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Anti- aging: Week 5

Updated on July 20, 2013

Age reversal week 5


NOTE: Before beginning this step, it is assumed that you have read the guide for anti-aging. If you have not, I recommend that you read it now by clicking here.

Four weeks down the trail! By now you should feel and act like a younger version of that person you were 28 days ago. Perhaps people have commented that there is something different about you, but they just don't know what it is. Perhaps its that gleam in your eye, a bounce in your step, a willingness to engage in activities, or it may be that you seem to smile more. Whatever the changes, they are there. You may or may not see them because you are with yourself daily and the gradual changes may have crept up on you.

Until now, our efforts have been on making you younger on the inside. Our next step is to protect what we have accomplished by boosting the immune system with Dihydroepiandrostenone (DHEA). This hormone is usually produced by the adrenal glands and is the most common hormone in the human body. It not only enhances immune function and can be converted into other hormones as needed, it also can give you shinier hair and healthier looking skin.

To read more about this hormone click here.

DHEA can be acquired in paharmacies, weight lifting dietary supply outlets and the internet. It is very inexpensive and plentiful. You can by it in 25,50, and 100 mg doses readily. I recommend the 50 mg. tablets so that you can easily get a 200 mg dose per day. Take 2 tablets in the morning, one at midday, and another one at bedtime, along with the other hormones from the previous weeks.

By the end of the week, your energy levels should be good, you should have color in your cheeks, and the world should be your oyster. Your resistence to illness should drop and you should begin to feel many of the benifits outlined in my blog on DHEA.

If you notice any adverse effects, stop taking the DHEA immediately.


At this point you are taking:
Melatonin at bedtime
HGH at bedtime
Tribulus Terrestris in the morning and at bedtime.
Pregnenolone at bedtime
DHEA 100 mg morning
50 mg midday
50 mg bedtime

Please leave you initials, age, sex and weight in the comment box below, as well as your goals and any comments about how you feel at this point in the program.

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