’s she’s looking for…

In fact, the spot is actually the deepest part of the vagina along the back wall slightly past her cervix…

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…which, depending on how deep she is down there, means that a man needs somewhere between 7.2 and 8 inches to stimulate this spot and make her gush like a geyser…

And less than 1 in 100 men possess one of these holy grail members!

So what can a man do?

It’s called “phalogenic traction” and it’s working for me and over 6,000 other men to add length and girth down there


Why I’m avoiding this so called essential fatty acid

Linoleic acid is a type of fat that has become increasingly dominant in the modern diet.

Dozens of common “vegetable oils” contain huge amounts of this fat.

Soybean oil, safflower oil, and sunflower oil are all mostly made up of linoleic acid.

This fat is known as an “essential fatty acid” – and it was promoted as a healthy alternative to saturated fats for decades.

But the reality is that linoleic acid – and similar fats – are some of the most harmful elements of the modern industrial diet.

Cancer researchers know that fat, and linoleic acid in particular, rapidly accelerate the growth of cancerous tumors.

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The animal experiments were carried out at Keio University in Japan. The paper was published in The Keio Journal of Medicine.

These Japanese researchers were investigating the role of different types of fat in cancer growth and metabolism.

Previous studies had shown that a common fatty acid found in vegetable oil was rapidly taken up by cancer cells.

“Previous work reported that the consumption of linoleic acid by tumor tissue is much greater than that of normal muscle.”

The researchers believed that this type of fat may be being used to accelerate the growth of tumors.

“We believe this is probably due to the great need of linoleic acid by the tumor tissue for its growth.”

So they decided to carry out a number of animal experiments to see if they could pinpoint the precise effect of linoleic acid on cancer.

The scientists carried out their experiments on rats.

Dozens of rats were put on a standardized diet for 2 weeks.

Then the rats were split into a number of different groups which had slightly different diets.

The rats had tumors transplanted into them and the researchers tracked the growth of tumors in the different groups.

Some rats were put on a completely fat-free diet. The tumors grew very very slowly in these fat-free animals.

“The growth of tumors in the normal diet group is much greater than that of the fat-free diet group.”

In fact, the rats on a fat-free diet had tumors only one-third the size of rats on a standard diet.

In the next experiment, the researchers gave rats who had been on the fat-free diet extra linseed oil.

Linseed oil is a vegetable oil which is high in linoleic acid.

In these animals, the tumors started to grow rapidly after just four days.

“In four days after adding linseed oil to the diet the tumor tissue grows so fast that the tumors are as large as those found in the standard diet group.”

Tumor growth from 4 days on a diet with added linseed oil was the same as tumor growth over 14 days in a diet with mixed fats.

The high-linoleic-acid linseed oil seems to be about 3 times more carcinogenic than fat in general.

In the final experiment, the researchers gave rats pure, 100% linoleic acid.

This experiment can rule out any other compound in linseed oil as the carcinogen.

The study found that linoleic acid was just as potent at triggering tumor growth as linseed oil.

“When we added linoleic acid to a previously fat-free diet, the growth of the tumor is as large as that seen in the linseed oil diet group.”

The fat-free diet slows the growth of tumors.

“The growth of cancer in rats, when fed on a fat-free diet, is much less than that of the normal diet-fed group.”

Linoleic acid is particularly effective at triggering tumor growth.

“From above observations it might be concluded that linoleic acid is needed for the growth of the sarcoma and that the lack of this substance greatly inhibits the growth of the tumor.”

This research shows only one aspect of the detrimental effects of high doses of linoleic acid in the diet.

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Watch: video blows the lid off 100-year old FDA secret

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For the first time ever, I’m blowing the lid off a very well-kept secret…

A secret that Big Pharma and the FDA have been hiding from us for more than 100 years.

This secret has the power to turn modern medicine on its ear, if I can get it out before they silence me…

So I made this video, hosted on a private page, where I hope THEY won’t see it.

I can’t promise how long it will be up, but every man NEEDS to watch this before they eat another bite of food.

And I mean ANY food…

So hurry and watch this video now to see what I’ve discovered before you eat your next meal


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.
The influence of linoleic acid upon the growth of transplanted sarcomahttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/13979090/