Listen up cuz this is really important.
I know this message may be “off topic” since it’s not about marketing or copywriting… but it’s MY newsletter so I can write about anything I want!
But seriously, I’m going to reveal some really valuable health info today.
Look, what good is it to have a successful business and make a ton of money if your health is bad and you always feel crappy.
What I’m about to reveal is truly a matter of life and death…
Just making one small change in your eating habits can almost immediately help you…
- Improve your overall sense of well-being and just plain FEEL better…
- Beat depression and feel more optimistic…
- Have more energy…
- Lose ugly body fat…
- And improve your sex drive!
I’ve taught members of my inner circle group that refined sugar is bad for not only your appearance but your health, too. Tooth decay, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and even more bad stuff.
And high fructose corn syrup is even WORSE! That stuff is straight from the devil himself. It’s clinically proven to be more addictive than cocaine… and the food industry puts it in practically
But it gets worse. Did you know refined sugar and high fructose corn syrup can kill your love life?
A study in the Journal of Clinical Investigation shows that high levels of glucose and fructose can deactivate the gene that controls the amount of sex hormones in your blood.1
This study revealed that when glucose and fructose are metabolized by the liver it deactivates the SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) gene.
Why is SHBG so important? It regulates the amounts of testosterone and estrogen floating around in your bloodstream.
Without SHBG to regulate those hormones, your sex hormones get all screwed up… which in men can lead to impotence, depression and low libido.
For women the effects are WORSE. In addition to diabetes (which can also significantly decrease a woman’s libido), low SHBG levels can cause infertility, polycystic ovaries, acne and uterine cancer.1 2
To maintain good sexual health, one of the first things you should do is avoid all sugar.
And the easiest way to immediately cut your sugar intake is to quit ALL soft drinks, juices and anything with fructose. You’ll see fructose labeled as HFCS or “high fructose corn syrup”. They’re
putting it in practically EVERYTHING these days.
Gee, do you think there’s some kind of conspiracy to keep us all fat, unhealthy and depressed?
That way you could keep everybody on drugs like anti-depressants, blood pressure meds, insulin and viagra.
Hmmm… who would stand to make a lot of money from that?
Wouldn’t it be a lot easier and cheaper to simply stop consuming sugar, HFCS and other high glycemic carbohydrates?
Just a thought.
Anyhooo… here’s my recommendation:
Soda (or “pop” as we called it in the midwest) and all those drinks with sugar and HFCS are just plain dangerous… PERIOD!
Drink water instead. I try to drink only purified water because anything else will probably contain chemicals that will also put your sexual health at risk.
If you’re using artificial sweeteners… stop. Stay away from any and all products containing chemical artificial sweeteners as they can also create health problems. (That includes diet soda and drinks like “Diet Snapple.”)
Instead, use Stevia, an all-natural herbal sweetener with no side effects. It’s about eight times sweeter than sugar, so a little goes a long way.
I gotta run. I just wanted to share a quick secret that can almost IMMEDIATELY improve your health.
We’ll get back to money-making stuff next issue.
All the best,
Just so you’re prepared for it… if you are addicted, you’re going to experience withdrawal symptoms as soon as you stop consuming them.
It may not be easy to give up this stuff… but here’s an opportunity to show what you’re made of.
Just exercise some self-discipline (which seems to be EXTREMELY rare nowadays) for 14 to 21 days. After that, the cravings for those poisons should subside and you’ll be through the worst of it.
I did it. It was slightly unpleasant at times… but DEFINITELY worth it.
You can do it, too. I believe in you.
Why not start right now?
Trust me… you’ll thank me for it.
1 Selva D, Hogeveen K, Innis S, Hammond G. “Monosaccharide-induced lipogenesis regulates the human hepatic sex hormone-binding globulin gene”, J. Clin. Invest. 1[17:39]79-3987 doi:10.1172/JCI32249.
2 Laaksonen DE, Niskanen L, Punnonen K; et al. Testosterone and sex hormone-binding globulin predict the metabolic syndrome and diabetes in middle-aged men. Diabetes Care. 2004;27(5):1036-1041.e.?