The 45-year-old CEO’s strict anti-aging route from diet to exercise
In a recent time Luck interviewTechnology CEO Byran Johnson — whose $2 million reverse aging treatment regimen has caught the attention of the internet — says he wants to live long to enjoy more of what life has to offer .
“I love life,” says Johnson, whose rigorous medical interventions have given him the heart health of a 37-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old and the lung capacity of an 18-year-old. , according to his team. of doctors. “If we can amazingly demonstrate that aging can be slowed and reversed, it will change everything for humanity.”
He added: “Am I afraid of death? ARE NOT.”
A few years ago, Johnson said he learned to fly and received his license to fly.
He said: “I was amazed at the autopilot capabilities of the plane. “I wondered if I could build an autopilot for me and my body.” To do that, he put his faith in medicine and technology.
Bryan Johnson’s Daily Routine
His passion has led him to adhere to a rigorous approach to the goal of reversing aging with the help of a team of 30 people ranging from nutritionists to MRI specialists. He undergoes daily body fat scans, routine and routine magnetic resonance imaging, invasive blood and stool sample tests to see the biological age of his organs.
He has 100 different protocols embedded in his day, he said. Johnson consumes exactly 1,977 calories a day and more than 70 pounds of vegetables a month. His breakfast is the standard combination of broccoli, cauliflower, black lentils, mushrooms, garlic, and ginger, followed by a “chestnut pudding” meal with nuts and berries, and final meal of vegetables, berries, nuts and seeds (plus 15 grams of 100% dark chocolate and 30 milliliters of extra virgin olive oil). He admitted to drinking all three ounces of red wine a day he used to drink to meet the metrics.
Waking up at 4:30 every morning, Johnson completes 35 different workouts and grabs a list of supplements. It’s all part of his Blueprint Project, where he measures the health of his organs to determine his aging rate. He said he plans to continue the regimen forever.
‘A walking test’
But the data and effect of his efforts on his biological age are preliminary.
While aging and longevity experts find Johnson’s commitment appealing, they say it raises concerns about the level of discipline and money required to maintain the habit — not to mention, Limited science is available to support his selections.
In many ways, he is “a walking experiment,” said Dan Buettner, longevity expert and founder of Blue Zones LLCsaid before Luck. He added that he still “deserve attention,” although the results a decade from now will be more effective.
“I applaud anyone who tries to use science to live longer…in the end, there will be an intervention that represents a leap in longevity,” he said. “I don’t think it’s here.”
But the uncertainty about whether Johnson’s approach will be successful doesn’t seem to bother him. “Is the fountain of youth here hiding in tens of thousands of scientific publications and real hard work?” he says.
The rich CEO is not afraid to be a guinea pig.
“Let’s play an endless game together,” he said Luck. “None of this is rooted in fear; it all comes down to an absolute joy in life and a belief that great things await us in the next evolution.”