Bryan Johnson, a biotech founder, aims to have the body of an 18-year-old, Bloomberg reported.
He and a team of experts started a program called Project Blueprint to unlock the key to aging.
Test results show Johnson has the heart of a 37-year-old, according to the report.
Bryan Johnson is 45 but, according to a new report, test results show he has the heart of a 37-year-old and the lungs of a young adult.
Johnson is a biotech entrepreneur who hopes to play with nature’s aging course and have the organs and health of an 18-year-old through an intense data-driven experimental program he’s called Project Blueprint.
Johnson could spend up to $2 million on his body this year, according to a recent Bloomberg profile of the CEO, and there are early glimpses showing he may be on his way to unlocking the age-reversal secret.
Doctors’ test results suggest Johnson has the heart of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old and the lung capacity of an 18-year-old, Bloomberg’s Ashlee Vance reported.
The program is led by Oliver Zolman, a 29-year-old doctor who calls himself the “doctor of rejuvenation,” and is supported by a team of more than 30 health experts, according to the report.
While still in its experimental stage and constantly being optimized, the health program consists of an intense daily regimen of supplements, meals, exercises and a series of carefully selected body tests.
Johnson’s 5 a.m., for example, starts with two dozen supplements for all sorts of purported health benefits: lycopene, metformin, turmeric, zinc, and, for brain health, a small dose of lithium, among the other.
Her meals, a mix of solid and soft foods, are vegan and limited to 1,977 calories per day. She exercises daily, with three high-intensity workouts a week, and gets blood tests, MRIs and colonoscopies every month, Bloomberg reported.
“What I do may sound extreme, but I’m trying to show that self-harm and decay aren’t inevitable,” Johnson told the outlet.
All of his efforts in 2021 equaled what Johnson claims is a world record epigenetic age reversal of 5.1 years.
In some aspects of her health, she showed even younger signs of age. Doctors say she has the gum disease of a 17-year-old and a device that tracks Johnson’s nightly rate of erections is like a teenager’s, Bloomberg reported.
Johnson also hopes to encourage others to follow his data- and medically-driven agenda by turning his relentless pursuit of youth into a competition.
Recently, he started a website called Rejuventaiton Olympics, which displays an “epigenetic ranking,” ranking the 1,750 people around the world who are fighting Father Time.
Johnson is currently in first place.
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