Bryan Johnson, the entrepreneur who invests millions of dollars to rejuvenate like Benjamin Button
Target eternal youth. to defy the inexorable signs of time this time an American hi-tech mogul decided to try it, Bryan Johnson.
Bryan Jonhson was a tech entrepreneur who lived in stress. Now he has decided to devote himself to a series of treatments with which he wants to reduce the biological age of all his organs.
Johnson, 45, has more than 30 doctors and health experts monitoring his every bodily function. The team, led by 29-year-old regenerative medicine physician Oliver Zolman, is committed to helping reverse the aging process in each of Johnson organs.
Technology mogul Bryan Johnson (45) said he spends $2 million a year to succeed in having a body of a young 18-year-old. Prescribing a strict daily protocol and monitoring the results is a team of 30 specialized doctors.
Who was first Bryan Johnson?
Bryan Johnson was born at Provo, Utah, in the United States on August 22, 1977. In his successful career, he created a payment processing company called Braintree Payment Solutions LLC, which led him to become super rich, but very stressed and tempted to commit suicide, as he explained in an interview.
He then sold the business to EBay Inc. in 2013 for $800 million and changed his life. He founded a venture capital company focused on biotechnology called OS Fund and then, in 2016, a company called Kernel, which makes helmets that analyze brain activity to learn more about the inner workings of the mind.
The Project Blueprint
Now Bryan Johnson 's mission is to restore his organs, including his brain, to the age of 18. He has decided to call the project "Blueprint" and to be a guinea pig for it himself
A personal team
Johnson employs the expertise of regenerative physician Oliver Zolman, who together with a team of about 30 doctors and experts study his body and carry out appropriate experiments.
At present, Johnson 's body shows five years younger, her heart thirty-seven years old, and her skin twenty-eight years old, while the goal of returning to 18 years old would have already been achieved in terms of lung capacity and physical fitness.
As Benjamin Button
Oliver Zolman, specializing in regenerative medicine, is doing everything possible to reverse the aging process of every organ at Johnson. The brain, heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, tendons, teeth, skin, hair, bladder, penis and rectum should be like those of an 18-year-old.
Some "sacrifice" must be made
Johnson to win his personal battle against time, wakes up at 5 a.m., takes about 20 supplements a day, follows a strict vegan diet of exactly 1,977 calories, making sure his body fat levels stay below 6 percent.
A controlled life
Four times a week he trains moderately, while on the remaining three days he increases the intensity. His doctors monitor his body temperature, blood glucose, heart rate, oxygen levels during sleep, and bone weight.
"My goal is to demonstrate through biostatistics a 25 percent reduction in aging in all organs by 2030," explained Johnson to Bloomberg. "It is an extremely difficult and crazy idea."