Tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson, 45, who has already become famous after saying he spends $2 million a year to rejuvenate himself, set out to feel like he was 18 again, and in that sense he created an extreme and expensive routine, hoping he would achieve his goal.
Bryan Johnson spends $2 million a year on the intensive regimen, known as “Project Blueprint,” which, among other things, included blood transfusions from his teenage son and more than 100 daily “protocols,” including dozens of supplements, dinner at 11:00 am and bedtime 8:30 pm.
The billionaire recently shared more details about his daily habits during Fortune magazine’s annual technology conference. He also said then that he is not at all tempted to deviate from his goals, not even when it comes to pizza or doughnuts.
“It really makes me sick to think about it”he said, according to Insider.
Johnson’s daily routine involves:
- waking up around 5 am,
- measuring body fat and muscle mass,
- drink a pre-workout smoothie and take over 60 supplements, including creatine,
- an hour in the gym, with cardio and weight training,
- breakfast with “super vegetables”,
- state-of-the-art therapies such as red light and ultrasound therapy,
- a second meal that includes nuts and 40 more supplements,
- the third and last meal of the day no later than 11 am,
- he works from 9:00 to 18:00, then spends two and a half hours with his family, relaxing, taking care of his skin and teeth,
- goes to bed at 8:30 p.m.
Johnson’s routine is very complex and expensive, but he is not the only one who is trying, or has tried, to turn back time. Doctor Mark Hyman, 63, said he has the health of a 43-year-old man thanks to healthy habits he has adopted as he gets older, such as a daily smoothie, exercise and reducing stress.
Many people are concerned with discovering the fountain of eternal youth, but so far there is no clear evidence that there is anything that might work. It is true, however, that a healthy diet and regular exercise can help prevent disease and age-related conditions.
Editor : D.C.