EXPOSED: How To Increase Your Penis Size Naturally Without Surgery, Pills, Suction Devices Or Crazy Contraptions!
If you want to increase the size of your penis, there are several herbs you can use that may stimulate blood flow to the area and temporarily help it get fully erect. More permanent natural solutions to increase its length and width include making dietary changes, getting more exercise and losing weight around your midsection. Much simpler and safer than surgical enhancement, right? See Step 1 to learn more about how you can make your penis larger without resorting to drugs or surgery.
Using Herbs to Increase Blood Flow to the Penis
1Try ginseng. Korean red ginseng is said to give the nervous system a boost through ginsenosides, a natural component of the plant. While there is no conclusive scientific evidence that ginseng causes the penis to get bigger, men who took ginseng extract tablets as part of a study in South Korea experienced better sexual function after taking the supplements for several weeks.
- Ginseng contraindicates with several medications, and it can have negative side effects for people with certain cancers, heart disease, insomnia, and other disorders. Be sure to talk with your doctor before you begin taking ginkgo regularly.
- If you’re considering taking ginseng supplements, look for a supplement labeled “Korean ginseng root” and take 500 mg per day.
- Since herbal supplements are not regulated by the FDA, there is always a risk when taking them. Be sure to purchase the supplements from a reputable company, and never take more than the recommended dosage.
2Consider ginkgo biloba. This herb is often taken to boost memory, but it also help with blood circulation and may enhance blood flow to the penis. According to a study conducted at the University of California, ginkgo is most effective at helping men on anti-depressants that can lead to sexual dysfunction. Another study found that gingko had no effect. Scientific data is inconclusive, but since gingko enhances memory and has relatively few side effects, it might be worth a try.
- Gingko can be consumed as a tea or a supplement in the form of a capsule. Both forms of the herb are widely available in health food stores.
- Do not take gingko supplements if you have a history of seizures or you’re on blood thinning medication. See your doctor to make sure this supplement is safe for you to take.
3Look into taking maca supplements. This powder is known for being an aphrodisiac. It contains the photochemicals macamides and macaenes, which are said to boost energy and help men maintain erections. Because no conclusive scientific studies have been conducted on this substance, it’s best to proceed with caution. Be sure to discuss it with your doctor before you start adding this supplement to your daily routine.
4Consider taking L-arginine. This is an amino acid that leads to increased blood flow, helping the penis get larger during an erection. A study conducted at Tel Aviv University showed that some men experienced improvements after taking the supplement for 6 weeks. It’s available in natural food stores, and the recommended dose is 1 gram three times a day.
- This supplement should not be taken if you’re on nitroglycerin for your heart, because it can cause a drop in blood pressure. Talk with your doctor about whether you should take L-arginine.
5Eat watermelon. It’s not an herb, but it has properties that might help increase the size and duration of erections in a similar way arginine. Watermelon contains an amino acid called citrulline, which gets converted into arginine and leads to the dilation of blood vessels. The fact that watermelon contains citrulline is a relatively new finding, so no studies have been conducted to find out how well it really works or how much watermelon you’d have to eat to see the benefits. However, since watermelon is considered a superfood when it comes to men’s health, you can’t go wrong by eating plenty of it while it’s in season.
Trying Size-enhancing Natural Solutions
1Stop smoking. The size of your penis, whether it’s flaccid or erect, depends on how much blood it contains. Using tobacco products causes the body’s arteries to become narrower, which in turn reduces blood flow to the penis. If you smoke, you’re inhibiting your penis from being as large as it could be.
2Exercise regularly. Moving your body enhances circulatory healthy, strengthening the arteries that carry blood to your penis. If you don’t exercise at all, your penis may not be realizing its full potential. Aim to exercise for about an hour a day, whether you want to go for a swim, a walk, a jog or a bike ride. Any type of exercise will help increase blood flow to your penis.
- However, there’s no way to exercise your penis itself in a way that will make it get bigger. The penis is composed of smooth muscle, which doesn’t increase in mass with exercise.
