22 Pills a Day, $20,000 Yearly. All To Get His Youth Back
One Man's Story Of Living Age-Nostic
Everyday, Michael Hogg ingests 22 drugs, hormones, pills and potions (at a cost of over $20,000 a year) in an effort to claw back his lost youth. Now he’s written a book so you can do it too.
He’s been nicknamed, the “Peter Pan Man”, and appropriately so, as independent medical tests show that, although he is now 53, Michael’s medical age and vital signs are that of a 30 to 35 year old man.
He has cracked the code on anti-aging for men and has finally decided to tell his story.
38, drinking heavily and depressed, his marriage hanging on by a thread and his career basically over, Michael was on a path to nowhere and he was getting there fast. Determined to start fresh, he set out on a personal journey to recapture his lost youth and vitality. Already a big advocate of anti-aging medicine, he spent the next ten years trying every anti-aging treatment known to man from human growth hormones and testosterone replacement therapy to a cocktail of aggressive vitamins and exercise regimes, working and learning from some of the top medical professionals in the world.
Michael has discovered a renewed zest for life and energy that he hadn’t known since his 20s, and in telling his story through his new book, The Age-Nostic Man: The Secrets of Anti-Ageing for Men, he hopes men like him will be inspired to take charge of their own health and vitality, no matter their age. Michael decided to pursue his passion in anti-aging even further and is starting up Gen-a – a company offering a range of age-nostic health solutions geared to men.
Michael claims some benefits are:
• How hormones have such a dramatic effect on the aging process and how the decline in levels in our bodies can dramatically affect our mood, sex life and general wellbeing. You will learn how topping off these hormone levels will give you back the vitality of your earlier years.
• How depression and other similar mental conditions can be eased and avoided through supplements, lifestyle changes and diet. In many cases, they can be avoided altogether if the signs are picked up early enough.
• How men can become more in tune with what their body and mind are saying. Far too many people start looking into anti-aging medicine after a meltdown or major negative event.
• How to improve your sex life and get back the intimate experiences you thought had abandoned you.
• A new way to lose weight and keep it off, which, in turn, will take years off your appearance, as well as restore confidence and a sense of well-being.
• Supplements that could help to strengthen your mood, vitality and energy.
• How groundbreaking stem cell technology, vitamin drips and injections, which have been enjoyed by Asian men for years, might help you.