Millionaire Bryan Johnson Puts Anti-aging Secret On Sale For Rs 28,000

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Updated on Apr 02, 2024, 17:39 IST
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Tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson, a millionaire at 46, claims he has reversed his age by 5.1 years and is now offering a part of his anti-aging secret for sale. He attributes his age reversal to his rigorous program called Project Blueprint, which involves a unique diet and over 100 daily supplements.

According to a Hindustan Times report, Johnson invests $2 million annually in the Project Blueprint regimen, consuming over 100 vitamins daily along with strict dietary practices. He is now making a portion of his strict nutritional routine available for interested buyers.

The "Blueprint stack," a key component of Project Blueprint, is now on the market. This stack includes a drink mix, protein, 8 tablets, snake oil, 67 potent medicines, and 400 calories. It has undergone more than 1,000 clinical experiments and Johnson claims it is supported by research. It is priced at $343 (approximately Rs 28,000) for a month's supply, less than the cost of fast food according to Johnson, who likened it to "second only to Mother’s milk."

Johnson recommends replacing 400 calories from one's existing diet with the Blueprint stack. It is not intended to replace meals entirely but to supplement any nutritional gaps.

A former Silicon Valley executive known for his interest in anti-aging, Johnson asserts significant improvements in his health indicators through Project Blueprint, which involves a specific diet, medical supervision, therapies, and physical activities.

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The product is available for delivery in 23 countries including the United States, Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Australia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, the UAE, Portugal, Spain, Singapore, and the United Kingdom.

It's crucial to note that scientific consensus regarding the effectiveness of Project Blueprint is lacking, and the substantial cost of $2 million per year for anti-aging therapy is likely beyond the means of most individuals.

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