3Exercise your pelvic floor. You may not be able to build up the penis itself through exercise, but if you strengthen your pelvic floor your body will be better able to hold blood in your penis. The pelvic floor presses on the vein that keeps blood from leaving the penis during erections. You can strengthen your pelvic floor using Kegel exercises. A trial conducted in Britain concluded that men who performed Kegel exercises experienced better sexual function than those who made other lifestyle changes but didn’t perform the exercises.
- Find your pelvic floor by tightening the same muscle you use to stop your urine flow.
- Tighten and release the muscle 8 times. Rest and do it 8 more times, and again until you’ve done 3 or 4 sets.
- Do the exercises once a day for best results.
4Lose belly fat. Your penis may look smaller than it really is if it’s partially obscured by skin that droops over the top. Losing belly fat is no simple task, but it can make a big difference when it comes to the perceived size of your penis. Start taking measures to lose weight and you’ll likely see improvement in other areas as well. According to a report from Harvard, men with a 42-inch waist are 50 percent more likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED) than men with a 32-inch waist.
- A regular exercise regimen will help you slim down. Aim to do cardio exercises as well as weight training.
- Eat whole foods, like lean meat, fish, whole grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, fruits and healthy oils.
- Avoid refined and processed foods, excessive sugar and starch, and hydrogenated oils.
5Try penis-enhancing devices. There are a few simple, non-invasive devices you can use to help your penis grow and stay enlarged long enough to have sex. If your aim is to have a bigger, firmer erection without using drugs or invasive treatments, try one of these devices:
- A penis ring. This works by holding blood in the penis when it becomes engorged during an erection. Your penis will temporarily be larger and stiffer.
- A penis pump. It’s a vacuum device that fits around the penis. When you operate a hand pump, it draws blood into the penis and keeps it erect temporarily.
Knowing What to Avoid
1Stay away from products claiming to increase penis size. Since wanting a larger penis is such a common desire, there are a lot of scammers out there making promises they can’t back up. There is no magic potion that will make your penis grow. It’s completely genetic. Don’t waste your money or jeopardize your health by falling prey to a company that promises to permanently give you a bigger penis with its product.
2Be wary of “herbal Viagra” products. These are cocktails of the herbs known to increase blood flow to the penis, but since they aren’t regulated by the FDA, it’s difficult to know what the side effects might be. It’s better to try herbs one at a time, controlling your dosage so that you don’t accidentally take too much.
3Don’t bother with stretching or weight-hanging. These two techniques are said to lengthen the penis, and in some cases they do. But the longer it gets, the thinner it gets; both methods cause the penis to lose girth as it stretches out. The only time to use a penis stretcher is after having surgery, when it’s necessary to prevent the accumulation of scar tissue.
4Think it through carefully before getting surgery. Surgical penis enlargement, or phalloplasty, has unfortunate side effects. The penis is extended in length, but you sacrifice function. After an enlargement procedure the penis is no longer able to stand out from the body; instead, it hangs between the legs. And sometimes, it no longer gets erect at all.Looking into natural solutions is a much better bet.
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In Just One Day This Simple Strategy Frees You From Complicated Diet Rules – And Eliminates Rebound Weight Gain
Did you know that you can eat good food and lose weight? It probably sounds too good to be true, right? Changing what and how you eat will improve your overall health, help you lose weight, and make you feel better everyday. Throw in some exercise to really maximize the benefits!
Eating the Right Food
1Eat more fresh food. Choose fresh, nutrient-rich, healthy, low-fat foods.
- Adding a lot of vegetables and fruits to your diet will help you. One way to add more fruits and veggies to your diet, cut calories, and still enjoy the foods you love is to add or “hide” veggies to dishes. Researchers have found that adding pureed vegetables to dishes (e.g., cauliflower to mac and cheese) helped people eat a few hundred calories less of the dishes.eggies add but bulk to a dish but not really a ton of extra calories.
- Get a lot of color on your plate. Make sure your meals have lots of colors; the best way to do this is by adding lots of fresh produce, from eggplant to beets to kale to yellow peppers. This color blocking usually helps you eat more produce and makes the meal look appetizing and appealing at the same time!
