A 45-year-old biotech CEO may have reduced his biological age by at least 5 years through a rigorous medical program that can cost up to  million a year, Bloomberg reported

A 45-year-old biotech CEO may have reduced his biological age by at least 5 years through a rigorous medical program that can cost up to $2 million a year, Bloomberg reported

A 45-year-old biotech CEO may have reduced his biological age by at least 5 years through a rigorous medical program that can cost up to  million a year, Bloomberg reported

Brian Johnson

Bryan Johnson, a 45-year-old biotech founder, hopes to turn his body clock back a few decades through a program he started, Project Blueprint.Courtesy of Dustin Giallanza

  • Bryan Johnson, a biotech founder, aims to get the body of an 18-year-old girl, Bloomberg reported.

  • He and a team of experts launched 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 years old but, according to a new report, his 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 game nature’s aging process and have the organs and health of an 18-year-old by going through an intense data-driven experimental program called Project Blueprint.

According to a recent Bloomberg profile of the CEO, Johnson could spend as much as $2 million on his body this year, and there are early signs that he may be well on his way to unlocking the secret to age reversal.

Test results from doctors 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 Zollman, a 29-year-old doctor who calls himself a “resuscitation doctor,” and is supported by a team of more than 30 health experts, according to the report.

While still in its experimental stage and constantly evolving, the health program consists of an intense daily schedule of carefully selected supplements, meals, exercise and a series of physical examinations.

For example, Johnson’s 5 mornings start 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 others.

His meals, a mix of solid and soft foods, are vegan and limited to 1,977 calories a day. He works out daily, with three high-intensity workouts a week, and has blood tests, MRIs and colonoscopies every month, Bloomberg reported.

“What I’m doing may sound extreme, but I’m trying to prove that self-harm and wear and tear are not inevitable,” Johnson told the report.

All of his efforts in 2021 amounted to what Johnson claims was a 5.1-year-old global epigenetic reversal.

In some aspects of his health, he has shown even younger signs of age. Doctors say he has the gingivitis of a 17-year-old, and a device that monitors the rhythm of Johnson’s nightly erections looks like a teenager’s, Bloomberg reported.

Johnson also hopes to encourage others to follow his data- and medicine-based program by turning his relentless pursuit of youthfulness into a competition.

Recently, he launched a website called the Rejuventaiton Olympics, which displays an “epigenetic leaderboard,” ranking the world’s 1,750 people fighting against Father Time.

Johnson is currently in first place.

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