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The Rapamycin & mTOR story

Finally, something genuinely anti-aging and groundbreaking!


Have you heard about Rapamycin?

If not, then you should!

  • There is a protein in your cells that is called mTOR.

  • mTOR stops the elimination of damaged and aged parts of the cell. Now, these parts accumulate and cause aging at the cellular level, which translates to aging at the clinical level, seen as cancer, dementia, heart disease, and arthritis, which are the diseases we get with aging.  

  • Therefore, too much mTOR activity is NOT good, as it accelerates aging.

  • mTOR is activated by overeating and anabolic steroids, among many other factors.

  • mTOR is blocked by a drug called Rapamycin.


We have known about the benefits of Rapamycin for a long time, guys!

However, we have not made it available because long-term daily intake of Rapamycin has unacceptable adverse effects.


Now, for the first time, we discover that a short course of intermittently dosed Rapamycin may be enough for long-lasting and permanent anti-aging effects. This means we can obtain Rapamycin's benefits without the side effects.

So, who is a candidate for Rapamycin?

  • Any man or woman under the age of 65.

  • People who are struggling with obesity.  

  • Any man who has used high doses of anabolic steroids, especially veterinary non-bioidentical steroids such as “Tren” or “Equipoise.”

  • Any man who has used high doses of Human Growth Hormone (HGH).


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So, what is the connection with colon cancer?

Did you know that 1 in 5 new cases of colon cancer occurs in those who are under the age of 55? Another way of describing this is that 20% of new colon cancer cases are in patients younger than 55, which is twice as much as it used to be in 1995 when it was 10%. Also, at the time of diagnosis, a higher percentage of these cases are advanced compared to the early 2000s. Colon cancer--like other cancers--is an age-related disease at the molecular level. Seeing this at a higher rate among younger people is alarming, as it denotes an accelerated molecular aging process among Americans, regardless of what they look like on the outside. 

Rapamycin allows the colon to eliminate damaged cells and genes known to cause colon cancer. Therefore, a short course of Rapamycin is hugely beneficial in preventing colon cancer. The groundbreaking study on which I based my Rapamycin regimen specifically reports the anti-cancer benefits in the colon.


So, what is the connection with anabolic steroids?


The heart is a muscle, so just like your biceps and quads, it is a target tissue for anabolic steroids. As such, protein building occurs in the heart and the other muscles of the body. At physiologic doses, testosterone is not only safe but seems to have a positive effect on heart strength and function.

But at high doses--or with the use of steroids that have a high anabolic-androgenic ratio, such as black-market veterinary steroids like “Tren” or “Equipoise” and even “Deca”--it induces pathological cardiac muscle changes through excessive mTOR activation. These pathologic changes may cause abnormal fatal rhythms in the heart, even long after you stop using high doses of anabolic steroids. The higher the dose of anabolic steroids, the longer you have been on them, the more potent, the more veterinary, the more mTOR activity!

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What's the price?

$380/Yearly course of therapy!

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