2Eat foods high in fiber. Fiber-rich foods keep you full for longer, so that you don’t reach for unhealthy snacks that will only make you gain weight.
- Beans, for example, are filling, high in fiber and are an excellent source of protein. They’re also slow to digest, meaning that you feel satisfied for a while (which may in turn stop you from eating more!)
3Skip the juices, eat the fruit. Instead of drinking juices or smoothies, which tend to be high in calories, opt instead to eat a whole piece of fruit, like an apple.
- Eating a whole piece of fruit fills you up more than juice because raw fruit has more fiber. In addition, the act of chewing the fruit communicates to the brain that you’ve eaten something substantial.
4Eat foods that contain a lot of water, like fruits and vegetables. Studies have shown that people who eat foods with high water content have lower body mass indexes. The water in these foods helps keep you full for longer so you eat less overall.
- Watermelon and strawberries have about 92 percent water per volume. Other fruits with high water content include grapefruit, cantaloupe, and peaches. Remember, though, that many fruits are high in sugar, so try to limit how much fruit you eat daily.
- For vegetables, cucumber and lettuce have the highest water content at 96 percent. Zucchini, radish and celery have a water content of 95 percent.
5Include foods that improve your metabolism. By choosing your foods carefully, you can drop the pounds without going hungry. Hot peppers, green tea, berries, and whole grains are all foods that improve your metabolism, meaning the rate your body burns calories.
- Avoid processed foods and sugars. These cause an insulin spike, which can result in fat storage instead of fat burning.
6Add good fats to your diet. Monounsaturated fats have been clinically proven to help you burn fat, especially in your midsection. So, add foods like avocados, kalamata olives, olive oil, almonds, walnuts, and flaxseed to your diet, and watch the weight fall right off you.
7Eat superfoods. Superfood is a term sometimes used to describe food with high nutrient content that some believe confers health benefits as a result. Some superfood claims are supported with scientific evidence, while other claims make some foods hugely popular even though they have few proven benefits.
- Quinoa, for example, is a legitimate superfood because it is a complete protein (meaning it has all eight of the essential amino acids we need for our tissues). In addition, quinoa has more protein than most cereal grains and is higher in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and iron than other grains like wheat and barley.
- Just make sure to do your research before deciding on adding certain alleged “superfoods” to your diet.
8Avoid unhealthy food with empty calories. “Empty calorie” foods are those which have calories (from sugar and/or solid fats) but little to no nutritional value. 
- Foods and beverages that provide the most number of empty calories for Americans include cakes, cookies, pastries and donuts, sodas, energy drinks, fruit drinks, cheese, pizza, ice cream, bacon, hot dogs and sausages. With some of these, you can find alternative versions. For example, you can purchase low-fat hot dogs and low-fat cheese at grocery stores. You can also have sugar-free drinks. In other foods, like candy and regular soda, all the calories are basically empty.
9Eat more soups. Soups are relatively low in calories. Moreover, if you start with a soup, you will probably eat less of the main meal.
- Stick to soups with a broth base and of around 100-150 calories per serving. You can choose either chunky or pureed soups, just avoid soups with added cream.
10Feed your temptations once in a while. Go ahead and have the odd doughnut or slice of pizza. Indulging in occasional craving will help ward off any binging episodes. If you really feel a hankering for something, have just a little bit. Remember that the more you restrict yourself, the greater the draw to the restricted item.
- Try eating a bowl of raw veggies or drinking a full glass of water before you indulge. Doing this will fill you up and leave you with less room to overindulge on your treat.
Eating the Right Way
1Eat slowly. Your brain takes around 20 minutes to register feelings of fullness, suggesting that you need to slow down so that your brain can properly communicate those feelings.
- If you don’t feel full immediately after a meal, wait. The chemicals your brain releases when you eat or drink take time to rise and to communicate that sense of fullness. As the chemicals increase, your hunger dissipates; this is why you should pause for a little bit after eating and before having a second helping.
