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Diabetes is WRECKING Your Sex Life!

Dear Reader, 

 If you struggle with type 2 diabetes, you know just how difficult it is to manage. 

 You’re continually pricking your finger policing everything you put in your mouth… and popping pills or giving yourself painful injections.   

 Even worse? This dreaded disease can drastically impact another area of your life…  

 In fact, your diabetes might be turning off the heat in the bedroom. 

 Here’s how to stop it before it ruins your sex life completely. 

 A study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics observed over 220,000 men pulled data on their genetic traits and medical conditions. 

 Ultimately, they concluded that there is a distinct connection between type 2 diabetes and erectile dysfunction 

 This isn’t surprising because type 2 diabetes can cause nerve damage and impairments with certain blood vessels. And keeping things hopping in the bedroom is mainly about having enough blood flow. 

 So either of these issues can have a drastic impact on whether or not you’re able to “rise to the occasion.”  

 Fortunately, there are steps you can take to ease your symptoms… and prevent this from happening altogether.  

 The key is to manage your diabetes. And that doesn’t mean popping some pill that’s packed with dangerous side effects. 

 Instead there are natural ways to get your blood sugar under control AND keep sex life on track:   

 Get enough sleep: Poor sleep habits affect insulin sensitivity and hormones that play an important role in blood sugar control. 

  • Cinnamon: Cinnamon improves insulin sensitivity and also lowers blood sugar levels up to 29%. 
  • Berberine: Studies show this Chinese herb lowers blood sugar. You can take a 500mg berberine supplement 3 times a day, once before each meal. 
  • Foods rich in chromium and magnesium: A study found that people with the highest magnesium intake had a 47% lower chance of becoming diabetic. Chromium is also involved in metabolism and helps control blood sugar levels. Foods high in magnesium include whole grains, fish, and dark leafy greens. Chromium-rich foods are high-bran cereals, coffee, nuts, broccoli and certain meats.