Dr Sofra et al 53–64 adopted a London University invention, completed in 2008 by G. Pollock, an electronics engineer, on the basis of his combined research with D. Gilbert, a molecular biology London University professor after 30 years of empirical research. The technology features a proprietary formula that synthesizes and regulates the complex waveforms which generate the sensation of a multi-exercise regimen, experienced as fast-paced or slow/resistance physical training. This 16-channel technology is hand-made, analogue to offer a series of voltage-driven, unlimited resolution waveform composites that produce 1000 full body musculature contractions per hour, each sustained for 8-10 seconds, with 2-secs rest time. An examination of all her studies found a combined average adipose tissue decrease of 47.81% that was statistically significant on all samples examined. She also found an overall muscle mass increase of 49.5% which was also statistically significant across all samples provided. Sofra also reported statistically significant changes in several other health variables that included optimal levels of C-reactive protein that decreased by an average of -36.87% as well as cortisol levels that decreased by -17.47% to be within the normal range. HDL showed an average normalized increase of 22.84% and Triglycerides a 40.84% decrease, while the visceral adipose tissue indicated a significant decrease of 33.41%. Free T3 was increased by 27% and testosterone increased by 50.04%. All these values were statistically significant and within the normal range. Sofra reported that this effortless exercise method improved liver health as determined by the sonography reports of patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease; this result was accompanied by an optimal decrease of creatinine by -19.67% and bilirubin by -12.33% -- both of which were previously abnormally high. ALT (alanine aminotransferase), AST (aspartate aminotransferase) and ALP (alkaline phosphatase) were optimally decreased by -24.83%, -30.407%. and -14.529% respectively. One of the most important contributions of this line of research is to emphasize the reduction of inflammation. Inflammation can disorganise hormonal balance and accelerate ageing which is usually accompanied by health deterioration and the development of several ageing-associated diseases.65