3Stop eating when you feel full. When you feel comfortably satiated after eating, stop and put your utensils and napkin on the plate to signal that you’re finished. This is also a signal to yourself that you’re done with your meal as well as to those around you.
- Remember, you don’t have to eat all of your meal once you feel satisfied. Eat until you are 80% full. No one should feel stuffed and sick after eating.
4Drink more water. Often we mistake thirst for hunger which means we eat when it’s not necessary. By keeping yourself well hydrated you’ll feel hungry less as well as getting a clearer complexion and shinier hair.
- If you’re not sure what you’re feeling is actually hunger, try drinking a big glass of water and then wait a few minutes. If you don’t feel hungry anymore, it’s because your body was actually in need of water, not food.
5Record what you eat. This is a simple yet very powerful exercise to open your eyes to see whether you are keeping up with your food plan. Often, we tend to overlook the snacking we do between meals and instead really think that our diet is failing us. Most people underestimate their daily intake by about 25 percent.
- You might also discover useful information about your daily habits and a reality check about how many calories you actually consume. Once you know your habits and patterns better, you can begin to address problem behaviors that are hindering your progress.
- Keeping a journal also makes you more accountable.
6Learn how to manage eating out. Eating in restaurants or at other people’s homes can be a real challenge. You want to eat, but you also don’t want to eat the wrong things and risk backtracking on your progress.
- Choose foods that are steamed, grilled, broiled or baked instead of fried. Avoid dishes that are labeled as “breaded”, “crispy” or “battered” – these are code words for “fried”.
- Don’t be afraid to ask for modifications. For example, ask to swap out potatoes or bread for a side salad. Request sauce on the side of chicken or other entrée, rather than smothered on top. This will enable you to still eat something delicious but without all of the extra calories.
- If the restaurant is known for especially large portion sizes, opt to split something with a friend.
- To avoid overeating when going out, eat a small and healthy snack at home beforehand. Try some carrots and hummus or an apple.This will curb off your hunger and keep your head clear while you make healthy and informed choices from the restaurant’s offerings.
- Pack away food. At the beginning of the meal, ask for a doggie bag, and put what you aren’t going to eat in the bag.
- When ordering salads, always ask for dressings and sauces on the side. Lots of dressings can be very fatty and full of calories. Your seemingly “healthy choice” can pack as many calories as a burger if it’s swimming in a fatty dressing. Be also wary of other high-calorie additions like bacon bits and cheese.
7Expect to cheat once in a while. You might overeat one night. You might have a bad day where you indulge in way too much junk food. Just don’t despair when you realize you’ve strayed from your goals. It took you a lifetime to achieve your current weight, and it will take time to achieve your new weight and size goal.
Source: How to Eat Healthy
Eating healthy is an important step to feeling great and having a strong, healthy body. This wikiHow will show you various ways in which to eat healthy.
- Eat complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains and leafy green vegetables. More ↓
- Make lean protein 10-35% of your calories.
- Minimize trans fats, saturated fats, alcohol, and fast food. ↓
- Moderate your salt intake.
- Make healthy but easy changes, such as replacing sugary drinks with water.↓
- Approach food with a healthy mindset. Come up with a diet plan that doesn’t involve skipping meals.
Choosing a Healthy Diet
- 1Choose the right carbohydrates. Simple carbs, like raw sugar or corn syrup, are quickly absorbed by the body’s digestive system. This causes a kind of carb overload, and your body releases huge amounts of insulin, to combat the overload. Eat these in moderation. Complex carbs, on the other hand, are slowly digested and absorbed by the body because they have at least three sugar molecules. They include whole-grain flour, hearty vegetables, oats, and unprocessed grains, like brown rice. These foods are usually higher in vitamins and other nutrients that are beneficial for the body, and they are higher in fiber (which keeps your digestive system running smoothly).
- Consider eating dark leafy greens like kale, collard greens, mustard greens, and Swiss chard. They are packed with nutrients and will fill you up very quickly. Create a simple sauté with olive oil, garlic, and a little salt and pepper, which will be surprisingly tasty meal as well as a nutritious one.
