Tech billionaire spends 2 million USD a year to bring his body back to 18 years old
- Tram Ho
Novak Djokovic, a 35-year-old tennis player, sometimes soaks in an egg-shaped high-pressure chamber to enrich the blood with oxygen and often drinks glasses of water that has been purified with positive thinking. Tom Brady, 45-year-old American football quarterback, often uses supplements that are said to have high anti-aging abilities. LeBron James, 38-year-old basketball player, is said to spend $1.5 million a year keeping his body resistant to the changes of time. While most of their contemporaries have retired, all three of these elite athletes are still creating feats of fitness.
But in the field of modern health sciences, they are amateurs compared to Bryan Johnson.
Although he is 45 years old, but according to a recent report, test results show that this man has the heart of a 37-year-old man and the lungs of a young man.
Johnson is a biotech entrepreneur who hopes to overcome nature’s aging process and have the organs and health of an 18-year-old. To achieve them, he will have to undergo an intense data-driven testing program called Project Blueprint.
According to a recent Bloomberg report, Johnson may be spending as much as $2 million on his body every year. That money seems to be worth it, as early glimpses are suggesting he may be on the right track to unlocking the secret of age-reversal.
Test results from doctors showed Johnson had the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old and the lung capacity of an 18-year-old, Bloomberg reported.
The Project Blueprint program is led by Oliver Zolman, a 29-year-old doctor who calls himself a “rejuvenation doctor” and is supported by a team of more than 30 exceptional medical professionals.
While still in beta and constantly being tweaked, this health plan includes a daily diet with carefully selected supplements, meals and exercise times. kidneys and a series of ongoing physical tests.
For example, Johnson’s 5 a.m. meal begins with more than 20 supplements purported to offer a host of health benefits: lycopene, metformin, turmeric, zinc… And for brain health, a healthy dose Small lithium is also listed in the list.
His meals are a mix of hard and soft foods, vegan and limited to 1,977 calories per day. He also exercises daily, with three high-intensity workouts a week, and undergoes monthly blood tests, magnetic resonance imaging and endoscopy.
“What I’m doing may sound extreme, but I’m trying to prove that self-harm and breakdown is not inevitable,” Johnson said.
All of his efforts in 2021 have resulted in what Johnson claims is to reverse biological age by 5.1 years, a world record.
In some aspects of his health, he even showed signs of being younger for his age. Doctors say he suffers from gingivitis as a 17-year-old, and a nighttime erection monitor shows Johnson’s “that” resembles that of a teenager.
Johnson also hopes his story will encourage others to follow and join the show, by turning the relentless pursuit of youth into a contest.
He recently started a website called the Youth Olympics, which displays a ranking of 1,750 people around the world fighting against aging.
And of course, Johnson is currently in first place.
See Bloomberg, BI
Source : Genk