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No More Small Balls: How to Grow Bigger Testicles

I’m about to blow your mind. The video below is a bit controversial, but it’s got some really important lessons. You might have heard that bacteria and probiotics are the essence of life. Without them, you would actually die pretty early. In contrast, keeping a healthy gut flora allows you to flourish.

The body is made up of about 10 trillion human cells. Not only that, but we also have 100 trillion bacterial cells. So, technically, you're 90 percent bacteria, which is a little known fact. There are actually more bacterial cells in your body than there are stars in our galaxy!


With that in mind, you probably get why having healthy bacterial flora is vital for your overall longevity.

Can Certain Bacteria Really Make You Resistant to Stress?

The first thing that I want to show you is a very controversial study that I came across when I studying neuroscience at Duke. It was conducted by a neuroscientist named John Cryan of University College Cork in Ireland. He tested the stress response of mice put into a certain situation when he fed them certain bacteria. He took two groups of mice. In one group, he didn’t feed them anything as the control group. The other group, he fed a probiotic strain known as lactobacillus rhamnosus.

Cryan had a hunch that this bacteria would help with stress response. He threw them into buckets of water and measured their latency to give up and drown. There was no way for either group to get out of the bucket.

What he noticed was extremely interesting. The control group that didn’t have any probiotics would give up. Their stress response was so high, they would swim around in circles and then gave up in about four minutes, at which point he'd save them (he didn't let them die).

But the group that he fed the lactobacillus rhamnosus to would NOT stop swimming. They wouldn't give up. They would just keep on swimming, keep on swimming. Cryan measured the cortisol levels of both groups after this test and found that the control group had 100 times higher cortisol levels than the lactobacillus rhamnosus group.

This Is Where Things Get Controversial

As a second test, John Cryan severed the vagus nerve of the lactobacillus rhamnosus group and replicated the experiment. He found that they now acted exactly like the control group. This meant that there was communication between the gut and the brain to lower cortisol levels. And all you needed was this one strain of bacteria.

We as humans have similar biologies. We have vagus nerves and the GABA receptors in our brain to communicate with our gut and this bacteria.

READ MORE: This Bacteria Lives in Your Groceries and Stops Disease in Its Tracks

Can Certain Bacteria Increase Your Testicle Size?

A certain strain of bacteria called lactobacillus reuteri will help you grow bigger testicles. In a 2014 study, using male Wistar rats, researchers found that when fed lactobacillus reuteri, the group outperformed the control group on a ton of different biomarkers. These included:
  • Age-related testicular shrinkage prevention
  • Increased testicular size
  • Increased testicular weight
  • Higher testosterone levels
  • Enhanced social domination
  • Increased activity of the hypothalamic pituitary testis axis (HPTA)
  • Increased sperm motility, quality and quantity
  • Enhanced LH and FSH signaling

How to Get Bigger Balls: Get This Incredible Bacteria

Now, you’re probably thinking how I was thinking the first time I saw these studies:
  • Where can I get some probiotics?
  • What’s the best way to get the right bacteria, especially these specific ones that are great for men?
  • Can I get this in a supplement?

Thankfully, we live in an age where all of this is easily attainable.

READ MORE: Probiotics for Weight Loss: Does Gut Bacteria Contribute to a Slimmer Waistline?

In terms of your diet, a great way to get probiotics in your diet is fermented food. These foods include:

  • Sauerkraut or sauerkraut juice (the liquid holds a lot of the bacteria)
  • Yogurt (organic, sugar-free)
  • Kefir
  • Fermented cheese
  • Pickles
  • Kombucha
  • Fermented fish
  • Lassi (Indian yogurt)

Likewise, you can use supplementation to get these strains of bacteria into your gut.




The Easiest Way To Get These Bacteria

Sadly, some people really don't like to eat fermented foods because they taste weird. Luckily, there's another option.

Floracil50 has all of the right bacteria that supports your health, including male hormonal health. It includes both lactobacillus rhamnosus and lactobacillus reuteri, which will lead to bigger testicles and less cortisol.

READ MORE: Why the Ingredients in Floracil50 Are Among the Highest Quality Probiotic Bacteria Strains Available

Every single capsule of Floracil50 has 50 billion live organisms in it. By taking one serving daily, you’re feeding yourself 50 billion live cultures. Plus, you'll help keep all of your male hormones in check, lower cortisol levels and improve your sperm and sexual health biomarkers.

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