- Choose wheat (brown) bread instead of white bread and whole wheat pasta instead of “normal” pasta. Processed carbohydrates, such as those found in white bread, do not have many of nutrients or the fiber found in whole grains. Plain oatmeal is also very healthy for you.
- 2Eat lean, mean protein. Aim to get between 10% and 35% of your daily calories from protein.Protein helps you build muscle and gives you a steady supply of energy throughout the day. Some examples of healthy proteins include:
- Lean fish such as flounder, sole, cod, bass, perch, and halibut.
- Lean poultry such as chicken or duck breast.
- Legumes like beans and soy products (e.g. edamame and tofu).
- Nuts like cashews.
- 3Know the difference between good fat and bad fat. You need to consume fat for your body to function correctly. However, it’s important to choose the right kind of fats. Here’s a quick primer.
- Monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids are good fats, which you should try to consume regularly. They help lower the “bad cholesterol” in your body by raising “good cholesterol”. Foods that are high in fatty acids are olive oil, nuts, fish oil, and various seed oils. Adding these “good” fats to your weekly diet can lower your cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease.
- Avoid trans fats and saturated fats. Trans fats, also known as partially hydrogenated oils, are a form of unsaturated fat commonly found in processed foods. Consuming them raises your risk of heart disease. Read the labels of what you eat, and look for “hydrogenated” anything on the ingredient list.
- 4Stock up on superfoods. So-called superfoods may have a misleading title, but some truly are cut above. Superfoods may have the ability to fight heart disease, stave off cancer, lower cholesterol, and even boost your mood. Here are just few of them:
- Blueberries. Blueberries may facilitate brain health. If you don’t have access to blueberries, then try fresh berries, raspberries, or cranberries.
- Algae. It may not sound appetizing, but when you read the list of health benefits you may think again. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, as well as beneficial in managing natural flora in the gut.
- Salmon. Another creature of the sea makes the list, and for good reason. Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a good type of fat. Omega-3 fats are good for blood pressure, brain function, and heart health.
- Cranberries. These red berries contain quercetin, a natural antioxidant, are low in sugar and are a good source of Vitamin C which is used for the growth and repair of tissue all over the body.
- 6Practice moderation. Don’t over-consume any one food or type of food. Instead, try to vary your diet so that you eat a little bit of everything in a moderate amount.
- Some people might be great at giving up meat, sugar, alcohol, or other foods. However, most of us are likely to give it up for a while, then break down and binge. Avoid this deprivation-binge cycle by allowing yourself to have small “cheats”. For instance, if you want to eat less sugar, allow yourself to eat one dessert each Friday night and abstain for the rest of the week. Having a break to look forward, which can help your will power through the other days.
Making Easy but Healthy Decisions
1Drink plenty of water. Staying hydrated with basic H2O is an easy and dramatic way to improve your health. Drinking enough water can also help with weight loss by keeping your stomach feeling full. Drink water before, during and after a meal to aid digestion.
- If you feel like snacking, try drinking a full glass of water first. If you’re still hungry 15 minutes after your drink, then it’s time for a snack.
- Carry water with you so you can easily pick it up when you’re thirsty.
2Avoid sugary drinks. These include soft drinks, juices, sports and energy drinks, as well as other products containing artificial sweeteners. Giving up sugary drinks is one of the easiest ways you can instantly improve your diet and become healthier. A white chocolate crème frappuccino has whopping 500 calories. While it’s okay to treat yourself with these and other drinks every once in a while, it’s not a good idea to make them a regular part of your diet.
3Consider participating in Meatless Mondays. Meatless Monday is an international campaign that encourages people to give up eating meat one day per week. Eating less meat can have several health benefits, as most people already have enough protein in their diets.
4Stay away from fast food. As we all know fast food is bad for our health, yet it continues to remain a weekly staple for too many people. For one, fast food is often fried, processed, and excessively salty. Add soft drinks and fries and your meal could easily burn through half of your suggested caloric intake for the day. To add insult to injury, much of the fat contained in fast food is trans fat, the worst kind of fat.
