Date Systolic Diastolic Pulse Comments
11-20-11 135 92 82 Hypertensive, diet change, no help. Bad knees, couldn't run
1-5-12 123 82 91 Taking Time Machine. Pulse high, not sure why
1-11-12 118 78 86 Excellent results, pulse still high.
1-18-12 125 74 61 Feeling good, breathing good
1-23-12 124 77 57  
1-26-12 112 74 66  
2-1-12 117 79 56 Continuing with the Time Machine (evolving formula)
2-5-12 110 78 56  
2-5-12 111 78 62  
4-15-12 111 73 50  
4-29-12 111 73 50  
8-28-12 115 72 53  
1-13-13 115 75 54 Good results have lasted one year so far.
8-25-13 104 64 50  
10-11-13 106 62 57  
12-7-13 106 65 50

Couldn't be happier. Will continue with Time Machine

3-1-14 102 68 50 Random check
5-25-14 100 67 56 Random check
9-15-14 109 65 47 Random check
2-26-15 107 59 50 Random check
Turning 43, something is wrong

• Pulled an ankle tendon playing raquetball, lots of swelling

• Experiencing dry skin and skin splitting on fingers on right hand from holding tennis racquet

• Diagnosed as needing knee replacement surgery by Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Riverside CA.

• Weight around 220 lbs. (gained more fat).

• Getting weaker but could still manage 10 pullups

• High blood pressure at 135/95, resting pulse 75-80

• Height around 74.125" (lost 3/8")

• Arthritis type of joint pains throughout body, especially in legs

• Realized the bad health direction and that it was only going to get worse over time.

I realized all the issues were related hormone decline

• Embarked on a massive level of research regarding the human endorcrine system

• Began putting the Time Machine formula together, testing and evolving it.

Turning 52, there is hope!

• Knees feeling pretty good. Went back into the gym and lunged 405 lbs, pain free. Very excited

• Weight dropped to 212, getting stronger

• Curled 90 lb dumbells just to illustrate how strong the tendons were getting.

• No more connective tissue problems. Skin not splitting, no tendon issues

• Did 22 pullups at age 53

• Lunged 485 lbs. pain free, then later lunged 500 lbs

• Increase height to 74.5" (gained back 3/8"!!)

• Arthritis pains gone

• Blood pressure now 108/68, resting pulse 47-54

• Very happy about this new direction in health

• Released formula to others for feedback and further refinement (big new development team!)

• Time Machine very refined now

• Did 26 pullups

• Weight now 202 lbs.

• Feeling excellent, like a 30 year old, indestructable!

• Playing tennis, racquetball, riding motorcycles, camping, hiking, no limits!

The biggest lesson that has been learned is that healthy levels of testosterone, growth hormone and IGF-1 are absolutely required for optimal health. When these hormones decline, there is a cascade of aging issues that will plague us, until we succumb to death.

Now we know that we can increase these hormones substantially by using natural food extracts. The improvements in health are broad and excellent.

Since the decline in those hormones is linked to the top three killers, heart disease, cancer and dementia, we can assume that by keeping our hormones up, we can reduce the risk of these pathologies.

Experiences of primary creator Louis Carroll. This is how it started:
Now, the only question is: how much longer can we live? Can we go to 120,..maybe 150? There is only one way to find out. Join us, get on the Time Machine, and go the distance.
Let us shatter the typical 80 year barrier!
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• Ruptured a disc in the lower back, which required a surgery to correct

• Slowing gaining fat

• Strength declining slowly, despite eating healthy, and exercising

• Knee pain put an end to working out with legs

• Weight around 212 lbs.

• Blood pressure around 120/80

• Height around 74.5"

• Wondering why my connective tissue is degrading over time

Turning 54, we're definitely onto something!
Turning 55, I definitely went back in time!
I had to do this, my life depended on it...
Turning 50, I see where this is going