5Reduce your alcohol intake. Excessive alcohol consumption makes you gain weight and is hard for the liver to process leading to a host of preventable diseases. Drinking in moderation is key, if you do consume alcohol, consider drink a glass of wine or beer with your meal as opposed to multiple drinks at a bar.
- Red wine, in particular, contains polyphenol, called resveratrol that scientists believe is particularly heart-healthy. Resveratrol improves the function of blood vessels in the heart and curbs the amount of “bad” cholesterol in your body.
- Are you pregnant and worried about drinking? Doctors recommend expectant mothers to abstain from alcohol.
Changing Your Mindset
1Adopt a healthy attitude towards food. Take a hard look at your eating habits. Do you eat more when you feel stressed?Do you withhold food from yourself in order to feel like you’re in control? Try to evaluate whether you have an unhealthy emotional attachment to food. If you do, here are few steps to consider:
- Find a healthier replacement. If you find that you tend to gorge on unhealthy foods when you’re stressed, find a substitute activity — for instance, you could instead go for a walk, take a long bath, or call a trusted friend for a chat. Whatever you choose, it should be something that helps you to decompress, so that you no longer feel the need to binge.
- See food as sustenance. A lot of Western culture is rife with messages that food is for entertainment or for relieving boredom. Break yourself of this cognitive habit by consciously evaluating food in terms of what it can do to keep your body healthy. Ask yourself if what you’re about to put in your mouth is good for you, and if it will help your body function as it was designed to.
- Consult a medical professional. Eating disorders are classified as mental illnesses, and you can’t always just talk yourself into stopping destructive behaviors. If you suspect that you have an eating disorder (whether it’s over- or under-eating), ask your general practitioner to refer you the appropriate care.
2Determine how many calories your body needs to function each day. This number can vary widely, depending upon your metabolism and how physically active you are. As a rule, the more muscle mass you have, the more calories you need to consume and to function properly. Otherwise, your body will start breaking down muscle tissue for energy.
- If you’re the kind of person who puts on 10 pounds just smelling a slice of pizza, then your daily caloric intake should stay around 2000 calories for men, and 1500 calories for women. Your body mass also plays a part in this — more calories are suitable for naturally bigger people, and fewer calories for smaller people.
- If you’re the kind of person who can eat without putting on a pound, or you’re physically active, you may want to increase your daily caloric intake by 1000-2000 calories, a little less for women.
3Don’t skip breakfast. Many people do this because they think they can drop pound, or they just don’t feel hungry in the morning. Although the scientific evidence is still inconclusive there are several reasons why you might not want to skip what many people believe is the “most important meal of the day”.
- Eating breakfast gets your metabolism going and keeps it active throughout the morning. This will keep you energized throughout the morning.
- Skipping breakfast might leave you famished by lunch, causing you to binge as a way to compensate.
- A small breakfast is better than no breakfast. If you don’t feel up to a full meal, at least drink some water and eat a piece of fruit, a granola bar, or a piece of toast. Get more nutritious bang for your buck by eating a breakfast smoothie.
- Avoid skipping breakfast at the day of an important exam, job interview, or other critical event, where you may be distracted by your hunger or not have enough energy for your brain to work to its full potential.
4Eat slowly. Have you ever gorged on a huge meal and felt fine immediately after, but felt like exploding 15 minutes later? This happens because it takes some time for your stomach to tell your brain that it’s full. Circumvent the problem by consuming your food slower. That way, by the time you get the message and start feeling satisfied, you haven’t consumed extra food.
- Slow yourself down by waiting 5 or 10 minutes between each course. Chew each bite thoroughly
- Drink a full glass of water throughout your meal. Stopping for sips will slow your eating, as well as help you feel more full.
- Put your fork down between bites. This is a physical reminder to finish the food in your mouth before taking another bite.
5Eat five times per day. You may consider eating three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), with two snacks in between. Doing this allows you to eat slightly less at your meals, giving your body a more manageable amount of food to digest, and keeps your blood sugar at a consistent level throughout the day.
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